At Dulwich Lawn Tennis Club  all our coaches are LTA qualified and have an extensive experience in coaching players of all ages and levels. They are all licensed, DBS checked and regularly attend courses to further their knowledge and be up to date with all new regulations.

Come and meet them.


Sebastien Blanchon (Head Coach)

LTA Senior Club Coach Level 4

Sebastien is the Head Coach and runs the Dulwich Ltc Coaching Programme.

Sebastien coaches all levels of player from beginner to performance.

For all coaching enquiries please contact Sebastien




07861 736375



 Alex Heath

 LTA Club Coach Level 3

  Alex is a performance player who still  competes in the higher graded competitions.

He recently went into the semi-finals of the Surrey championships and is a great coach for players of all levels.

He particularly enjoys the performance side of tennis.

Alex is looking forward to work evenings and weekends at the club.

Be ready to deal with his deadly topspin!

Alex is going for the performance level 4 certificate this year.



Jordan Chamberlain

LTA Club Coach Level 3 

Jordan  has played competitively for Hertfordshire as a junior and his individual highlight was winning the Schools Nationals in 2008.

He also spent time at a tennis academy in Mallorca, honing his clay court skills.

As a coach, he has  worked at Sawbridgeworth LTC, The Legends Tennis Academy, Butterfly Tennis Club and Old College. He plays an all-court game and pride himself on his single-handed backhand.

Jordan will be going for his level 4 this year.



Alfie Alpe

LTA Club Coach Level 3

We are delighted to announce that our new coach, Alfie Alpe, will join our team on a full-time basis from Wednesday the 25th of September.
Alfie has been a licensed coach for the last three years and will help a lot with the junior program, school work, adult group classes, team trainings and private lessons.






Vincenzo Meoli

LTA Club Coach Level 2  


Vincenzo is a very passionate LTA Level 2 coach with experience in working with groups and players of all ages.

 For Vincenzo, it is extremely important making  players feel comfortable on court and enjoy the session based on their current level and goals.

He is aware of his coaching responsibilities and the benefits from using a framework for different learning processes. 

Vincenzo joined Dulwich Lawn Tennis Club in March 2019 after working for Hackney Tennis in London and several tennis clubs in Italy.  He also does a lot of tennis school work.

He might be going for his level 3 tennis licence this year.