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A fantastic professional development opportunity for coaches to learn from world-class speakers and industry experts in a range of topics.

Exploring Change in the World of Tennis

The role of the coach can never be underestimated. Not only for the environments that they help create and foster, but also the community and its players in which they teach, inspire and grow the game within.

That is why we are thrilled to be delivering our fourth premium Virtual Grand Slam Coaches’ Conference in 2024.

Showcasing world class speaker and industry experts across five key pillars:

We invite coaches of all levels to take part in this industry-leading professional development experience and opportunity, which is a complimentary Tennis Australia Coach Member benefit!

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This years event will include:

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Rick Macci

American Tennis Coach & Former Player

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Rick Macci is an American tennis coach and former player. He is a United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Master Professional, and seven-time USPTA national coach of the year who has trained five number one ranked players: Andy Roddick, Jennifer Capriati, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, and Venus Williams.

In 2010, he was inducted into the USPTA Florida Hall of Fame.He serves as a consultant on the USTA Player Development Program in Boca Raton, Florida.

In the early 1970s Macci started his career as the tennis pro at Bob Schul's Sports Complex in Troy, Ohio. In the late 1970s he became the tennis professional at the Sinnet Indoor Tennis Club in Vineland, New Jersey when in 1979 he achieved the #1 Ranked Adult player in New Jersey.

He started the Rick Macci International Tennis Academy in 1985, in Haines City, Florida, at the Grenelefe Golf & Tennis Resort, where two of his students were Tommy Ho and Jennifer Capriati. In the summer of 1992, the Macci Academy moved to Delray Beach.

Caroline Martin

Associate Professor at the M2S Laboratory of the University of Rennes

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Dr. Caroline Martin is associate professor at the M2S Laboratory of the University of Rennes 2 in France. She has a PhD in Sports Sciences. She is an expert in tennis biomechanics. She has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles and books/book chapters in the field. Since 2013, she worked with more than 200 French and international high-level, wheelchair and rising players to improve serve performance and prevent injuries.   

Simon Wheatley

Director, SWNineteen &

Tennis Coach Educator

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Simon Wheatley is Director of SWNineteen. He is one of the world's most respected and credible Tennis Coaches & Coach Educators. Simon has a degree in Sports Development & Psychology. 

He is an LTA Level 5 Master Performance Coach and Tutor. He is the author of 2 bestselling coaching books, 3 coaching qualifications and over 50 Professional Development Courses. He has trained over 10,000 coaches & teachers in over 40 countries. He was formally LTA Performance Coach Education Manager responsible for the Education & Development of over 1000 British Coaches working in Performance Tennis. He is a Davis Cup analyst, and technical consultant to many WTA, ATP and ITF Junior players. 

Eva Borras

Former WTA Player,  Mental Performance Consultant & Psychologist

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Eva Borras has been a Mental Performance Trainer for the past 20 years, providing mental skills training to athletes, coaches, parents and teams in a number of different sports, such as tennis, golf, sailing, padel, track and field, basketball and soccer.  


Eva is also an ex-tennis player, having reached the pro level and achieving a world WTA ranking among the top 500 players in the world.  


Eva has spent many years as a Mental Performance Consultant: 

  • 6 Years as a Mental Performance Consultant at Emilio Sanchez Tennis Academy in Naples (Florida) 
  •  2 years as a Mental Performance Consultant at MAC Tennis Academy 
  •  5 years as a Mental performance consultant at FGCU (DI women tennis) 
  •  3 years as a Mental performance consultant at USF (DI men tennis) 
  •  2 Months as a Mental Performance consultant at Montoya Tennis (MA) 
  •  22 years as a private Mental Performance Consultant with pros and formation athletes 


Additionally, Eva was a Sports Psychologist in Juan Carlos Ferrero Tennis Academy-Equelite in Spain for 12 years. 


Eva is also a professor in two Masters of Sport Psychology. 

Mark Tennant

Certified LTA Level 5 coach, Coach Education Tutor, Assessor & certified Mentor and Transformational Coach

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Mark Tennant is a Certified LTA Level 5 coach, qualified Coach Education Tutor and Assessor, and certified Mentor and Transformational Coach. 

