The tournament draw has now been completed. Click here to view it in Tournament Software.

 

Please note, that at this time, only withdrawals can be accepted. We cannot change the schedule or partners at this late stage.

Please see below for important information about your event/s.

Women's Singles Open

Played on Thursday 25 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 19.00

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

2 round robin groups, with the top two players in each group progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 11 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 6 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A & B report to COURT 1 for player briefing at 09.45

 

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Men's Singles Open

Played on Thursday 25 August & Friday 26 August (update to advertised schedule)

Due to the high number of entries for Men's Singles and Women's Doubles, many of the Men's Singles matches will now be played on Thursday afternoon and evening - with the exception of matches involving John Gilmour and Bill Griffin, who are not playing in Men's Doubles, and are therefore not in the venue on Thursday (all of Bill's and John's matches will take place on Friday as scheduled)

First matches scheduled to start at 16.20 on Thursday, and 13.20 on Friday

Last matches scheduled to finish at 19.40 on Thursday, and 20.00 on Friday

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals on Friday

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals on Friday

6 round robin groups, with top two players from each group progressing to the knock-out stages

Round robin group matches will be the first to 11 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 6 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B & C report to FOYER RECEPTION DESK for player briefing at 16.00 on Thursday (if you are not on court for doubles), and the same briefing space at 12.45 on Friday

GROUPS D, E & F report to UPSTAIRS BREAKOUT AREA for player briefing at 16.00 on Thursday (if you are not on court for doubles), and the same briefing space at 12.45 on Friday

Please note, if you are booked for the Whisky & Gin Tasting evening on Friday, we will refund your ticket if you miss it because of the schedule of play.

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Women's Doubles 2.5/3.0

Played on Friday 26 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 18.30

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

4 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 11 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 6 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B, C & D report to COURT 9 for player briefing at 09.45

Please note, if you are booked for the Whisky & Gin Tasting evening on Friday, we will refund your ticket if you miss it because of the schedule of play.

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Women's Doubles 3.5

Played on Friday 26 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 19.00

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

3 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 15 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B & C report to COURT 4 for player briefing at 09.45

Please note, if you are booked for the Whisky & Gin Tasting evening on Friday, we will refund your ticket if you miss it because of the schedule of play

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Women's Doubles 4.0+

Played on Friday 26 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 19.50

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

2 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 15 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B & C report to COURT 1 for player briefing at 09.45

Please note, if you are booked for the Whisky & Gin Tasting evening on Friday, we will refund your ticket if you miss it because of the schedule of play

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Men's Doubles 2.5/3.0

Played on Thursday 25 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 17.50

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

2 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 15 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A & B report to COURT 3 for player briefing at 09.45

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Men's Doubles 3.5

Played on Thursday 25 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 18.10

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

2 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 11 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 6 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A & B report to COURT 7 for player briefing at 09.45

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Men's Doubles 4.0+

Played on Thursday 25 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 18.10

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

2 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A & B report to COURT 6 for player briefing at 09.45

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Mixed Doubles 2.5/3.0

Played on Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00 on Saturday, and 13.45 on Sunday (13.45 start time is dependent of getting the group stages completed on Saturday, we will advise you of any change to Sunday's start time)

Last matches scheduled to finish at 16.20 on Saturday, and 17.10 on Sunday

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals on Sunday

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

6 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B & C report to COURT 6 for player briefing at 09.45 on Saturday, and report to the UPSTAIRS BREAKOUT AREA at 13.15 on Sunday

GROUPS D, E & F report to COURT 7 for player briefing at 09.45 on Saturday, and report to the FOYER RECEPTION DESK at 13.15 on Sunday

 

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Mixed Doubles 3.5

Played on Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 August (Please note we do not expect to complete the group matches on Saturday, hence the early start on Sunday!)

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00 on Saturday and Sunday

Last matches scheduled to finish at 15.20 on Saturday, and 16.40 on Sunday

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals on Sunday

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

4 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B, C & D report to COURT 1 for player briefing at 09.45 on Saturday, and Sunday

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Mixed Doubles 4.0+

Played on Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 August (Please note the later start time on Saturday. Dues to scheduling of other events, we will start the XD 4.0+ at 12.20 on Saturday. We will not get the group stages completed on Saturday, and we will continue the group stages on Sunday)

First matches scheduled to start at 12.20 on Saturday and 10.00 on Sunday

Last matches scheduled to finish at 16.00 on Saturday, and 17.30 on Sunday

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals on Sunday

All matches are scheduled, except for the bronze medal play-off, which will take place soon after the Semi-Finals

3 round robin groups, with top two pairs progressing to knock-out stages

Group matches will be the first to 15 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Knock-out stages will be the first to 21 points, no setting

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 8 in matches to 11 points; change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

GROUPS A, B & C report to FOYER RECEPTION DESK for player briefing at 11.50 on Saturday, and to COURT 6 at 09.45 on Sunday

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.

Wheelchair Doubles Open

Played on Sunday 28 August

First matches scheduled to start at 10.00.

Last matches scheduled to finish at 14.35

Medal ceremony will start as soon as possible after all the day's Finals

All matches are scheduled

1 round robin group, no knock-out stage

Group matches will be the first to 21 points, no 'setting'. i.e., win by 1 point

Players should change ends in all matches (change ends at 11 in matches to 21 points)

Referees only guaranteed for Finals. For all other matches call your own score and lines

ALL PLAYERS report to COURT 1 for player briefing at 09.45

Your group organiser is your first point of contact throughout the group stages. 

Be at the courtside towards the end of the preceding match. As soon as the preceding match ends, you have 2-mins for a warm up. Please be on court as quickly as humanly possible!

At the end of the match, both players/teams proceed immediately to the group organiser to share and agree on the final score.

Some matches will be finished quickly, whilst others will be late. The times on the schedule of play are indicative only. Your group organiser will be working very hard to get your games on quickly, to make effective use of the courts. Please help by being nearby and ready to play.

If, during a match there are any disputes over rules, score etc., ask your group organiser to call for a tournament referee.

Scan the QR codes posted around the venue to view the results throughout the day. Please note, wifi only in the main Scotstoun Centre.