With over 25 years working in tennis as a professional player, coach, IMG agent and radio commentator, David Felgate is best known for his 9 years coaching Tim Henman, former No. 4 in the world. David was Director of Performance at the Lawn Tennis Association from 2003-2006 and also sat on the ATP Board as a player representative.
Colin played professional tennis for 10 years, competing in a number of grand slam qualifiers and a main draw at Wimbledon.
He previously worked for the LTA for 17 years, coaching many players including Anne Keothavong and more recently Kyle Edmund. He has also held the roles of Fed Cup captain and currently Davis Cup coach, and also successfully captained the Junior Davis Cup team.
Mark has worked in tennis for over 25 years as a National coach in both Australia and in Great Britain and has coached a large number of players including Dan Evans and Freya Christie. He has also coached many players that have gone on to have ATP and WTA rankings including all three members of the winning U14 World Cup team.
Lucie is a former British no.1 and has been coaching for over 12 years, working with a number of top junior and senior players. She is part of the Eurosport commentary team and Live at Wimbledon Radio team. Lucie is also a qualified LTA Coach Education tutor.
Having played on the ITF and ATP Challenger Tour, Jack has been coaching all levels since 2014, including top GB juniors and most recently at the Reed's School Tennis Academy.
Former British No. 7, Morgan trained as a young player at the Tennisval Academy in Valencia, Spain and began coaching there in 2013. He is the former coach of Evgeny Donskoy, Daniel Gimeno Traver and most recently, James Ward.
Former professional James Davidson, has worked with Aliaz Bedene, James Ward and Jamie Murray. James currently works with French player Jeremy Chardy.
Alex joined us having retired from competitive tennis in 2018. Alex reached an ATP singles career high of 242. He won 14 singles futures titles and played Wimbledon Main Draw in 2016 and 2017.