Listen to the show by clicking here Dementia and the Power of Sport
Malcolm Watt is 47. He is a former Scottish number one tennis player, who once beat Pat Cash.
In the past five years, he has lost most of his ability to communicate and can no longer look after himself. But he still plays tennis like a pro.
George is maybe 40 years older than Malcolm - he can't remember precisely. He used to be a motor mechanic. He thinks he has grandchildren, although he can't say for sure. He struggles to remember his wife's name. Mention the Lisbon Lions though, and he sparks into life.
Both men have dementia, an incurable disease. But both are being helped by the power of sport.
On a glorious sunlit day in the elegant surroundings of Kelvinside in Glasgow, Watt is hitting balls with his old friend Ian Campbell, the head tennis coach at Western Health and Racquets Club.
Read more here http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/get-inspired/36327418
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