Broadstone Tennis Club is run by Harry Bulter. Harry played to an extremely high level - Playing for Great Britain and with a career high World Junior Ranking of 200. His passion and knowledge for tennis made him set up the club in  2020 when he started Broadstone Tennis Club with a combined aim to create a community club. 

His Main goal was to create a tennis club, aimed at attracting all ages and abilities to get as many people playing tennis as possible, so offer a wide range of group sessions and private sessions for all standards of tennis. 

"The more people playing tennis, no matter their standard or experience, the better!" 




Harry Butler - HEAD COACH

Harry trained at the Rafa Nadal Academy in Spain under the watchful eyes of Rafael Nadal, which afforded him the opportunity to work with top tennis pros and coaches such as Carlos Moya, amongst many others. During his time at the Academy, Harry became a hitting partner to Rafa himself, a truly incredible experience.

Harry has enjoyed a very successful career on the junior world tennis circuit; he was seeded in the ITF top 200 and UK top five juniors in 2017. He is immensely proud to have represented Great Britain on the tennis world stage.

With this wealth of experience, Harry loves to share his knowledge of the game and delivers high-quality, fun and stimulating sessions to all ages, from novices to top level performance players.

• Level 3 (Accredited Plus Coach) 
• DBS Certified 
• Safeguarding Certificate 
• First Aid Trained


Amelia Fortescue - ASSISTANT COACH 

Amelia fell in love with tennis at the age of five, and whilst playing various different sports during her junior years, she was keenly passionate about tennis. 

She went on to study psychology at Bath University, during her time at Bath she played in the women’s first team as they won the British University Tennis Championships, and she later became the captain. 

Her enthusiasm for tennis continued as she was offered a scholarship to be coached by Maria Sharapova’s former coach Peter McCraw, in Melbourne Australia. She was fortunate enough to compete on the ITF circuit in countries all over the world. Last year she played the Liverpool International Exhibition against Qiang Wang, formerly ranked 12 WTA and mixed doubles with Marcus Willis. 

On going injuries started to limit her ability to train and compete, but with her enthusiasm for tennis ever growing she was inspired into coaching. While Amelia has a passion for the technical element of the game she believes the most important thing is for people to have fun and enjoy tennis at all levels and abilities.

• Level 1 accreditation coach (looking  to take on Level 2 immediately) 
• DBS Certified 
• Safeguarding Certificate 
• First Aid Trained