Meet the team
HEAD PRO: ANDY WARRY
Andy Warry is a Master Performance Coach (MPC) having started his coaching career after playing tennis in the Hampshire South East Regional squad and at County level.
Heading up the tennis programme at The Bourne Club in Farnham, he started the tennis programme at Amesbury over 15 years ago coaching all age groups and abilities. He relishes teaching a player from as young as 2 years old until they are competing on the tournament circuit.
Andy coaches numerous county and national tennis players including Rachel Morris, the double gold medallist Para-Olympian, and regularly works with the Disability Tennis Programme.
After leaving school Mark studied tennis coaching at The Stonebridge Academy in Epsom and Spain to learn the successful Stonebridge Skeleton teaching system. He is now a LTA Performance Coach and has been teaching tennis full time for the past year. Mark teaches all ages, from Nursery to adults, from beginners to national standard.
Alfie has worked at both GTA and at The Bourne Club in Farnham. He has played tennis for Surrey and is pasionate about inspiring players to love the game as much as he does. Alfie is Level 3 LTA.
Claire gained a scholarship to the University of Indiana and has played tennis at county level for Yorkshire. She has previously worked at Wentworth, Sutton Junior Tennis Academy and Women’s head coach at The University of Arizona. Claire plays for The Bourne Club’s first team and is passionate about building the next Johanna Konta.
Kay is a PTR and LTA qualified coach and has been trained by Judy Murray on the Girls Tennis Course.
She plays for the first team Tennis for ladies and mixed teams at The Bourne Club and represents the County and Country at Badminton, which Kay is also fully trained to coach.
She previously worked at The Royal School and Priorsfield and worked closely with Andy Warry at The Bourne Club for the last 15 years, coaching groups and individuals. Claire enjoys the challenge of coaching all standards and abilities and is especially keen to promote the game to more girls.