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Senior coaching
Calling all senior tennis players out there.......whether you have never picked up a racket before or you play regualrly, we have coaching to suit your game! We have coaching for all ages, from beginner to expert! If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact Gareth at g.rennie@cultstennisaberdeen.co.uk
Improvers and advanced coaching

These Sunday sessions are aimed at new up and coming tennis players and are run by Ben Soutar. The session objectives include tactical intentions, sending & receiving skills, and movement & positioning.

If you would like to take part, please get in touch with Gareth Rennie at g.rennie@cultstennisaberdeen.co.uk

Class details:
Dates: 28th April to 30th June
Adult Improvers - Sunday 6pm to 7pm
Adult Advanced - Sunday 7pm to 8:30pm
**Please note, players must sign up for the block of coaching**

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Ladies Doubles & drills

Gareth is running Ladies Drills & doubles on Friday afternoons starting on the Friday 7th February 2020. The aim of the classes will be to focus on key elements of playing quality doubles as well as working on the skills required to play at a local club level.

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Coaching Philosophy
'Learning through fun' is the key to our coaching philosophy and we believe that enjoyment is the key to learning and retaining information. Tennis is a problem solving game and we aim to provide our players with the relevant knowledge and understanding to solve the problems they face!
The coaching team will endeavour to create an enjoyable environment in which to develop the necessary skills and be taught the latest technical and tactical developments in the game. Each player is considered an individual and we will look to provide the most appropriate pathway for participation and development for each pupil, working with them as their need for competition and social play evolves.