The future of tennis looks bright in Trinidad and Tobago as twenty two local participants embraced the opportunity to become a level 1 coach with fourteen being former nationals. Four participants from Grenada were also invited.

The group experienced great weather for twelve days as participants went through the various phases (individual, group, level of play and written exam) of the course.

Successful coaches will have to organize the programme for a period of six months, introducing children from grass roots areas which are part of the continuous assessment. On completion, it is hoped that more children will come to enjoy this great lifelong sport.

A quote from Mr Aaron Woolford summed up the experience of the coaches, “for a predominantly individual sport, we sure are social!”