Denver Tennis Coach

Denver Tennis Coach

5.0 (2)
1 employee
8 years in business

About this pro

Rated 4.5 USTA Tournament Tennis player that help you develop your strokes, serve, strategy, and more. I work with everyone from beginners to advanced. Tennis can be challenging, but I promote a laid back, relaxed approach to learning. If you want to get more intense, we can do that too. 

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Credentials

Denver, CO 80214
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Zhen Liang

    To get better at my game. have to play more. But you also have to train your body to do tennis and learn. There's so much to Tennis, it's a lot of hard work. Research what kind of strings would be best for you. At what tension? What kind of racquet you like best and why? I study and research and practice when I can but I don't have the time to practice as much as I need to. But I make the best of the time I do have. if you wanna be better you'll have to put in the work, time and effort. I'm a pretty good athlete and am good at a few different sports but Tennis is the hardest sport I've ever played. Requires a lot. Most of all, I play for the love of the game.

  • Danny B

    This guy knows tennis. Scott is quite a funny dude with a positive outlook. He has the knowledge and experience to help you win matches.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First, I try to get to know them and their personality and what approach to training will best suit them. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

One hour - $45

package of 10 - $400

package of 20 - $700


How did you get started teaching?

I’ve been a personal trainer for 20 years and when some of my clients found out that I played tennis tournaments, they wanted to learn how to play. I enjoy coaching Tennis. 


What types of students have you worked with?

All kinds, kids, adults, from beginners to advanced


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I just had a lot of fun playing in the Denver City Open 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Don’t get discouraged if you’re a beginner. And if you’re advanced, look for a coach that you feel comfortable with and trust. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Where they are in there game; beginner, advanced, etc.  and what they want to do with it. Is this just for fun and exercise, do you want to compete in tournaments, do you want to play in high school or college?


Lessons offered