GB pro series

GB Pro-Series – Scottish Championships

A highlight of the Scottish tennis calendar the GB Pro-Series takes place this week at Scotstoun Leisure Centre.  Play starts around 10am each day with free admission for spectators.

After the excitement of the Australian Open the live tennis action continues this week at Scotstoun Leisure Centre which is the place to be to watch some of the world’s top up-and-coming players competing in the GB Pro-Series Scottish Championships.

A number of Scottish players will be involved and looking to lift the title on home soil, including local junior and rising star Aidan McHugh, fresh from his run all the way to the Australian Open boys’ semi-final where he went out to Chun Hsin Tseng of Chinese Taipei.

Also in action this week is Maia Lumsden, starting to make her mark in the women’s game after a first year in the professional ranks during which she won her first professional tournament title in the Wirral.

Other Scottish names to look out for include Ewen Lumsden, Connor Thomson, Jacob fearnley, James Mackinlay and Ali Collins who

The knockout stages of the 2018 Scottish Championships take place throughout the week with the semi-finals scheduled for Saturday 3rd February and finals taking place on Sunday 4th February.  This is the order of play and results in the men’s event and likewise the order of play and results in the women’s event.

Play starts today at 10am with entry to the GB Pro-Series free for all spectators.  Don’t miss this unique opportunity to watch elite tennis on your doorstep!

About the GB Pro-Series

The GB Pro-Series represents both men’s and women’s events that are part of the ITF Pro Circuit taking place in Great Britain with prize money ranging from $15,000 to $25,000. This level of competition features many of the world’s up and coming players who are looking to progress to compete on the main ATP and WTA Tours.

The men’s and women’s singles are a Men’s Futures and Women’s Circuit ITF tournament respectively incorporated into the ATP (men’s) and WTA (women’s) rankings.  They enable young professionals to gain ranking points with the ultimate aim to progress into the full ATP/WTA tour.