Following receipt of recent government advice and consultation with the Tennis West of Scotland Board of Directors and Competitions Group, Tennis West of Scotland’s Plan A for the resumption of competitive activity can now be found below:
The Board recognizes that this is an optimistic plan. Which competitions go ahead and when they start may be changed again depending on how the current situation unfolds. By sharing Plan A now, the Board aims to reduce some of the current uncertainty about upcoming summer season competitions and answer many of the questions that Clubs have asked.
Nominated team captains will be contacted and advised to regularly check the web site. Matches should not be rescheduled at this time and, once a start date and plan is able to be confirmed at a later date, the safest and most effective way of doing this will be advised.
The winter National League West of Scotland competition programme has been cancelled. Attached are the standings when play was suspended. A great new initiative providing lots of additional competitive play for junior players throughout the winter! To view the standings at 16th March 2020, please click HERE.
Latest LTA Information for players, coaches and venues: The absolute priority of everyone in Britain needs to be protecting the health of the nation, with a requirement to adjust our behaviour to help slow the spread of the disease, prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed, and ultimately save lives. Read More..
West of Scotland Tennis have provided the following update. Please click on the link below for details:
West of Scotland Rolls of Honour - Looking back over the years at our Champions Board.
Click on the links to download your copy and see how many names you remember.
Junior Competition dates back to 1919! Open Championships from 1886! Vets Champions from 1983!
Professional tennis returned to Glasgow last week with finals being played on 22nd & 23rd February. Tennis Scotland staged the event – Men’s and Women’s $25k singles and doubles events – at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre, Glasgow.
Well done and thank you to everyone taking part whether on court or behind the scenes. A special thanks to the ball team – all from West of Scotland – who provided a great service to players on the final two days of the event.
Written by: Lesley Whitehead
The club works closely with many organisations within the Glasgow community and benefits from support from pupils from Glasgow senior schools doing their Duke of Edinburgh Awards. Several of these pupils go on to take their LTA Level 1 & Level 2 coaching qualification as they further develop their own knowledge of tennis and want to continue supporting people in the community. Read More...