Tennis Coaching with Rod

For complete beginners through to people who  want to improve their skills…

Have Fun While Learning to Play Tennis

Tennis is a fun and social sport played by people from all walks of life. Many people, however, don’t know all the technicalities involved. Perhaps you are thinking about taking up tennis for the first time, or have been playing for a while and want to improve your skills. If that is the case, Rod can teach you all there is to know about tennis.

Rod is a NZPTCA and USPTA professional certified coach teaching tennis in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty. He has 25 years experience coaching juniors and adults at all levels of skill.

Coaching Options

Private Coaching – for individuals and small groups. Learn more…

Night Schools for adults. Learn more…

Term 2 Classes 2017

Fun adult classes running for 6 weeks.
Groups limited to 4 people. Raquets available.
Venue:  Otumoeti College Courts
Cost:  $75 per person.

Wednesdays
Start Date: 10th May 2017
Time: 4.30pm

Sundays
Start Date: 7th May 2017
Time:  Beginners 11am-12noon
Intermediate 12noon-1pm

Please contact Rod for more information and to register:
Phone: 570 0171
Mobile: 027 636 5300
Email: rod@tenniscoach.net.nz
Websitewww.tenniscoach.net.nz

About Rod

I started coaching in Wellington with Kevin Woolcott where we ran the indoor tennis centre in Evans Bay. I was based at Khandallah squash and tennis club before moving to Tauranga where I have been coaching for the last 20 years.

In 1995 I had a head on car crash and was in an induced coma for nine weeks, which changed my lifestyle. Now I concentrate on coaching adult Night School classes at the Mount Maunganui College and other venues. I also do private coaching for individuals or small groups.

I get great satisfaction and enjoyment coaching people who want to play better tennis and get a buzz out of seeing them improve their skills while having great fun.

Rod news

This news article, which appeared in the Bay of Plenty Times, describes how I recovered from head injuries to carry on my passion – coaching tennis.

Click here to read the article