Origin: United Kingdom
Accreditation: LTA Level 2, PTR, Played National & International Standard
Plays: Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Born into a big tennis family, Tim started his tennis journey at the Pavillion & Avenue Tennis Club in Brighton, United Kingdom, at the age of 4.
His family moved to Spain when he was aged 7 to pursue fluency in a second language and play tennis full-time.
Under his father’s guidance (Master Coach LTA Level 5), Tim’s brother and Sister, Robert & Nadia Lee both acquired international ITF & WTA world rankings and played Division 1 NCAA College tennis in Texas, USA.
Throughout his time in Spain, Tim experienced training at some world-renowned academies such as JC Ferrero Equelite Tennis Academy in Alicante, and Sanchez-Casal Academy in Barcelona.
At the age of 18, Tim moved to the UK to further his coaching career. While completing his studies at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, Tim acquired his International Coaching Certificates from the Lawn Tennis Association.
Tim has a Bachelor of Marketing and a Master’s in Information and Technological Studies.
His coaching philosophy is similar to the Spanish methodology of gritty tough training coupled with a clear focus on developing the correct technique from an early stage in one’s tennis career.
Following his passion for the sport and love for coaching, Tim is now based in Singapore coaching full-time and plays tournaments when he can!
Head Coach Jon
Name: Jonathan Disley
Origin: United Kingdom
Accreditation: Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) Level 3, Played National & International Standard
Plays: Right-handed, single-handed backhand
Jon is a Level 3 accredited Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) coach who began playing tennis at the age of six at La Manga Club resort in Spain.
As a junior, Jon competed for both Hertfordshire and Essex county teams in the UK and at the age of 16 went on to attend the world-renowned Nick Bollitterri tennis academy, in Florida.
Jon was then offered a sports scholarship at Division 1 college in the United States, New York.
After 3 years as a student-athlete, Jon returned to England to complete a Masters’s Degree and held the position of both the University Coordinator, as well as Head Coach of the tennis programmes at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. He did this whilst also coaching at the Bishop Stortford Tennis Club and Newmarket Tennis Club.
Jon now has more than 13 years of coaching experience teaching every level of player, ranging from junior beginners and adults to advanced performance players (and anyone in between).
Jon’s coaching philosophy is based on giving players the best tactical understanding of the sport and then developing the correct technique for each scenario they could be faced with.
Jon wants to give each player all of the tools they need to feel confident in any situation on the tennis court and for them to develop an “all-court game”, fitness and well-being.
Name: Moritz Wittmann
Accreditation: Assistant Coach Badischer Tennisverband, Mentorship Program Schöneck, Played National Standard
Plays: Right-Handed, One-Handed Backhand
Moritz started playing tennis when he was 6 years old and played in a lot of local tournaments as well as in the highest youth league in southern Germany.
When he was 14 years old, his journey as a tennis coach began with the mentorship program at the internationally renowned sports school Schöneck in Karlsruhe.
For several years he managed and organised the extracurricular activity Tennis at his secondary school.
Since then he continuously coached local players from TC Blau-Weiß Villingen, SC Pfaffenweiler and SV Litzelstetten.
In 2017, he became an Assistant Coach of the Badischer Tennis Verband (BTV).
Coach Moritz is studying ‘Asian studies and Management – Southeast Asia’ for his Bachelor’s degree and is currently in Singapore to deepen his knowledge about the region.
His philosophy of coaching relies on the concept of ‘play smarter not harder’ and building up the right mindset and confidence on the court.
With good technique, a varied play style and the focus to dominate the game, every opponent can be beaten.