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Top Scottish squash player Alan Clyne will be courting attention this weekend when he drops into Atlantis Leisure to deliver coaching sessions to both adult and junior members of Oban Squash and Tennis Club.
Ranked 25 in the world Clyne, 32, is the current Scottish number two and has represented his country in the last three Commonwealth Games.
Inverness-born Clyne claimed his eighth Scottish national title in March 2018 and has risen to a career high of 24th in the World Singles rankings, while competing extensively in the World Series.
Last weekend he kicked off his 2019 PSA World Tour campaign when competing in the Tournament of Champions in New York. The tournament attracts some of the best players from around the world with matches played in the iconic Grand Central Terminal.
Clyne will be at the Centre from 10.30am to 6pm on Saturday and from 10am to 5.30pm on Sunday. Spectators welcome.