12th October 2007 at 01:00
Scotstoun Leisure Centre will host some of Britain's best tennis players next week for the Glasgow Tennis International (October 14-21) and the organisers are laying on a full programme for schoolchildren.

In an effort to unearth future talent, the doors are being thrown open for youngsters. From Monday to Wednesday (10am-4pm), there will be a free Tennis Fun Zone for all ages.

Next Thursday there will be a School Zone (10am-4pm), where schools will get access to coaching and games. On Friday, there will be a Mini Competition for Under-8s and a Parents' Forum where questions will be answered on developing youngsters in the game and where to go for the best advice.

On October 21, the finals day for the men's Futures competition and the women's Challenger event, there will be a Parent and Child competition from 9am-11am.

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