Supporting

every

step.

There was a time when talented young players had to choose between pursuing their tennis careers or remaining in education.

Tennis Smart wants to change all that.

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It’s not just about a good forehand and backhand  it’s also about a helping hand.

We believe in helping players along a developmental pathway that means staying in education at every stage of their tennis development, from getting GCSEs, A Levels to gaining a scholarship to a top US university.

Tennis Smart has been created by former British No.1 in doubles Sarah Borwell, who attended the University of Houston before forging a successful career on the WTA Tour. Tennis Smart players can benefit from Sarah’s help and support from the age of 10, all the way through to making the transition from college tennis to the pros.

At Tennis Smart, we nurture young players and help them develop as people as well as athletes, because creating successful tennis players is not just about a forehand and a backhand – it’s about a helping hand as well.

A well rounded education

Make a mark.
On and off court.

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"Thank you for everything. Without your support and push in the right direction I would be lost. I have just had the best 6 months of my life and have improved massively in such a short time."

– British Tennis Player

Congrats to Tennis Ireland Montana Griz Tennis student athlete Oisin Shaffrey . A great interview. https://t.co/tIjCjHYA9x

01:39 PM Feb 20

Lets go Julian Cash former Oklahoma State Cowboy Tennis & Andrew Watson former University of Memphis Men's Tennis s… https://t.co/YXYhQaFJn5

02:09 AM Feb 16

Keep an eye on former Oklahoma State Cowboy Tennis British Tennis player Julian Cash who will continue to move quic… https://t.co/15GRIMXSQO

07:39 PM Feb 14

I would love to see some British Tennis players on this list at some point. https://t.co/e4zNFJP63s

04:51 PM Feb 14

Ellie Millard of NAU Athletics putting the new recruit through her paces. Or rather altitude training for Venus. What a treat for Ellie. ...

Ellie Millard of NAU Athletics putting the new recruit through her paces. Or rather altitude training for Venus. What a treat for Ellie.