Posts Tagged ‘scotland’

Challenger Tennis meets Correction Was Good

January 10, 2011

So I am returning to Scotstoun Stadium in my fair city of Glasgow tomorrow morning for another AEGON Pro Series event. The stadium will play host to a men’s 15K and a women’s 10K event, with the men beginning their main draw tomorrow morning.

I’ve been asked to cover this by Challenger Tennis, with both photos and general updates, with words. I’ve never been great with words, but I’m going to give it a go. This is me apologising in advance for what will likely be paragraphs of ‘So X was good. But then Y was on, so I went over to watch him for a bit. Y lost, that sucked. Z was playing doubles with Y though, that was beautiful’.

It’s going to be something special.

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AEGON Pro Series Glasgow

November 12, 2010

A couple of weeks ago I headed down to Scotstoun in Glasgow for the AEGON Pro Series.
I could count the number of names I knew in the draw on one hand, but by the end of the week I had a whole heap of new players to creep on.

The reason I went was to take photos, basically. I study photography and want to one day be an official tennis photographer (not sports photographer, strictly tennis, all other sports can suck it).
Here’s some of the shots I got.

Mecir by Christina Marie Riley

 

Viola by Christina Marie Riley
Ebden by Christina Marie Riley

 

Ebden & Milton by Christina Marie Riley

The rest of the photos can be found HERE. If you want to use any, because, I don’t know, maybe somebody out there just can’t get enough of Fabbiano, please let me know before you take it.