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Tennis set to come out of suspension at Tain


By Will Clark

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Tain Tennis Club says it is set to open up its courts to the public as a result of restrictions being lifted on the sport.

Junior winners Alexander Campbell, Marcus McAuley, Kieran Allan and Kyle Corbett at the Tain Tennis Club Championships
Junior winners Alexander Campbell, Marcus McAuley, Kieran Allan and Kyle Corbett at the Tain Tennis Club Championships

Tennis, along with angling, bowls and golf were announced as acceptable forms of exercise by the Scottish Government yesterday.

And Tain Tennis Club was ready to welcome members back to their grounds, but with certain conditions put in place.

Tain Tennis Club president Bruce Rose says they have been forced to make changes to keep in line with regulations.


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