Meet the Tennis Scotland Coaching Team

The GB National Tennis Academy at the University of Stirling have a world-class coaching team leading an extraordinary programme.

Colin Fleming, GB NTA Interim Head Coach

Colin Fleming is the Lead Performance Coach at GB National Tennis Academy. Colin will bring all his experience in professional tennis as winner of eight ATP World Tour Doubles titles, as a double Olympian competing at London 2012 and Rio 2016, member of GB Davis Cup Squad, Gold medallist in The Commonwealth Games in Delhi 2010 and Grand Slam Quarter-finalist of Men’s Doubles (Wimbledon and twice in the Us Open). Colin is currently a member of the GB Fed Cup Coaching Team and Tennis Scotland Performance Consultant.

Colin was previously Tennis Scotland National Coach where he supported lead Individual coaches in the development of young Scottish talent including Jonny O’Mara, Aidan McHugh, Gordon Reid, Maia Lumsden, Jacob Fearnley, Connor Thomson and Ali Collins. Colin also coached the GB Age Group.

Upon his appointment, Colin Fleming said: “The team that has been assembled is unique and I do believe we will complement each other well which in turn will be a real asset for the academy.”

Bruno Argudo GB National Tennis Academy Coach

Bruno Argudo, GB NTA Performance Coach

Performance Coach, Bruno Argudo, is a former tennis scholar at the University of Stirling gaining an MSc in Sports Management whilst combining work as a Graduate Assistant Tennis Coach, supporting lead coaches Toby Smith and Judy Murray with Tennis Scotland’s Junior Performance Players including: Aidan McHugh, Maia Lumsden and Ali Collins. Bruno then set up his own academy in Spain where he also worked part-time for the SotoTennis Academy. He has coached Gordon Reid to 4 Grand Slam Doubles Titles.

Adam Lownsbrough, GB NTA Performance Coach

Adam Lownsbrough brings a wealth of experience coaching players on the WTA and ATP Tours, including Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Yuta Shimizu and French Open Doubles finalist Eri Hozumi. Adam spent four years at the BTT Academy in Barcelona working for Francis Roig, coach to Rafael Nadal, who referred to Adam as: “Extremely hard working, loyal and honest. His experience internationally at Academy and tour level is a benefit to any tennis environment.” Adam previously worked with a number of leading academies across the world including BTT, the Bob Brett Academy and the Kim Clijsters Academy.

Evie Williams, GB NTA Performance Coach

Prior to joining the Academy Evie had been working at the Edgbaston Priory Club since 2016 where she has been working across the pathway from mini tennis to the Regional Player Development Centre (RPDC). Evie has been Captain for Warwickshire county girls’ age group teams as well as the women’s 1st team. Evie coached Tara Moore for a short period in 2019. Evie, a level 4 SPC Coach, is a bright prospect and is part of a Mentorship Scheme with LTA National Age Group Coach Hollie Bambridge.

Millie Stretton, GB NTA Performance

Millie graduated from the University of Maryland in 2019 after playing four years of division 1 college tennis. In that time she reached #22 in the ITA doubles rankings and achieved a 10.6 singles UTR. She began a graduate assistantship at Marymount University the following year, assisting with the tennis programme and completing her masters degree. She now assists the East of Scotland County programme in Edinburgh, alongside her apprenticeship with the GB NTA in Stirling.

Scott Duncan, GB NTA PRO Hitter

Scott is a pro hitter for the GB National Tennis Academy, with career-high rankings of 1274 ATP Singles and 424 ATP Doubles. Scott is a former tennis scholar at the University of Stirling and recently graduated with a masters degree in Sport Psychology. Scott is the joint most medalled GB Unis tennis athlete. He has represented Great Britain Universities four times, including the World University Games in Naples in 2019.