Group Coaching

Weekly Group Coaching

Groups are set up based on age and ability.

Coaching is active and varied designed to improve your skills whilst being social and enjoyable. Groups are assessed termly to progress players where appropriate.

Our group categories

Lots of fun games based learning to improve co-ordination, balance and movement. As players progress their technical skills they start to learn the basic rules of the game and receive more tactical based coaching.  The Ace Tennis Player Award Scheme is used to reward effort and monitor progress. Courses usually run in 10-12 week blocks around school term time. For full details please refer to the Tennis Programme Schedule for your preferred club.

Players receive a mix of technical and tactical coaching suited to their level of skill, developing a good knowledge of the game and learning how to improve their match play.  For full details please refer to the Tennis Programme Schedule for your preferred club.

We offer a variety of adult coaching groups including fitness classes (Cardio Tennis) and workshop sessions focused on particular aspects of the game.  There are Rusty Rackets Courses for those players looking to return to the game after a break or who want to modernise their style.  There are Doubles Coaching classes and you can also receive Family Coaching with instruction on how to improve your child’s tennis skills as well as your own.  For full details please refer to the Tennis Programme Schedules for your preferred club.

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Meet the coaches

Here to help you improve your tennis skills
Berin Ames
Berin Ames
£30
LTA Qualified Level 4 Coach with extensive coaching experience of working with adults and juniors of all ability levels.
Jamie Donnachie
Jamie Donnachie
The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a valid return.
Jane Doe
Jane Doe
The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a valid return.
John Doe
John Doe
The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a valid return.