Australasian tennis academy enters India

Updated: 18 April 2013 17:13 IST

Groundstrokes Tennis Academy was born in 2006 as a weekend tennis coaching programme in tie-up with Woodrose Club here. Later in 2011, the academy was set-up at six new locations.

Bangalore:

The Australasian Academy of Tennis Coaches on Thursday announced its expansion into India in partnership with Groundstrokes Tennis Academy.

Chief executive officer of AATC Lynton Joseph said: "AATC has agreed to partner with Groundstrokes Tennis Academy with a joint plan to grow the sport further in Asia Pacific Region by providing international coaching expertise. The goal is to provide a clear pathway for aspiring students who would like to take that next step in their tennis journey at a professional level."

The AATC was formed to provide an option for students who want to attain highest standards in coach education at a fraction of the price.

Groundstrokes Tennis Academy was born in 2006 as a weekend tennis coaching programme in tie-up with Woodrose Club here. Later in 2011, the academy was set-up at six new locations.

Topics : Tennis
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