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HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH GREG BAMFORD:


Greg Bamford’s qualifications include:

RPT Level 5 National Master Professional,

USPTA Level 4 Elite Coach, Director of Tennis with RPT,

Member of the International Coaches Institute,

LTA Level 4 Senior Performance Coach and another Level 4 Senior Club Coach.


In 1991 for six months, he also studied the Hanson Award  to teach sports to handicapped people.


GREG’S SPECIALITY: Mental Toughness, Technique,  Injury Prevention, Diet & Nutrition and WINNING.


Greg has some 59 years experience in sports.



Currently since 2015, Greg is teaching tennis in South park in Fulham where he is Head Coach of a team of three assistant coaches teaching adults and children.


Most of the work is with children where coach Greg has had the following success:


In 2017 Greg had one 7 year old girl,  9 year old and 10 years old boys all winning their tournaments.


In 2018,  one 8 year old girl,  and  an  11 year old boy

both winning their tournaments.


In 2019 one 10 year old boy won his tournament.









TESTIMONIALS


Testimonials from some of Greg Bamford’s Clients are listed.

His successes with adult singles, doubles teams and junior coaching speak for themselves!


Testimonials


His 59 years experience in sports as follows:


London schoolboy  Judo team champion in 1963/4 and boxing champion in 1962/3.


From 1971 to 1980 (Greg studied Karate achieving 1st kyu brown belt at 1976/7.


He has played tennis since 1976 (teaching himself) and started coaching doubles teams in 1982 with immediate and constant successes throughout the 80’s, 90’s and 20’s up to 2009 winning all marches played every  year.


Then at Kensington Prep school in 2012.  


In the 1970’s Greg devoted 8 years to Karate. During this time he became mentally tough. It is the teaching of progression techniques acquired through karate that he used to teach tennis ten years prior to taking any formal tennis coaching qualifications. Now since about 2008, most coaches teach progression techniques.