Martin Terrill - Director of Coaching
“At the age of 13 my passion for tennis developed and I knew that this sport was going to play a large part in my future. My enthusiasm for tennis still remains today through the delivery and dedication of my coaching. Since 1999 I have gained much experience in teaching all standards of players, ranging from complete beginners to county level.
I began coaching full time in 2001 as Head Coach at Don Perrin Tennis in Alresford. Over the years I played a large part in building the business where I had a range of responsibilities; listing from overseeing two other coaches, to organising tournament schedules and arranging tennis training holidays in Spain and Belgium.
In 2010 I started Absolute Tennis at The Mountbatten School. The school were looking for a coach to build a tennis program to make use of the excellent facilities, offering community tennis for all levels of players. I was passionate about creating a tennis club, utilising the experience I have gained working for someone else.
Today I enjoy the exciting challenges that running a tennis club offer both on and off the tennis court. My true reward and motivation is to see people develop tennis as a life skill that the whole family can enjoy.”
Absolute Tennis Team
Part Time Tennis Coach
Safe Gurading & Protection Officer
- Tennis Courses, Coaching, Competitions
- LTA Licensed Tennis Coaches
- DBS Checked (CRB)
- First Aid at Work Competence
- Public Liability Insurance
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
We are Licensed by the LTA
The Lawn Tennis Association is the governing body of British Tennis. The LTA’s license scheme offers support to ensure coaches continue to invest in their education and carrier development. The customer also benefits, as they know that their Absolute Tennis Coach will follow safe guarding measures, including: first aid training; compliance with DBS and supplying references.
We are DBS Checked (was CRB)
The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups, including children. It replaces the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).