Complimentary group coaching sessions for both children and adults are available each week.
Individual coaching US$ 55 per 45 minutes.
For juniors, mini tennis is played on a smaller court using slower balls and is an excellent way for junior players to develop hand-eye co-ordination, movement, simple tactics and technique as a foundation for them to enjoy playing an all-court game.
Where there is no instruction the tennis courts are available for casual use by guests.
Pat Cash Former Wimbledon Champion
Pat Cash first came to the tennis world’s attention as a junior player in the early 1980’s. He was ranked the top junior player in the world in 1981 and in 1982 he won the junior titles at both Wimbledon and the US Open. He turned professional in 1982 and won his first top level singles title that year in Melbourne. In 1983 Cash became the youngest player to play in a Davis Cup final. The crowning moment of his career came at Wimbledon in 1987 when he defeated the World Number 1, Ivan Lendl, in the final to become the Wimbledon Champion. He is a five times Grand Slam Finalist, winner of the Davis Cup twice and a respected worldwide television commentator.
Chris Wilkinson Former Grand Slam player
Former British Number 1
Olympian (Barcelona 92)
Davis Cup Player
Former Over 35 British & World Champion
Wimbledon Doubles Quarter-Finalist
Wimbledon Singles 3rd Round on 4 occasions
Wimbledon - Current Invitational Doubles Player
Current LTA National Performance Coach 16&U Boys
Media - regular Commentator for Eurosport, ATP Media covering the ATP Tour, ITV 4, Radio Wimbledon, ESPN Column
Droy Head Tennis Coach
James Droy is a DCA LTA Licensed UK Tennis Coach and PTR Professional
and has been coaching tennis since 2001. He has worked with all ages
and abilities from beginners to high level club players and has coached
in the UK and at La Manga in Spain. He has been working with Pat Cash
to learn his approach to tennis and coaching techniques.
Lee Childs Former Grand Slam player
Lee Childs is a British former Grand Slam player. At Wimbledon, he completed an amazing comeback to beat in-form Russian Nickolay Davydenko in the first round. Lee is currently head coach at Londonís prestigious Queens Club.
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