Two of Scotland’s Commonwealth Games squash medal hopes will make their final appearance on home soil in Inverness when they compete in the 2014 Be Personnel Loch Ness Challenger next month, before turning their attention to competing in Glasgow in July.
Inverness-born Alan Clyne, the Scottish number one, is top seed in his home town event.
The 27-year-old will be joined at the Inverness Lawn Tennis and Squash club from June 17 to 22 by fellow Scot Greg Lobban, 21, who was also born in Inverness and lives in Edinburgh.
Clyne will have to wait until qualifying is completed before he knows his first-round opponent, but in the other half of the draw Lobban faces the second seed, Egyptian Omar Abdel Aziz.
Thurso-born Jamie Henderson, 20, who lives in Edinburgh, will meet eighth seed, Englishman Joel Hinds, the winner facing either Aziz or Lobban in the quarter-finals.