Mark has over 30 years’ experience coaching in clubs and tennis centres in the UK. He has been training coaches for the LTA and ITF for over 20 years and has tutored more than 100 certification courses for the LTA in the UK. Mark was a lead member of the team charged with the development and launch of the ITF Tennis…Play and Stay campaign, working with staff and experts from other major nations. This also involved writing the ITF Tennis…Play and Stay manual which has been translated into over 30 languages, and the ITF Adults Tennis Xpress programme. 

Mark is a regular speaker at conferences worldwide, and has presented on every continent, both in English and French. Mark has presented at ITF Worldwide Coaches Workshops including 2023 in Bogota, Colombia, has trained tutors for Tennis Europe and presented at numerous Tennis Europe coaches conferences and symposiums.  

Mark is a Founder and Director of inspire2coach, a company which he owns and set up with co-Director Richard Marklow. The company offers coach education worldwide and runs more than 30 tennis facilities in the UK. As an LTA Coach Development Centre, i2c has so far certified over 10000 coaches and assistants in the UK. Mark is also responsible for managing the company’s international projects with key partners around the world. 

Isla Smith

Coach Education and Qualifications Lead at LTA 

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Isla has over 20 years' experience within the Tennis & Fitness industries. Having worked many years as a full-time head coach, she is a qualified educational tutor and assessor and now delivers LTA Qualifications, Forums and Workshops. Isla is also a Tennis For Kids National Mentor, Cardio Tennis Global Trainer and Ball Kid Trainer for the Nitto World Tour ATP Finals.  

Isla also works within the fitness industry as an Elite Level Instructor, National Fitness Presenter, Yoga Teacher, Assessor and Internal Quality Assurer.  

Dr. Mark Kovacs

CEO, Kovacs Institute

Executive Director, International Tennis Performance Association

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Dr. Mark Kovacs is a leading sport scientist and coach for high performance tennis players. He has personally coached and trained over two dozen Top 100 ATP and WTA professionals. He formerly directed the Sport Science, Strength & Conditioning and Coaching Education departments for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and was the Director of the Gatorade Sport Science Institute. He has also served as the Senior Director of Sports Science & Health for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA. He is considered a leading tennis serve expert and is highly focused on optimizing tennis specific movement and fitness.  He currently serves as the Executive Director of the International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA) which is the leading sport science and tennis fitness organization in the world with members in over 40 countries (www.itpa-tennis.org).  


Dr. Kovacs is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and he was an All-American and NCAA doubles champion in tennis at Auburn University and has been a leading consultant to the ATP and WTA Tours as well as nearly a dozen Top tennis Associations around the world. He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Tennis Performance Specialist (CTPS) and Master Tennis Performance Specialist (MTPS) through the iTPA. He has worked with hundreds of elite athletes in dozens of sports providing high performance sport science services and has worked with the Brazil National Soccer Team, members of the US Women’s National Soccer Team along with over a dozen top American Universities.  


He established the Kovacs Institute in Atlanta, Georgia where he offers exclusive and bespoke services for elite individuals and companies looking to optimize sport, business and lifestyle success through the latest performance sciences in addition to online education (www.kovacsinstitute.com).

Séverine Tamborero

High-performance coach, speaker, consultant, author and TV analyst

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Séverine Tamborero is a high-performance coach, speaker, consultant, author and TV analyst. Being involved in the tennis world for more than 30 years, she graduated from the National Institute of Coaching in Montreal and holds her Level 4 National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) and has been a TPA member since 2008.  

Séverine is a renowned international speaker and is running her Consulting firm Severine Tamborero Performance Coaching. She works with parents, athletes, coaches and federations of different sports. She worked at Tennis Canada as a traveling and National Coach and has the Director of development for U10 and U15 and High-performance clubs. She was Captain of the 2022 U14 girls World Cup Team and for the 2023 Qualifications the 2023 U14 girls' team 

Séverine led the National Wheelchair Tennis Team from 2000 to 2009, coached at three Paralympic Games (Sydney in 2000, Athens in 2004 and Beijing in 2008) and numerous World Cups with the Men’s National Team.  

Sèverine is also the author of the book “Casser le Moule” and co-author of the book “La performance à quel prix” 

Fernando Segal

Segal Institute Founder &. CEO, International Development Tennis Leader

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Fernando Segal is the CEO and Founder of Segal Institue, a tennis innovation and development LAB. Fernando is described as an international development tennis leader and expert. Fernando is also the author of 12 books.  


