Ty Jordan (Coach) Level 4
Ty is a very experienced coach who has worked with high level players. He has an excellent knowledge of tennis and great teaching methods. He’s relaxed and patient and good with all age ranges.
Ed Harper Jones (Coach) Level 2 – Accredited Coach
Ed is from the UK and works as an assistant coach. He is a positive and eager coach who loves working with players of all levels.
Ed plays to a very high level and is currently a 4.1 LTA rated player. Ed is also available to book for private coaching and hits at only £50 per hour, please book through our contact us email.
Molly Mackenzie (Coach) – Volunteer Coach
Molly from the UK and works as a volunteer assistant coach. She helps with the younger children’s groups and is a positive coach who loves working with children.
Molly plays to a very high level and played for her university.
Dr John F Murray (Sports Psychologist)
John is available to work with all players, contact Paul if you would like to be put in touch with John and get receive the preferential rates that he has negotiated.
Dr. Murray is a rare expert in performance psychology and has been called “the most quoted sports psychologist” in sport media over the past 20 years.
He authored the sports psychology book Smart Tennis: How to Play and Win the Mental Game (Jossey-Bass/John Wiley & Sons) in 1999 and it is still selling well. He also wrote the book “The Mental Performance Index” for American football in 2011 and revised it in 2013. The Mental Performance Index is also a successful football performance rating system, adding precision and standardization to team performance analysis and a mental component rarely examined in sports. Known as the “MPI” this system was recently converted into a highly successful prediction algorithm, adding empirical evidence to the vast importance of mental training and sports psychology. See more about the MPI toward the end of this page.
A tennis professional in his youth, Tennis Week Magazine called Dr. Murray “The Roger Federer of Sports Psychologists” and The Washington Post dubbed him “The Freud of Football” for his sports psychology work in NFL football and in using the MPI. Dr. John F Murray’s passion is always to help his clients achieve greater success and well-being. This may involve more traditional psychotherapy from a number of theoretical perspectives, more specific mental coaching for sports performance, or a mixture of the two. Read through this website to learn how Dr Murray can help you with performance psychology or psychological counselling in business, sports, or life.