Sean Lineen in Tennis: Lineen, 60, is one of four new non-chief chiefs to be designated, the others being Michele Mair, Graeme Gault, and Anja Vreg.
They will join this month and their job will be to “assist with supporting the leader group and the more extensive board convey the 2022-2026 methodology”.
Lineen, a sharp tennis player, pulled back from Scottish rugby not long before Christmas after over 30 years of administration as a player, mentor, and manager. Most radiantly, he was a vital individual from Scotland’s 1990 Grand Slam group.
He had a fruitful spell as a mentor of Glasgow Warriors somewhere in the range of 2006 and 2012 and trained Scotland Under-20s. He was additionally accountable for the public age-grade program, head of foundations and essential in the presentation of Super6.
Mair, 50, is a previous Scottish No.1 and a functioning individual from the All England Lawn Tennis Club. She has worked in golf for more than 21 years, for IMG Golf and WME Golf as VP and worldwide head of golf correspondences.
Gault is the previous administrator of the RAF Lawn Tennis Association and the organizer and CEO of Vannin Sports Management while Vreg filled in as competition chief in Portoroz and player board delegate for the WTA.
Graham Watson, the seat of Tennis Scotland, said: “Tennis has encountered huge development over ongoing years and Sean, Michele, Anja, and Graeme all carry a scope of involvement to the association to add to the current solid chief group.”
CEO Blane Dodds added: “We anticipate their commitments over the following three years.”