Wraysbury Lawn Tennis Club

COACHING - ADULT & JUNIORS

 

JUNIOR COACHING

Junior Tennis coaching is available for children from 2 years to 18 years of age and we follow the Lawn Tennis Association's (LTA) mini-tennis guidelines. We also run the LTA's award scheme 'Earn Your Stripes'. This scheme is designed for players between 5 and 10 years to take part in exciting exercises with regular rewards that encourage them to develop their tennis skills at a pace that suits them.

Find a course today at https://clubspark.hlta.org.uk/T2OTennis

 

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award encourages young people to take on a challenge and find their true potential. Join a few others already enrolled and learn to play tennis as your DofE Challenge.

 

 

ADULT COACHING

Adult Tennis coaching is available for complete beginners, rusty racquets, and improvers right through to experienced club players looking to develop their skills and tactics.  

Call us now on 07714766894 to talk to Doug about the tennis courses that best suit your requirements. Non-members are welcome to all our classes.

 

Tuesday Night Adult Drop-in Coaching and Training Sessions

Join a weekly class to learn to play, or to improve your skills. We have 3 groups, all on a Tuesday evening from 7:30-8:30pm.

Our Coach - Doug Robinson

 

 

Doug grew up in Zimbabwe and played competitively on the local and national tennis circuit representing Zimbabwe. He came to the UK many years ago and after a number of years in the City, set up a Tennis Coaching Academy in East Berkshire, North Surrey and surrounding areas. Doug, his wife Judi and their children Tilly and Rex, live in Wraysbury, with Tilly attending Wraysbury Primary School and Rex due to start school there in September.

 

 

 

 

 

Doug says “Our T2O Tennis Academy is growing all the time, with many children and adults alike enjoying learning to play tennis and improving their skills. Many Junior Members are actively involved in local and national competitions - maybe we'll see a future Wimbledon champion emerge from the Club"