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Qualifications

1990                     

Lawn Tennis Association
Coaching Award - Elementary

1991

Lawn Tennis Association
Coaching Award - Intermediate (graded 5 in all areas, recommended for professional level award)
Professional Award Assessment Course - Recommended

1994

B.Sc 2nd Class Honours
Sports Science, Physical Education and Recreation Management, Loughborough University
Work History

1997

Assistant Coach for Manchester based Training Squad headed by Dave Sammel. This position included the responsibility of squad Fitness Trainer.
Players involved with: Andrew Richardson, Jamie Delgado, Nick Gould, Tom Spinks, Colin Bennet, Daniel Belcher and Nicola Payne. Travel included Satellites in Greece, France, Denmark as well as Challengers and Tour events in the UK.

1998-2002

LTA Senior National Trainer

Responsible for programme Setting, periodisation and conditioning of male players aged 16 and over.
Players involved included: Arvind Parmar, Martin Lee, Barry Cowan, Mark Hilton, Alan Mackin, Alex Bogdanovic, Lee Childs, David Brewer, Ross Hutchins, Andrew Murray, Jamie Murray, Richard Bloomfield, Emily Webley Smith and Sarah Borwell.

Responsible of position - prepare players and travel to all Grand Slams and Davis Cup, plus many tour events and challengers.

Prepare 16+ players for Junior Grand Slams and major junior events.

Plan and run fitness programme at La Manga training camps
Liase with Coach Education depts on conferences and
sport science back up.

2002

Assumed freelance role training players in Miami and in the UK. UK players include Richard Bloomfield, Sarah Borwell, Webley Smith and Jamie Murray. Miami players include Jerome Golmard and Salome Devidze.

2003

Acted as consultant to LTA Leeds Academy headed by David Sammel. Accepted Full time role as Head Conditioner in September 2004

2000-2006

Martin Lee - Physically prepared him for Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, US Open, Master Series and
Davis Cup 2000/2001.

Tatiana Golovin - Physically prepared her for Indian Wells and Miami Nasdaq/Miami 2002.

Irakli Labadze - Physically prepared him for Nasdaq/Miami 2002.

Kristina Brandi - Physically prepared her for Nasdaq/Miami 2002.

Andrew Murray - Physically prepared him for Junior Wimbledon 2002 and Manchester challenger 2003.

Anna Tatishvili - Physical conditioning consultant (in association with John Mark at Everts Academy) 2002 -
2006

 

2006

Daniela Hantuchova - Physically prepared her for Nasdaq Miami 2006

2006-2007

Anastasia Pivovarova - Physical Conditioning Consultant

July - October 2007                                       

Wesley Moodie - Physically prepared him for Wimbledon and US Open

April 2008

Kevin Anderson - Physically prepared him for French Open and Wimbledon

November 2007 - 2008 

Andy Murray - Physical Conditioner
Conferences/Presentations

2000-2004

Presented at conferences including LTA high performance conference, Wimbledon 2001. BTCA/PTCA conference 2000-2001

Lecturer on PCA physical training module 2002/2003/2004/2005/2006

Dec 2002

Wrote and Presented LTA video entitled "Fit Players", an instructional video aimed at elite players aged 16+

2000

BTCA Conference on 'Court Physical Training Drills'

2001

LTA High Performance Conference during Wimbledon
Specific Movement Patterns in Tennis

2000-2006

Tutor on LTA Performance Coaches Award
3 Day Workshops on Physiology/Movement/Strength/Endurance/Injury
Prevention

2004

Presented 'Training junior players on the road' at LTA club coaches conference.

2004

Presented 'Functional Tennis Training' at Yorkshire County Conference

2005

Presented 'Functional Tennis Training part2' at Yorkshire County Conference

2005

Presented 'Functional Tennis Training' at Nottinghamshire County Conference

2005

Presented 'Functional Tennis Training' at Scotland International Conference

2006 - 2007

Consultancy partnership with Athletes Performance Institute (API) Arizona, USA.
"Tennis specific conditioning"

2008

UKSCA - International conference in Belfast, Ireland

2008

BTCA - Masterclass

 

   
 

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