Professional Tennis Coaching for Everyone

About Marshall’s Tennis Academy

Marshall's Tennis Academy was established in 1958 by Wimbledon player Arthur Marshall and is now directed by Australian, State & A.I.S. representative Scott Marshall.

Marshall’s Tennis Academy has been involved in every aspect of Western Australian Tennis from managing state teams, running state squads, developing elite coaches, producing state champions, running tennis camps, tennis shops and tennis tournaments. Arthur Marshall learnt his trade under the eye of Harry Hopman with players Rob Laver, Lew Hoad, Ken Rosewall and company. Scott Marshall trained under Ray Ruffles and Bob Carmichael at the Australian Institute of Sport with the next generation of Australian players, Pat Cash, Wally Masur, Mark Kratzman, Simon Youl and other top Australian players. We have drawn on two generations of elite tennis experience and knowledge to put together a state of the art tennis coaching system.

Marshall’s Tennis Academy has run the Tennis Classic for over 40 years giving thousands of juniors the opportunity to experience tournament tennis. Some of the winners who have gone on to compete on the Pro Tour are Pat Cash, Liz Smiley,  Jenny Byrne, Paul Killderry, Casey Dellaqcua, Brydan Klein and many more.

Many of Marshall’s Tennis Academy players have gone on to become not only State Tennis Champions and top Western Australian tennis coaches but also Administrators, Co-ordinators and contributors to the tennis community.

Our objective is to give our players the skills and knowledge required to play the game of tennis at the level they aspire to and to maximise the player’s enjoyment, in all aspects, of the game of tennis.

Fees must be paid to Marshalls Tennis Academy by cash, cheque or on-line payment.
Enrolment will only be accepted with an enrolment form accompanied by a physical payment (if enrolling in person) or EFT if enrolling online (using surname as reference).

For programs information and online enrolment use the links below:


If weather is doubtful, players should attend at class time, with appropriate wet weather attire. E.g. spray jacket or rain coat. The coach will make a decision to cancel the class or conduct the class under cover. If players choose not to attend on doubtful days they risk missing the class. Any classes cancelled by Marshall’s Tennis Academy will be added to the end of the term.