As much of Scotland looks to the courts of Wimbledon, one politician has called on the government to look at the country's tennis facilities.
Labour MSP Frank McAveety called on the Scottish Government to be "more serious about sport" after a survey of local authorities revealed a third of Scottish councils have no tennis facilities.
The study, carried out by the MSP and his staff, showed that 10 Scottish councils, or 31.25% of councils, have no tennis facilities at all.
These were Angus, East Lothian, Falkirk, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, Perth, Renfrewshire, Borders, South Ayrshire and West Lothian.
Of the other councils, East Renfrewshire, Orkney, Shetland and West Lothian have one tennis facility across the entire local authority area.
And just four Scottish councils - Dundee, East Renfrewshire, Glasgow and the Western Isles local authority - offer free access to tennis courts for under-16s.
Mr McAveety, the Scottish Labour spokesman on sport, said: "I am very disappointed that almost a third of Scottish councils have no tennis facilities whatsoever.
"Andy Murray's fantastic performances at Wimbledon will inspire thousands of youngsters to get involved in sport. We need to provide them with places to play.
"Some local authorities have shown a lead in ensuring that tennis courts are free to under-16s. We need other Scottish councils to follow this example and open their doors to children.
"I want to see the Scottish Government investing in tennis and being much serious about investing in sport rather than just talking about it. Not everyone can be an international star like Andy Murray but we can all benefit from an active and healthy lifestyle."