Dino Pavlou has been playing competitive tennis for the past 29 years. He was top junior national player. He has represented both South Africa and Cyprus internationally. Dino had a very successful tennis academy in Cyprus for 11 years before relocating back to South Africa in 2012. He developed many top ranked players. While in Cyprus he played on a professional level, being on the ATP circuit and representing Cyprus in the Davis Cup. He has worked with top ranked players such as Marcos Baghdatis and Nadia Petrova.
Dino’s love and passion for the game and motivation to deliver an excellent service has aided him over the years to be a successful and internationally recognised tennis coach.
Dino is focused on constantly developing his coaching skills and theoretical knowledge of the game to ensure he is constantly delivering the latest techniques in this ever-evolving game of tennis.
Dino is passionate about helping people experience the enjoyment of improvement in their tennis game.
Dino firmly believes that tennis is a game for life. And wants people to share his love for tennis.
Contact Dino: 082 423 4724
Bryn has been playing competitive tennis for the past 16 years. Bryn played at an international level representing Zimbabwe. He also played tennis for TUKS, the university of Pretoria, while studying for his degree in Sports Science. He was fortunate enough to be trained by Byron and Wayne Black, who were ATP world doubles, No 1’s.
Bryn acquired a degree in Sports Science, specializing in development and physiology. This is a huge advantage to our students, as all lessons are structured specifically for their needs to reach their potential as quickly as possible.
Bryn has a keen interest in working with people of all ages and skill levels with a focus on developing modern techniques, physical development, metal confidence and overall tennis ability.
Wayne has been playing tennis competitively for 17 years. During those years, he was fortunate enough to play at both provincial and national levels, reaching a high of 20 in the country, Wayne also competed on the ITF Junior Circuit.
He has a degree in Sport science from the university of Pretoria mainly focusing on biomechanics and physiology, pertaining to a tennis specific environment. During his studies, he represented the University of Pretoria for 2 years and competed at the USSA’s.
Wayne coached at Boca West Country club in the USA.
Wayne has been a coach for 6 years, focusing on a wide variety of players from beginners to performance athletes. Wayne has a true passion for the sport of tennis that he carries through in every lesson and his wide skill level base will be beneficial to a player of any level.