Summer Term 2017

Tennis on the Road

The Gordonstoun tennis delivery team are very grateful for the opportunity afforded them by the Tennis on the Road programme to develop their coaching and teaching for all of the Gordonstoun players. It was a great privilege to work with Judy Murray, whose energy and enthusiasm at the end of a long day inspired us all. We were similarly very privileged to be able to tap into the expertise of Kris Soutar whose innovative approach to coaching tennis gave us much food for thought and a multitude of appropriate and adaptable coaching routines throughout our all too short session. We are grateful to Kirsty Humphries, Regional Development Manager for the SLTA, for facilitating this session.

Gordonstoun PE teachers and senior tennis students with the Tennis on the Road team

Judy Murray starts the session   Tips from a top coach for teachers and students

All of the coaches and senior students thoroughly enjoyed their time with Judy and Kris and some have even improved their tennis as well as their coaching.


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