Montrose Tennis Club is hosting an open day this Saturday with a chance for people to meet some National Scottish players.
National Scottish players Jonny O’Mara, ranked two in North County, Nicholas Rosenzweig, ranked three in North County, and Bruce Strachan, who is ranked four, will be at the event to meet with members of the public before taking part in a demonstration.
The event takes place on Saturday (March 29) at Montrose Tennis Club from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. There will be an official opening at 1 p.m. with Ian Conway, Tennis Scotland National president, presenting Montrose Tennis Club with Best Place to Play Award for 2013, followed by demonstration match and adult and junior players tournament, which will last until 4 p.m. Children of all ages are welcome from 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. to stay for a light lunch and can take part in a trial tennis session. Rackets and balls will be supplied.
There will be an opportunity for new parents, grandparents and children to play with and meet the coaches, head coach Graeme Walker, performance coach Kris Soutar and assistant coach Richard Henderson. Currently, anyone who takes out membership with Montrose Tennis Club for either junior or adults can be entered into the club allocation of 14 sets of Wimbledon tickets, which include men’s and ladies’ final days.