Alan Elbourn

Alan Elbourn


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  • Mini Tennis ×

    Mini Tennis

    With smaller courts, nets and rackets and lower bouncing balls, Mini Tennis offers the perfect introduction to the sport for children aged 10 and under.

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  • Miss-Hits ×


    A fun and lively starter programme founded by Judy Murray that encourages girls aged 5–8 to play tennis.

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  • Disability Tennis ×

    Disability Tennis

    Delivers impairment specific sessions to people with a physical disability, learning disability, deaf and/or have a visual impairment.

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  • Tennis Tuesdays ×

    Tennis Tuesdays

    Female only coaching sessions for improver level players.

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  • touchtennis ×


    An attractive alternative to the mainstream game, touchtennis is played on a smaller court and is particularly attractive to beginners and less experienced tennis players.

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Training and Checks

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  • Insured
  • First Aid trained
  • Safeguarding & Child Protection trained
  • Enhanced DBS checked
  • Child Barred List checked

Coach biography

I am a tennis coach level 3 with 16 years experience. As I am now 67 years old my interest is more into facilitating and introducing new players into my tennis club. To increase the numbers and the enjoyment to newcomers. I am also involved with 2 groups of players with learning difficulties. One is for people with Downs Syndrome the other for people with SEN. The work is very rewarding. I have been a member at Faringdon Tennis Club for 40 years and have been a committee member all that time.