Regardless of your tennis stage or age, here at our club our coaches can help you improve your tennis with a tailored coaching program or just a few one-off sessions.
Private lessons, adult group coaching, junior coaching, seniors group coaching, you name it, we have it. Whether you’re after technical corrections and enhancements to your game, high intensity drilling, working on specific shot sequences, or just getting back into tennis – we can tailor a session to meet your specific needs.
Andrew Veale - Court Manager and Coach – Member of the Australian Tennis Professional Coaching Association. Individual private lessons from $60 per hour, group lessons from $15 per person per hour. Plenty of ladies’ lesson options are available throughout the weekdays. Call Andrew on 0400 110 482 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Danny Tylim is a highly-experienced coach with over 25-years’ experience who really knows the technical aspects of the game – and how to make junior tennis fun, yet highly educational for all ages. Danny coaches kids’ groups (4 and 18 years), adult coach-and-play sessions and senior private lessons. Contact Danny on ph 0418 147 406 or email email@example.com
Jamie Fletcher a highly experienced coach and former Australian Junior champion with over 30 years’ experience. Jamie runs cardio-tennis several times weekly and private/group adult coaching. Jamie’s expertise in high-intensity drilling and specific shot-development can benefit players at all levels. Contact Jamie on ph 0412 667 327 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Private lessons are a great workout & ideal for all players – beginners to elite. Technical corrections & enhancements, high intensity drilling, working on specific shot sequences, or just getting back into tennis – we tailor each session to meet your specific needs.
Adult Group Lessons
Our Adult Coaching Classes are fun, social and cost-effective way to improve your game. Enjoy learning among other similar standard players, have fun at the same time learning in a relaxed environment. Participate in the classes on a casual basis or enrol for the term.
Do you fancy learning how to play tennis? Or perhaps you are a bit rusty after a long lay off? Then grab a couple of friends who are similarly placed and make a regular group lesson – this is a fun and very cost-effective way to get into the game and from there we can build your skills to move you into social and/or competition tennis.
Tennis Hot Shots is fun, social and active. And it’s the easiest way for kids aged 10 and under to learn how to play tennis. The courts and racquets are smaller, the balls don’t bounce as high so they’re easier to hit and kids love it.
Developed by coaching professionals, this program is Tennis Australia’s official kids’ starter program and promotes the use of smaller courts and slower balls to teach children how to play tennis.