Fernando is the Former National Tennis Director in various countries and a member of the committees of several international tennis organizations. Fernando also organizes the yearly World Tennis Conference by GPTCA/SI supported by the ATP creator and director. 

Belinda Colaneri

Performance Coach Development Manager at Tennis Australia

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Belinda is the performance coach development manager at Tennis Australia. She has extensive experience in designing writing and delivering education and professional learning for junior to performance coaches. She holds a bachelor’s degree in applied science and education and is a Tennis high-performance qualified coach with 20 years coaching experience, including coaching, numerous national champions, and international junior representatives.

Belinda was also a secondary science and physical education teacher, working at many of Melbourne’s most prestigious schools. Belinda has a passion for helping others grow to be their best, Belinda is a lifelong line who builds a meaningful and lasting relationships.

Luke Vella

Head of Strength and Conditioning

Melbourne Rebels

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Luke is a Strength and Conditioning Coach with over 15 years of experience in elite and professional sport. He has coached athletes in both Olympic and professional team sports and is currently the Head of Strength and Conditioning for the Melbourne Rebels Super Rugby Franchise. Luke has a PhD in Exercise and Nutrition Science from Deakin University and has a long-standing passion in injury rehabilitation. 

Andrea Buckeridge

Head of Women and Girls

Tennis Australia

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Andrea Buckeridge has championed the inclusion and participation of women in tennis for more than 25 years and is currently Head of Women and Girls at Tennis Australia.  

Andrea joined Tennis Australia as Women’s Tennis Manager where she made notable contributions to advancing women’s tennis in participation, coaching, tournaments, player development and education, including introducing women’s coaching scholarships; managing the Fed Cup team; and being the Tournament Director of over 20 ITF professional women’s events. On moving to the Coach Development Manager role, she is credited with creating and implementing the national Coach Education program and digital learning platform Bounce.  

Andrea has a Bachelor of Education, Graduate Diploma (Psych), Master of Science (PE - Sport Psychology) and Master of Psychology (Counselling). She is also a qualified secondary school teacher and a registered non-practicing psychologist.    

Andrea is a lifelong learner committed to providing opportunities for women and girls to grow, connect and thrive through sport. 

Clint Fyfe

Managing Director @ TFP Academy

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Clint is a highly experienced sport industry leader with a history of innovation and success. Clint’s skills include: 

  • Tennis Coaching 
  • Strength and Conditioning 
  • Business 
  • Facility and Event Management 
  • Conference Speaking  
  • Architecture 

Clint is currently the Director/Owner of TFP Academy, one of Australia’s leading tennis coaching and tennis facility management companies. Additionally, Clint has experience as a: 

  • Tennis Coach of 10 difference Queensland No.1 ranked players since 2009 and 7 different National Junior Championships since 2004 
  • Tournament Director for numerous large tournaments, including International (ITF) events; the largest combined open and junior event in Queensland; and State Junior and Open Titles 
  • Presenter at the 2011 Australian Open Tennis Coaches Conference, 2011 World Teams Challenge Tennis Coaches Workshop, 2011 Tennis Australia Professional Development Workshops, and (Group Leader) 2011 National 10 and Under Talent Development Camp 

Ben Jones


What’s that Racquet

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Ben is the owner of What’s That Raquet, a tennis program based in North Sydney. Ben and his team specialise in the early stages and development of young players. The innovative learning and environment created has seen one of the busiest blue / red stage programs in Australia. 

Ashley Neaves

Founder of The Tennis Mentor

Director of The Avenue Tennis

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Ahsley Neaves is a professional tennis coach, coach educator and programme director based in the UK. Ashley has had a huge success running his YouTube channel and Instagram page, The Tennis Mentor. Ashley has accumulated a combined following of over 88,000. Ashley is also the director of The Avenue Tennis, a coaching programme focussed on players of all ages and abilities. Ashley was also formerly named the UK Coach of the Year.  

Ashley is now a qualified LTA Coach Tutor, training coaches through their Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications as well as delivering Regional Coach Forums and LTA Junior Programme Training Days.  

