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Tain Tennis Club looking to open back up at the first possible opportunity


By Will Clark

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Tain Tennis Club have confirmed they will be looking to restart on Friday, subject to government approval.

Tennis, along with angling, bowls and golf is set to be allowed by the Scottish Government as part of the easing of lockdown measures.

Tennis is one of the sports expected to be given the green light to resume first.
Tennis is one of the sports expected to be given the green light to resume first.

Tain Tennis Club chairman Bruce Rose said the club were preparing to start up again when the green light was given.

But he said it would be taking precautions and new social distancing measures would be in place.

“We are not going to be opening as normal,” he confirmed.

“We have three tennis courts at Tain, but we will be taking away the centre court."

Read more in today's North Star.


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