I’m Anna! I had early success a junior in OTA tournaments and I’ve trained at various high performance training camps like Academia Sánchez-Casal in Barcelona, Spain. I am currently a Sport Management student & certified Level 1 Tennis Instructor. I have experience coaching high performance as well as recreational players, with particular interest in exploring the psychology of young athletes who are training to win. I love to incorporate fun and competition into my practices! A hobby of mine is learning different languages such as Spanish and Russian.
My name is Kate. I started playing tennis at 6 years old and have been teaching tennis for almost 8 years. My extensive tennis experience ranges across the globe, from training in Ukraine, Israel and now coaching in Canada. I am a Level 1 Certified Tennis Coach and my main goal is to develop a love for the game among my students, and to help them grow into strong, confident players.
I’m Coach Sasha! I have been a Level 1 Certified Tennis Instructor for the past 4 years and have also competed in OTA Tournaments. My interest in tennis came naturally, as my entire family is very athletic and I have been playing tennis for the past 13 years. Apart from coaching, I also actively play inter-county doubles. I have a passion for teaching kids and love being able to spend time interacting with them.
Coach Quinton here! I have been playing tennis from a very young age and competed in juniors at the National level in Canada. I possess 11 years of coaching experience to both juniors and adults. I hold a tennis scholarship in both Texas and Kansas. One of the highlights of my career has been the opportunity to be a hitting partner for the Rogers Cup. I am very versatile and creative when it comes to offering high quality lessons. Outside of tennis, I am pursing an acting career, and I hope to transition full time into the film & television industry in the future.
Hello, I’m Coach Tess! I’ve been playing competitive tennis for over ten years and attended university on an athletic scholarship playing for the NCAA for four years. Anyone who’s met me knows I am energetic and passionate about tennis – I love when my clients reach their goals and see improvement while having fun. I especially tend to focus on teaching the fundamentals through highly structured lessons. I’m currently in the process of obtaining my coaching certifications on an international level to improve my abilities and further expand my professional development.
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We are always looking to build our diverse and talented coaching team. Coach applicants must at a minimum be a Level 1 Instructor and submit a recent police check in addition to two references in order to be considered for a position with Wilmington Tennis. International applicants who are planning to visit Toronto are welcome to apply, however please note that we will not sponsor applicants for visas or work permits.
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