Throughout Ashley’s career, he has worked with players from tots to tour. He has helped to develop players from age 4 to national champion at the age of 10.  

Sam Scowen

Tennis Coach within the Independent School & GPS Pathway

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Sam Scowen is now Coaching Tennis within the Independent Schools & GPS pathway in Sydney, alongside coaching Sam has a huge passion for Coach Development and is part of the team in NSW. Sam was previously the Director of Tennis at The Royal Sydney Golf Club and accountable for implementing a new strategic plan for Tennis, engaging key internal and external stakeholders to meet the needs of its Members and to implement change. Sam was also the Tournament Director at RSGC and played an integral part in the annual Championships. Before starting at Royal Sydney Sam was Head Coach at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre where he worked for Tennis Australia for 3.5 years and bridge the gap between participation and performance.

Edgar Giffenig

Educator, Coach, Author, Consultant

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Edgar has been involved in Tennis Player Development for the last 25 years. He started his career as an assistant coach for the Men’s Tennis Team at the University of Texas and was a national coach in the USA, Germany and Mexico.  

Edgar is currently the Director of Tennis at the Norfolk Country Club and a partner at TennisGate (www.tennisgate.com); a company specialising in tennis player development media. 

Edgar is also the author of two books; “Developing High-Performance Tennis Players” and “Play Tennis with Passion”. 

Furthermore, Edgar is involved in coaching education around the world and is a frequent speaker at different international tennis coaches’ conventions. 

Tomas Graca

Founder Connect 2 Coach

Runs Open Pro Tennis Academy based at Ballarat Regional Tennis Centre

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Tomas holds a Master’s Degree in Tennis Coaching and Sport Science and he runs Open Pro Tennis Academy based at Ballarat Regional Tennis Centre. He is also a founder of Connect2Coach. Throughout his 20 years of tennis coaching career, Tomas has successfully grown and managed several highly successful tennis programs in Slovakia and Australia and worked closely with Tennis Australia’s Talent Development, Hot Shots and Coach Education programs. 

His experiences working closely with fellow coaches, athletes and parents highlighted a need for better program management tools within the industry. Driven by a desire to support coaches like himself, Tomas founded Connect2Coach. 

Connect2Coach is a cutting-edge mobile application designed to streamline communication, enhance organization, and optimize coaching practices within sporting clubs. Connect2Coach provides a comprehensive platform that connects coaches, players, parents and club administrators in one convenient and user-friendly interface. 

Fredrik Johansson

Tennis Coach & President for the Society for Tennis Medicine and Science 

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Fredrik Johansson is a tennis coach, strength and conditioning coach, physiotherapist, Associate Professor at Sophiahemmet Univertist based in Stockholm, Sweeden. Fredrik is also the president for the Society for Tennis Medicine and Science.  


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Mitchell Turner

Researcher in the Systematic Profiling in Neurological Conditions (SPIN) team at Edith Cowan University

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Mitchell Turner is a researcher in the Systematic Profiling in Neurological Conditions (SPIN) team at Edith Cowan University and a sleep consultant at Melius Consulting. 

Mitchell’s educational background includes exercise and sports science, strength and conditioning and sleep science. Mitchell has recently completed his PhD thesis, which aimed to understand the impact sleep-wake behaviour and chronotype have on match-play and physical performance of tennis players. He is coordinating light therapy trials to improve sleep and reduce fatigue for people living with neurological conditions. He has established international collaborations, published numerous peer-reviewed publications and presented at international conferences and invited seminars. 

Mitchell is passionate about sleep, chronobiology, physical performance and data science. He is a former tennis player and coach but is now focused on improving the performance of others through sleep and chronobiology interventions and education. 

Alistair Higham

Director of Coaching Edge UK

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Alistair Higham is an international expert on match play and momentum in sport. His work on momentum includes advising professional tennis players, footballs teams, coaches, players and athletes. Author of two best-selling books on momentum, his work is also showcased in sports exhibitions, the Wimbledon Museum and he presents on momentum at conferences across the world. Formerly an LTA National Coach and then Head of Coach Education, he is GB Team Manager for World Students Games and currently heading up the GB University Programme for the LTA 3 days a week. 

