Are you looking for a club and coaching program that’s one of the most successful in Melbourne?

I’ve played some gruelling tennis matches in Egypt, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, the U.S., and on some pretty obscure tennis courts all over the world.

Lost plenty – but won a few too.

As Club Coach since 2002 I’ve transformed Eaglemont Tennis Club into the leading club in the Northern Eastern Junior Tennis Association with over 20 junior teams. Recognised too by Tennis Victoria for our  club and coach partnership.

My attitude to coaching (read about it here) means every session is about improvement, with plenty of enthusiasm and encouragement (but no bamboozling jargon, guaranteed).

It’s ‘I don’t care what you can’t do, just show me what you can do.’ AND LET’S GET TO WORK ON THAT. Because tennis is a lot more fun when you’re getting better (especially when it’s your backhand).

So you’re interested in learning more, or want a free assessment on your game, or like to join one of the fastest-growing tennis clubs in Melbourne, call me today on 0414 373 586.

And my backhand’s not bad, either.

Shane Scrutton

2015 TCAV Club Coach of the Year Award Winner 

2012 Tennis Victoria Club Coach of the Year Award Winner

Tennis Australia Master Club Professional (2013)

Australian Mens 35 and over singles champion (2006)

Victorian Mens 45 and over singles champion (2017)

Players who play more than once a week, improve dramatically more than those who don’t.

Plus there is a big difference between coaching, and playing competitively where players are required to know how to score, call balls in and out, combine effectively with their partner, and learn how to win and lose (that last point being probably the most important).

And that’s why I’ve added free matchplay sessions into our junior coaching program in 2019 – because tennis is a whole lot more fun and enjoyable when you’re getting better at it.

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“What a great program the Eaglemont Tennis Club delivered us this year. We have been working with them for over ten years and they continue to improve and progress their programs they run for us. Shane who runs our program as well as his other coaches have all done a magic job!”

Blair Runnells (Alphington Grammar School PE Coordinator)

“Shane is a better coach than anyone I’ve ever met

Colin Carbis (father of Jemma Carbis, winner 2018 Victorian Claycourt 16-and-under girls singles and doubles titles)