ATP Challenger Tour at Scotstoun

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ATP Challenger Tour at Scotstoun

It's FREE to come along and watch from 1st Feb.
Missed out on Davis Cup tickets or having withdrawal symptoms after the Australian Open, don’t worry – professional tennis comes to Glasgow next week and it’s never been better….

Scotstoun Leisure Centre hosts the 2015 Scottish Championships, an Aegon Pro-Series Women’s $25k and an ATP Men’s $50k Challenger tournament with qualifying for the men’s main draw starting this Sunday 1st February at 9.30am. 

With more than a dozen players within the world’s top 200, the standard of tennis will be the highest ever at a tournament in Scotland.
Scotland’s 16 year old Ewan Moore, currently in sizzling from on the ITF junior European circuit, has been granted a wild card into the qualifying draw and will be in action on Sunday. Aberdeen’s Bruce Strachan joins him in the draw.

The women’s event has also attracted highly ranked players from all over the world.  Anna Brogan from the city’s Newlands club in in action in Monday’s qualifying first round with Maia Lumsden of the David Lloyd West End Club receiving a wild card into the women’s main draw starting on Wednesday.   Maia is currently on the road home from the Australian Open where she competed in the junior events.

The finals of both men’s and women’s singles are scheduled for Sunday 8th February.   

Entry to the spectators’ stand is FREE all week with play starting on most days at 10am.

Matches on the two show courts will be streamed live daily if you are unable to attend – see link below.
Draws, once carried out, a daily order of play and links to live streaming can be found at Tennis Scotland

Please come along and support this event and especially the Scottish and British players.  These are the stars of the future….

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