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Children as young as three were among dozens of people who gave tennis a go when Cambuslang Tennis Club opened its courts to the public.
The annual open day last Saturday saw around 70 people pick up a racket and try a sport that is growing in popularity.
Coaches delivered taster sessions to people of all ages, including really well attended mini-tennis for children aged three and up.
Graeme Russell of Cambuslang Tennis Club said: “It was great to see our courts and clubhouse so busy with members of the community.
“We had a large interest from potential young families for joining but also some of the older generation looking to get back into tennis after years away.”
The club runs weekly coaching sessions for juniors on Tuesday and Saturday mornings.
This year it will also provide weeklong tennis camps during the summer holidays.
These will be held in the weeks beginning July 10 and July 17.
For more information search for Cambuslang Tennis Club on Facebook or email secretary@ cambuslangtennis.com.
It was great to see our courts and clubhouse so busy
What a racket Youngsters coached by Sohail Shah, Neil Haig and Graeme Russell