Head Coach & Fitness Professional
LTA Licensed (UKCC level 3) & RPT European Professional
Advanced Level 4 Personal Trainer & Low Back Specialist.
Jason is the Head Coach at The Edward Alleyn Tennis Club and provides tennis lessons for groups and individuals. Jason and his coaching team deliver after school coaching to junior tennis players and run a tennis academy for high performance players.
Jason is a fully qualified personal trainer and has been delivering professional fitness for 8 years. He provides various programmes including weight management, strength and conditioning, core stability training and nutrition.
Jason is available for individual and group lessons. Please contact him via email.
LTA Licensed (UKCC level 3) & RPT National Professional.
Tom is a full-time coach with lots of experience playing tennis competitively as a junior and adult.
Tom began coaching in 2010 and provides professional tennis lessons for individuals and groups of all standards.
Tom coordinates the after school junior development sessions for all ages and ranges.
Please contact Tom by email.
Fitness Advisor and Coaching Assistant
Trained fitness instructor since January 2018 and junior tennis coach since 2016.
Robbie has been coaching tennis for three years as an assistant coach. He first started playing tennis as a junior and progressed to academy level. His personal development inspired him to coach. He’s now coaching full time and in charge of the academy fitness programme.
Robbie also helps to manage the JL Fitness studio where he provides personal and group fitness sessions.
Please contact Robbie via email.
Tennis Program - Code of Respect
The essence of good discipline is: RESPECT
This Code of Respect system has been adopted from the Andre Agassi Preparatory Academy in Las Vegas and is something that we are keen to promote to our players.
Respect for Authority: Means to listen to the coaches and others in a position of leadership. Be receptive and willing to listen to advice about your game or about your self as a person.
Respect for Others: Means to respect other players at the club and in your class. Do not talk bad about others or engage in gossip. Do not cheat with your score in class or during a match.
Respect for Self: Means no negative self-talk. Do not cut your self or your abilities down. Do not demean your self or talk to yourself in a manner that you would not want others to do. Be aware and proud of your strengths.
Respect for Rules: Means to know and obey the rules of the Tennis Centre. Do not look for ways to undermine or avoid the rules.
Accept responsibility for your own actions and do not blame others for your mistakes.
I first played tennis in Perth, Western Australia. Being part of a sports club that encouraged everyone to play and enjoy tennis. Inspired by my very first tennis coach I continued tennis in the UK and have never looked back! Over many years my tennis philosophy has evolved into “grow, develop, play and enjoy”.
My goal is to create a fun accessible environment which is inclusive to all.
I have also had the pleasure of working alongside brilliant tennis coaches whose ethos and mind set are similar to mine, together we have developed a coaching team that work as a complete unit promoting fun and fair play.
“Tennis is a skill for life that is social, competitive, healthy and for everyone!”