Who we work with
US OF TENNIS works with organisations and the following providers to bring tennis to the Albury and Greater Hume Shire areas. All invoices will be issued by US OF TENNIS.
Who we are
Founder & Head Coach
- Tennis Australia Community Coach
- Tennis Australia Junior Development Coach (completing in 2023)
- AATC Level 3 Elite Performance Tennis Coach
- Basketball Australia Club Coach
- Basketball Australia Wheelchair Coach
- Certificate III in Fitness (Fitness Coach)
- Certificate IV in Fitness (Personal Trainer) (completing in 2023)
- IT qualifications and experience
Jon (pictured with his tennis-loving kids) founded US OF TENNIS by combining his many years working in corporate IT with his love of tennis to innovate and differentiate.
Originally from the USA, Jon started in basketball and baseball from the time he could swing a bat. He played hoops at varsity levels and scored home runs at state levels before switching to tennis in his late teens and competing at state levels in Idaho.
Jon was coaching tennis in Sydney when an opportunity to work with the Thurgoona Country Club Resort was the tree-change he was looking for. Through a chance collaboration with AATC (Australasian Academy of Tennis Coaches), Jon is now also Regional Development Officer with AATC and looking to grow new coaching talent in regional NSW and VIC.
Developing the next generation of players and collaborating on innovative coaching pathways is at the forefront of US OF TENNIS.
What we do
Us of Sport
US OF SPORT is our parent company and offers a variety of Sporting Schools programs.
We bring tennis to everybody. Everybody is the us, in US OF TENNIS.
Uniting the physical, emotional, cognitive and social (PECS) states of tennis for each person, each player, is how we develop and coach each individual into the best tennis player or coach they can be.
Reference: Mitch Hewitt, ‘Considering the application of a range of teaching styles from The Spectrum that promotes the holistic development of tennis players in a variety of learning domains’ in Brendan SueSee et al (eds), The Spectrum of Teaching Styles in Physical Education (Routledge, 2020).