Wimbledon Park Tennis4Toddlers
Tennis4Toddlers - Head Coach
Paul Barton
Contact Details
Tel: 07961170675
Email: paul@tennis4toddlers.co.uk
Tennis4Toddler Courses at Wimbledon park

Duration Times Cost
Morning 3 - 5 Year Old Course 4 November for 7 Saturdays 9.15-10am £89
About
Paul’s coaching career started back in 1990 when he travelled over to Sydney, Australia, he worked there in one of the city’s largest tennis centres. Back in the Uk, Paul started coaching at Wimbledon park, shortly after and worked coaching Merton’s top juniors. As a junior himself Paul was a regularly club champion at one of Hertfordshire’s top performance clubs. Coaching now takes up his time and is his great passion and Paul keeps up with the modern game and is always looking to develop his own game and coaching with new ideas. Paul loves coaching all ages; especially he says children who are he says, great fun to be around. Paul has also developed his own system for coaching toddlers, called www.tennis4toddlers.co.uk which is based on over 25 years of experience and international research. Paul has also developed www.londontennis.co.uk  which is a greatly successful online club of adult players growing at over 17000 members. Paul also has a steadily growing tennis holiday business www.tennisbreaks.co.uk which is growing really well and has great repeat clients. Paul has worked with professional players, celebrities and top sports psychologist Dr. John F Murray providing workshops about the mental side of tennis, and has put on numerous corporate events for major corporations.

On the coaching side Paul has coached top national juniors, and has worked extensively with a player who now plays on the professional tour, who comes along to the park when he is around to help with the Tennis4you coaching program. Paul has hit with a number of pro players over the years too.
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Tennis4Toddlers is a fun, structured introduction to tennis for children 3-5. If you want to find out more about the company click here.
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