Ways to keep up to date with the Scottish Open

Not able to get along to the Emirates Arena in person next week? Fear not, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy your Scottish Open Grand Prix fix

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MacPherson and O'Donnell storm through to the second round

Julie MacPherson and Eleanor O’Donnell came out on top in a thrilling three-game encounter with Amanda Hogstrom and Clara Nistad to advance to the women’s doubles second round

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Gilmour overcomes French resistance to reach second round

Kirsty Gilmour began her bid for Scottish Open Grand Prix glory ‘ready for a scrap’ and that was certainly what she got from France’s Delphine Lansac

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Coelho safely through as Merrilees bows out of Scottish Open Grand Prix

Ygor Coelho is looking to end his season on a high with victory at the Scottish Open Grand Prix after reaching the second round in style but home favourite Merrilees bows out

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Scots top group 6 with second win in Prague

Rachel Andrew and Adam Pringle inspired Scotland to their second win of the European U17 Team Championships with a dominant showing over Austria

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