We have a great full-time coach at the club - Joe Anan - who coaches adults and full-court tennis for juniors from 9 years upwards. In addition, we have mini-tennis coaching led by Lucy and Angie Dean from LDNTennis who provide courses for 4-9 year olds.
Joe can be contacted on mobile: 07956 265158, or at the Clubhouse: 020 8365 3585, or by email: email@example.com
Joe Anan (a Physical and Health Education Graduate), has over 25 years' coaching experience. He is an LTA Accredited+ Coach, and is LTA Qualified to Level 4; he is also a National Member of the British Tennis Coaches Association. Currently Joe has an LTA rating of 5.1. A former member of the Nigerian Davis Cup Team, he achieved an ATP world ranking as well as picking up titles as the Junior National Champion of Ghana and Nigerian Universities Champion along the way. Joe is an LTA ratings tournament tableau winner and has been a winner of the Middlesex Winter Postal tournament a record 6 times.
Since he joined us in 1993, his skill and dedication has helped our teams vastly to improve their positions in the Middlesex Leagues and Cups. Our Men's 1st Team was promoted from Division 6 to Premier Division and the Aegon Team Tennis League National Division 1 (formerly NCL), Ladies' 1st Team from Division 5 to Premier Division , Men's 2nd Team from Division 7 to Division 1 and the Mixed Team from Division 5 to Division 1.
LDNTennis is a North London coaching provider for all ages and standards. Set up by Level 5 and Middlesex Coach of the Year 2013, Lucy Dean, LDNTennis works in Muswell Hill, Highgate and Barnet and also local schools around Finchley. There are 3 coaches in the team - Lucy Dean, Angie Dean and Jaime Sabate - who all bring great experience and energy to their coaching.
For MHMLTC, LDNTennis are providing group coaching for 4-8 year olds both in the October half term break, and 'Tennis for Kids' courses after school on a Monday and on Saturday mornings.
LDNTennis can be contacted at: 07846 872043 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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