Simon Jones

Former Performance Coach, Lawn Tennis Association

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Following a professional playing career in tennis, during which time he competed at the Wimbledon Championships Q, Simon established a successful coaching business in Cardiff, Wales where he was instrumental in guiding high performance tennis players to National and World success.   


An appointment as a National Coach for the Lawn Tennis Association led to a 31-year career with the National Governing Body. During this time, Simon worked in senior leadership roles, increased the effectiveness of those coaching Britain’s most talented athletes and also led Great Britain teams to European and World titles himself. 


Simon established the first National LTA Academy at the University of Bath, and he was instrumental in the development of the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Following the successful inception of Bath, Simon directed the same LTA National Academy model at Loughborough University. 

Whilst at Bath, Simon was Team Bath Director of Coaching, which included the role of Chair of the Multi-Sport Olympic and Professional High-Performance Committee. 

The opening of the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton prompted a move from Bath where, as Head of Performance Support, Simon provided leadership to a 60 strong department in the High-Performance team.  This saw him responsible for implementing an interdisciplinary structure for supporting High-Performance athletes, directing teams for Talent Identification & Development, overseeing the investment of a £4 million programme of High-Performance Centre’s, leading the Sports Science, Sports Medicine, Research & Development and Performance Coach Development functions. Additionally, Simon was Chair of the selection committee for the High-Performance programmes and part of the selection committee for the Olympic Games. 

Whilst in this role at the National Tennis Centre, Simon led the support team who were part of the winning Great Britain Davis Cup squad in 2015.  This resulted in Great Britain achieving the number 1 ranking in the World. 

In addition to his sport's specific duties, Simon’s leadership role meant that he was part of the Executive Team of the Lawn Tennis Association for four and a half years and was a regular attendee at Main Board level contributing to the development of the wider British Tennis business. 


Leading the redevelopment of the Performance Coach Education Pathway was Simon’s final sport specific mission at the LTA whilst holding the position of Head of Performance Coach Education and Development.  

Since leaving the LTA and as Director of ‘Performance Minded Ltd’ consultancy, the reach of Simon’s influence has extended from the tennis arena to multi sports including football. This has involved supporting individuals in senior leadership roles, advising on strategic development, the development of leadership teams and personal effectiveness. 


Consultancies included: Goals PLC (grass roots programme strategy development ); The Premier League (coaching mentor / advisor and strategic development); Professional Game Match Officials Ltd (strategic development)The Queen's Club Foundation (strategic development); the LTA (coach mentoring) , The Football Association of Ireland (coaching mentor / advisor and strategic development); Chelsea FC (Staff development and strategic support) Chelsea Women’s FC (Staff development) 

In 2022 Simon was appointed Head of Performance Strategy at Chelsea FC and this is his current role in addition to maintaining his consultancy support to elite sporting leaders.  


Simon holds a Diploma in Transformational Coaching and is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Simon is also an accredited practitioner for Spotlight Personality Profiling  

Simon has spoken at Coaching Conferences worldwide including as Keynote Speaker at the ITF Conference in China. 

Scott Draper

Head of Performance Coach Development at Tennis Australia

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Scott is the current Head of Performance Coach Development at Tennis Australia. He is a former top 50 tennis player and professional golfer winning on both tours. He brings extensive and diverse experience working across multiple sectors (including high-performance sport) delivering leadership, organisational development and executive coaching. His coaching experience is vast, extending from high-performance coaching in sport (Tennis e.g. Ash Barty and Lleyton Hewitt, through to working with countless leaders across multiple sectors.

Simon Rea

Senior Manager of Game Analysis at Tennis Australia

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Simon Rea is a New Zealand-born tennis coach who works for Tennis Australia in his current capacity as the Senior Manager of Game Analysis. Prior to returning to Tennis Australia, Simon spent 3.5 years as the High Performance Director at Tennis New Zraland. Throughout his previous tenure with Tennis Australia (2008-2016) he coached players across the Tennis Australia pathway, including a stint with Nick Kyrgios back in 2013/14.  In 2013, Simon received the award for Coaching Excellence, High Performance at the Newcombe Medal awards.

