Game, Set & Match For Tennis Tayside & Lindsays As They Announce Partnership


24th April 2015

Award-winning law firm Lindsays is delighted to announce their partnership with Tennis Tayside which will help to promote tennis across Angus, Perth and Kinross, Dundee and North-East Fife, as well as providing the opportunity for further investment in the club network.

Derek Petrie, Partner in Lindsays Dundee office, said: \"We are pleased to be supporting the leagues in Tayside.  As part of this association, Tennis Tayside members and clubs will be offered an exclusive package of legal and estate agency services that will result in further investment into tennis clubs across the region.

“I have a personal interest in seeing the tennis clubs continue to thrive as I have been playing the sport for many years and am keen to promote both the health and social benefits of tennis, as well as improve the facilities available to attract new members.”

The partnership was launched at a ‘friendly’ doubles match held at Wormit and Newport Tennis (WANT) Club on Wednesday 15 April between Lindsays Partners, Derek Petrie and Peter Tweedie and Tennis Tayside Board members, Dan Cookson and Robin Nisbet. [photo attached]

Dan Cookson, Board Member at Tennis Tayside added: “It was the perfect way to start the partnership:  a competitive match, played in glorious weather at one of Tennis Tayside’s most picturesque clubs. We are delighted to be working with Lindsays. 

“Our partnership with Lindsays will provide a benefits package for our members and, equally importantly, for our clubs when they use Lindsays for their legal needs.  Their sponsorship of the leagues will also help with our commitment to part fund the Dundee Initiative which we have been instrumental in organising along with Tennis Scotland and Dundee Council, which will offer coaching at the much improved public tennis facilities in Dundee.”

The sponsorship will take in the Summer Leagues season, the adult’s leagues commence from 27 April and the junior leagues started this week.


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