Our Academy based programs are taking a break for 2020. Director and Founder of the Academy Jeff Schneider will be working with Taiyo Yamanaka's (Top 100 ITF Junior) as his fulltime tour coach. In Jeff's absence we have decided for 2020 to close our teaching base at Sanctuary Cove Rec Club. We are disappointed that we will no longer be able to train our academy athletes but we will offer a mentoring role in 2020 to keep track of their progress and help where ever we can.
Activa Tennis has merged with Sanctuary Cove Tennis
Founder Jeff Schneider has grown up in the competitive world of tennis as a highly ranked junior player in Australia, an experienced pro circuit player (low 300 ATP Ranking) and tennis administrator (State Coach of WA and Schleswig Holstein Nth Germany).Jeff understands the journey that both casual and professional players need to make and has put together challenging but fun programs to keep you active and motivated, programs such as HOTSHOTS, Yellow Ball to performance and elite junior training that will guide your children thru to competition and tournament success. We also have a number of highly regarded Adult coaching clinics and socials that have been popular and ongoing here for many years.
Our training program is first class and fun for all level with an active data base tracking our hotshots (junior) program making sure that we know each students strengths and weaknesses. Our performance and elite program offers a high level of coaching expertise from renowned Australian Tennis Coach Jeff Schneider who has worked in elite development for Tennis Australia for many years. Jeff has coached some of Australia's brightest juniors during their development years. Players such as Mark Philippoussis (top ten ATP), Andrew Illie (Top 50 ATP), Jaymon Crabb top 200 (semi-finalist at junior Wimbledon, winner at Queens Club & 2015 on Lleyton Hewitts coaching team), James Sekulov (Top 100 ATP) and many others...
Jeff has a keen eye for good form and years of experience travelling with junior players all over world from the World Junior Champs in Asia to the tough ETA and ITF European junior clay court circuit and local QLD AMT and junior circuits.