Barry Gibson-Smith has been elected as the new President of Tennis West of Scotland.
At Monday evening’s 106th Annual General Meeting of the organisation, the outgoing President John Jellema took pleasure in proposing the Western LTC member to take over the presidency with the incumbent congratulating him on a successful three year term of office. Amanda Slater [Whitecraigs] was appointed Vice-President.
A good number of member clubs were represented at the meeting, held virtually for the first time. Christine Lockhart [Newlands] remains as chair of the Competitions group with John Shemilt [David Lloyd Glasgow West End] and Claire Kinloch-Anderson [Busby] being appointed as non-executive directors of the company.
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Two virtual pre-season zoom meetings have been organised for new and inexperienced team captains to demonstrate
Junior National League captains 6:30 - 7:15 pm
Dunlop Open League captains 7:30 - 8:15 pm
The 2020 West of Scotland Open, usually staged in August but cancelled due to the pandemic, was rescheduled and played at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre at the end of October.
With no spectators permitted in the centre, nobody was there to appreciate the high standard of play produced by players. For the first time in the event's long history, there were no doubles events due to Covid-19 restrictions at the time.
Congratulations to first time champions Calum MacGeoch and Anastasia Rentouli. In the men's singles final, MacGeoch fought back to beat Nicolas Rosenzweig 1-6 6-3 [10-7] with Rentouli beating fellow Stirling University student Halle Pringle 6-2 6-2 in the women's final.
Alexander Halsey won the 35 & Over men's title with a final win over Aberdeen's Scott Martin.