- Brad CrosherHead Coach
Brad has over 20 years coaching experience from coaching on the ATP Tour to coaching club level tennis. He spent over 8 years coaching abroad with most time spent in the United Kingdom working alongside some of the most innovative and sort after coaches in Europe.
This has enabled Brad to gather valuable experience to add to his coaching style to get people playing to their full potential.
Brad is now the Head Tennis Coach at Mentone Grammar School, The Sandringham Club and Leighmoor United Tennis Club.
Brad is also a qualified personal trainer and has a passion for many sports, so understands what it takes to help people reach their goals.
So if you’re a beginning junior, an adult wanting to improve your game, or an aspiring professional player, BGCtennis is the right fit for you.
- William DuttCoach
Will has over 7 years of coaching experience. As a junior, Will competed extensively in the Optus Junior Tour, Australian Money Tournaments and Pennant.
Will represented the Mentone Grammar first team in the All Grammar School Victoria Association, including a premiership year in 2011. In 2013, Will captained the team and was selected as an AGSV representative player.
Will has a bachelors degree in Exercise and Sport Science and Tennis Australia Junior Development qualification. Will applies his knowledge in sports science to players of all ages, from beginners to nationally ranked athletes.
- Andres RamirezCoach
Andres is originally from Colombia, he brings more than 15 years of coaching experience to BGCtennis. Andre’s started his coaching journey as a hitting partner for professional players and highly ranked junior in Columbia’s most respected tennis academy.
Andre’s brings a wealth of experience working with high performance players, juniors of all standards and adults. He is a certified cardio tennis instructor, personal trainer and sport’s manager. From the beginning of 2018, Andre’s joined the BGCtennis team and has grown into the head coach postion with his leadership qualities and likeability.
- Anthony TamborrielloCoach
Anthony has been a tennis coach for five years, has played Nationals as a junior and also participated in AMT tournaments.
He played in the first team for MG for seven years where he became captain and won two premierships.
Anthony was an AGSV team representative for two years and in 2016 was captain and alongside completing his Junior Development course in 2018 he has been a hitting partner for Australian Open Junior players.
He has coached SCOPE wheelchair participants, has a Cert III in Sports Coaching from the Australian YMCA Institute of Education, is trained in first aid and is currently undergoing the Club Professional course at Tennis Australia.