Greenwich Park Coaches

GREENWICH PARK COACHES

If you fancy some one-on-one, individual coaching then Private Lessons are the one for you! The perfect setting to really improve technique and tactical play, our experienced top tier coaches offer individual coaching across all of our London centres.

These private lessons are open to Adults, Juniors and Mini tennis players with personal, tailored coaching offered to suit and improve your game.

All payments are made directly to the coach, and prices include hourly court hire. An additional floodlight fee of £6 per hour will apply, if applicable.

Lessons are for one player, with charges applying for additional players: £5 per extra player (max 4 players). Groups of 5 or more should be arranged via Will to Win. Sessions cancelled with less than 24 hours’ notice are liable for payment in full.

James Maloney

Qualifications: LTA Level 3 Coach, PTR Pro
Contact: 07973694427, jamesamaloney@icloud.com
Rate: £40 per hour
Availability: Tuesday – Sunday
Language(s) Spoken: English

James is an experienced & qualified coach with over 20 years professional experience at all levels. Most recently, he headed tennis at Greenwich City Tennis Club, with previous positions at Sutton Performance Centre, Blackheath LTC and Bexley LTC.  Whether coaching groups or individuals, James always strives to develop his players by creating a fun & challenging environment on court. He enjoys coaching all ages and playing standards and has extensive experience coaching special needs players (visually impaired, hearing impaired & wheelchair tennis).

Jimmy O’Leary

Qualifications: PTRUK Tennis Instructor, LTA Licenced
Contact: 07920 580743, jimmy.oleary@icloud.com
Rate: £40 per hour
Availability:
Monday – Sunday
Language(s) Spoken: English

Jimmy has been coaching for almost 20 years and has a wealth of experience having coached in England, USA, Greece, Sardinia & Turkey. Jimmy’s emphasis is very much on having fun while learning in a fun and relaxed environment. ‘If you’re not having fun on court – you’re not doing it right’.