Annie Pellizzon

HR Connect Manager

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Annie has extensive experience in providing HR advice and educating businesses about compliance and managing employee relations in a modern workplace. She has worked with Employment Innovations for over 6 years and currently oversees the HR Connect Advisory team as Team Manager

Lynton Joseph

CEO / Founder of AATC – Australasian Academy of Tennis Coaches

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- CEO / Founder AATC - Australasian Academy of Tennis Coaches

- Tennis Australia Qualified Coach

- PTCA Qualified Expert in Coach Development

- PTCA Accredited Educator

- ESTESS Diplomate of Teaching and Coaching in Tennis, D.Tr.®️(Level IX of X)

- WTP registered Professional in racquet sports

Louise Broadfoot

Senior Integrity Officer at Tennis Australia

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Louise represented Victoria, Queensland and Australia in cricket, being a member of the successful 2005 World Cup team in South Africa. She is a Cricket Australia Level 2 coach, and works with her local club under 15 girls' team. As an Australian Army Reserve officer, she deployed to Afghanistan in 2018, mentoring staff at the Afghan National Army Officer Academy in Kabul. She served in the Victoria Police and Queensland Police Service for a total of 20 years, and in 2021 left the police to join Tennis Australia as a Senior Integrity Officer. As a sports tragic, she thinks that working for Tennis Australia is one of the best jobs going around!

David Berthon

Senior Integrity Officer at Tennis Australia

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Dave is a life-long tennis fan and has been playing since he was 9 years old and first started coaching as a teenager. He is a Club Professional qualified Tennis Australia coach and was formerly Head Coach for Tennis World at Sydney Olympic Park. His second passion is martial arts and he is a second dan black belt in Kyokushin karate and is internationally recognised as an instructor. He joined the Tennis Australia Integrity team in mid-2022 having spent approximately 14 years in the New South Wales Police as a Detective, including two years in the Child Abuse Squad. Following this he spent 4 years investigating child abuse matters and employee misconduct for the New South Wales Department of Education

Mitch Hewitt

National Youth Programs Manager at Tennis Australia

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Mitch is a Club Professional qualified coach and has been coaching for over 30 years in his family tennis coaching business which still operates today. He spent time as the Head Tennis Professional at the American Club, Singapore, and was a Primary and Secondary School Physical Education teacher. Mitch was also a Coach Developer for 20 years, and since joining Tennis Australia has spent time in Coach Development, Schools and Education and Professional Learning. Mitch has a PhD in Pedagogy and Coaching Styles and has authored numerous academic papers, book chapters and edited books in this area.

Ardian Fazliu

National Adult Programs Manager

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Ardian is a Club Professional qualified coach with over 15 years’ experience developing engaging player experiences across participation and talent development. Ardian has worked closely with coaches across Australia to develop and strengthen the connections from the school to club environment, and now utilises those experiences to create engagement and retention strategies through national programs as the Adult Programs

Rob Urquhart

National Youth Programs Specialist

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Rob is a Club Professional qualified coach with over 35 years of experience in the industry. Rob has managed and operated a number of venues including the Warrnmabool Indoor Tennis Centre in regional Victoria, offering a suite of programs, competitions and initiatives for the local community. Rob is a qualified physical education teacher, having taught for 13 years in addition to being a learning facilitator for Tennis. Over the last 10 years Rob has worked at Tennis Australia in a number of roles across the programming and event space aiming to support clubs and coaches with driving participation.

Callum Beale

Head of Game Expansion at Tennis Australia

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Callum Beale, currently the Head of Game Expansion for Tennis Australia, focusing on the introduction and integration of emerging racquet and paddle formats within the tennis network. Previously Callum has worked across Performance, Talent and Coach Education departments within Tennis Australia, with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Science and master’s degree in Business Administration.

Previously, Callum was a US college tennis player however now finds himself more actively participating in complementary formats of the game.

Nick Jacques

Coach Relationship and Education Manager at Tennis Australia

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Nick now resides in Perth Australia. He has worked in Talent identification for both the LTA and A.E.L.T.C(Wimbledon) and currently works for Tennis Australia as the Coach Relationship and Education Manager for WA. Nick operated numerous academies in the UK and has produced multiple national individual and team champions, where many of these players have entered the top 100 ITF junior rankings. Nick is the creator of the “Thinking CAP” philosophy which is designed to develop competence/autonomy and purpose for young children.

Please note that these speakers may be subject to change.