23rd June 2006 at 01:00
Andy Murray, Scotland's number one tennis player, has donated 10 signed rackets to boost the development of the junior game in Scotland. The rackets will be offered to clubs who best show how they will use them to raise funds for enhancing the training or competitive programme of their most promising player aged 10 or under.

"This is a marvellous gesture by Andy and one that could produce real dividends for the game," says national coach Ellinore Lightbody.

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