1-2 1s set;
3-4 1s cross down by the right to finish between 3s;
5-6 3M1L turn halfway by the right, 1M3L by the left, 3s finishing in places, 1s outside them facing up;
7-8 1s dance up finishing in 1st place on opposite sides;
9-12 1s2s3s mirror half reels of 3;
13-16 1s cross up into mirror half reels of 3 on own sides, all finishing in places;
17-24 all advance and retire twice;
25-28 1s, followed by 2s3s4s, cast to 4th place and make an arch;
29-32 2s3s4s continue to cast below 4th place, take nearer hands with partner and dance up, under the arch, to finish 2s3s4s1s:
33-36 all turn partner by the right;
37-40 all turn partner by the left.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
3-6 2s do not step up.
17-24 As this is a ceilidh dance, it is acceptable for 1s 4s to make high fives with the free hands.
The elements of the dance signify the moves the tennis player makes in a match:
1-8 bouncing the ball and service action;
9-16 the shot down the line;
17-24 the drop shot;
25-32 the lob shot;
33-40 the forehand and backhand shots.