At West Middlesex there is a large team of highly qualified coaches working for the members in order to offer them a range of one-to-one lessons to group coaching, and even beginner groups. Our coaches are enthusiastic and motivated to help both adults and juniors of all abilities to achieve what they desire, in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.


Simon Langley:  LTA DCA qualified licensed coach

Buckinghamshire County Coach. Gerrards Cross Performance Coach. Head Pro/Director of Tennis Thame LTC. Head Pro Lichfield LTC. LTA Coach of the Year 2006.


James Ellis: LTA DCA qualified licensed coach

13 years’ experience both in the UK and overseas. BSc (Hons) Sport Science from Southampton University. Previously Tennis Director at Future Stars Tennis, New York, USA. Head Coach at Advantage School of Tennis, Singapore.

David James: LTA Level 3 qualified + Level 2 licensed coach

Over 30 years of experience in coaching including county and regional training and club coaching in both England and Germany. Ex welsh international and South Wales senior County Player.

Dominik Piec LTA level 3  licensed coach & Polish Tennis Instructor course.

I have over a decade of experience working with children(also as a teacher) and adults alike, in groups or individual lessons.I am passionate about tennis, improving ones skills and meeting targets.

Luke Kitcher:  LTA  qualified + Level 2 licensed coach

Level 2 tennis coach with 3 years of experience in coaching. Focused on the development of both junior and adult tennis players. Captain of the men’s 2nd team for West Middlesex LTC

Miro StojanovicLTA qualified Level 3 coach 

5 years coaching experience. Advance technical teaching and analysis.Available as rallying partner and for drill hit sessions. Teach to develop game confidence and progress in basic strokes and advanced techniques. Work with any level from beginners to advance players. Passionate about tennis and achieving mine and your goals.



Oliver SymesLTA qualified Level 1 coach

Experienced at coaching various levels, ranging from ‘Academy squads’, holiday camps, individual lessons and even ‘tots’ tennis.

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