Scotland's papers: Andy Murray in Paris and Brexit clash
Many of the front pages feature pictures of Andy Murray, who has become the first Briton to reach the final of the French Open since 1937.
The Herald reports that First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will take part in a televised EU referendum debate with Boris Johnson.
Drug "profiteers" face fines, says The Times Scotland edition, after an investigation by the paper.
The Scottish Daily Mail has a story about the Scottish MP Natalie McGarry as police investigate claims of missing cash.
The National devotes its whole front page to a picture of Andy Murray after winning his semi-final in Paris.
The Scottish Sun says Craig Whyte will stand trial alone over Rangers takeover fraud claims.
The Courier's Dundee edition reports that the city's reputation for games design is coming under threat.
And the Aberdeenshire edition of the Press and Journal says that £50,000 lights will make Union Terrace Gardens safer.