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Dykejumper Posted 20th Nov 2016, 06:31pm
  Andy defends his number one rank tonight, lets hope that yesterdays 3 hour marathon hasnt
taken too much out of him. Djorko hardly broke sweat in his semi-final.
Dykejumper Posted 8th Nov 2016, 12:10am
  Andy needs to at least equal Djorko's performance at the end of season top 8 tournament otherwise he goes back to No2.
Scots Kiwi Lass Posted 7th Nov 2016, 07:50pm
  Andy must truly be Scottish - he looks fabulous in a kilt!

WELL DONE, ANDY.
ashfield Posted 7th Nov 2016, 08:05am
  I think we should be calling for him to take a DNA test........he surely can't really be Scottish rolleyes.gif laugh.gif
Kemedian Posted 6th Nov 2016, 10:12pm
 
QUOTE (Sir Chris Hoy)

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Dykejumper Posted 5th Nov 2016, 04:33pm
  Andy Murray is now World Number One, a fabulous achievement.What a year he has had.
Backcauseway Posted 18th Sep 2016, 03:28pm
  Absolutely stunning tennis in Glasgow with the Davis Cup. Yet strangely I learnt from people at the Emirates Stadium today there are no longer public courts in the east and north east of Glasgow.

I recall playing on the blaize (red ash) courts at Tollcross Park in the 1970s. Surely when the swimming pool was built tennis courts should have been provided to replace those dug up. What a missed opportunity. Plus how much fitter the tennis guys are compared to some highly paid football players. The crowd are incredible. Nothing like a football crowd. Mums, dads kids all cheering along the British team.
angel Posted 12th Jul 2016, 12:38am
 

An article on the Founder of Wheelchair Tennis

American ....... Brad Parks .

http://www.itftennis.com/news/229574.aspx

carmella Posted 11th Jul 2016, 06:22pm
  Young Gordon also did himself and us proud, it's been a great week for the best of Scotland.

I had a colleague who was in his late 20s who became disabled as the result of an accident during athletics whilst in the RAF. This resulted in him being paralysed from the waist down, so he has lived in a wheelchair ever since as much of life as he could possibly cram in he did. I remember when he frequently went to Glasgow as it provided excellent facilities for disabled people with strong interests in athletics, tennis etc., so I know how hard he worked.

Well done Gordon we are all proud of you.
Betsy2009 Posted 11th Jul 2016, 10:27am
  ... but a Scot won both the doubles and men's single of the wheelchair tennis.

Andy's not the only hero.

''Gordon Reid has kicked off a momentous day for Great Britain at Wimbledon by winning the Men’s Wheelchair Singles.
The 24-year-old defeated reigning Paralympic champion Stefan Olsson of Sweden in straight sets, 6-1 6-4, in front of a packed Court 17 at SW19.
Reid, who becomes the inaugural winner of the competition, adds the triumph to the doubles success he sealed with fellow Brit Alfie Hewitt on Saturday.''


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