Ronan Cacace, Alistair Ramsay, Jonathan Ross, Matthew Copley, Alex Hopkinson and Sarah Simpson all won singles gold medals as the winners were decided at the Tennis Foundation Learning Disability Regional Series Scotland.
Cacace took the men’s Division 1 singles gold with a 100% record with Shane Lewis coming second after losing to Cacace 6-3. Lewis gained revenge, however, in the Division 1 doubles as he teamed up with Adam Brownsford to defeat Cacace and Jamie Kearns.
Divisions 2 champion Alastair Ramsay maintained a 100% record as he won gold after beating Jamie Kearns in a close match 6-4, 7-6(8) after Gregor Boyd withdrew to hand both players a walkover in their first matches.
In men’s Division 3 Jonathan Ross took gold after he defeated Jack Dickson and Mark Cooper for the loss of just five games to add individual gold to his Division 2 doubles silver.
It was a comfortable day’s work for Matthew Copley in Division 4 as he didn’t drop a game on route to winning gold ahead of Stephen Macmillan. Copley crowned a successful weekend as he took the men’s doubles Division 2 title with Jack Dickson as they teamed up to win both their matches in straight sets.
Alex Hopkinson was also a double gold medallist as he took the Division 5 title without dropping a game ahead of John Byrne and Paul Griffin. Hopkinson joined forces with Women’s Singles silver medallist Frances Smiley to win the mixed doubles title with a 100% record.
Frances’ gold in the doubles avenged her loss to Sarah Simpson in the women’s singles as Simpson took the title with a 100% record with wins over Smiley and Jane Weatherhead.