Professional Tennis Coaching for Everyone

MTA Coaches

Scott Marshall

All of our coaches have come through the Academy coaching program as
juniors.  Each one has been selected by Scott and has had further training
in Hot Shots methods and the Leader System.


Marshall’s Tennis Academy Tennis Professionals use a method of coaching that has woven Tennis Australia’s Hot Shots (Red, Orange, Green ball pathway) with the Marshalls Tennis Academy Leader System of coaching to create a state of the art tennis coaching program.

The Leader System is based around 4 keys to successful tennis: 

1. Hand-eye co-ordination 

2. Solid technique 

3. Court positioning and 

4. Tactics. 


Teaching the framework of key skills “first” allows the more intricate skills to fall into place, much like a jigsaw puzzle. There are many skills of tennis that all strong players possess. It is the order in which these skills are mastered that is vital in acquiring the full skill set.

Sportsmanship and etiquette are also important elements of the Leader System of coaching.

Director Marshall’s Academy
Associate of Arts Degree
Member of Tennis Australia (Club Professional Coach)
Represented Western Australia in Reid Cup, Linton Cup, Pizzey Cup
Represented Australia in Japanese National Lawn Tennis Championship
World ranked player 1982-83
Winner U.S. N.J.C.A.A. Teams Title twice & Two Time “All American”
First to represent Western Australian at Australian Institute of Sport
Two time W.A. State League winner
Winner East Fremantle Lawn Tennis Club Championship 19 times
Started as a number one State League Player 1990 for Hensman Park and retired as a number one State League Player 2007 for East Fremantle Lawn Tennis Club

Coaches & Leader System

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:

WET WEATHER LESSONS


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.

Programs