Nemeth Godwin Tennis in association with the Wanderers Tennis Academy is a coaching team based in the heart of Johannesburg, suited to players of all levels. The team joined up in 2008 when Neville Godwin returned from the United Kingdom to join up with Ross Nemeth at the beautiful Wanderers Tennis Club. The team is committed to teach their pupils to be the best they can be at both tennis and in life. NG Tennis caters for you or children no matter what the level of tennis played. From kiddies who have just picked up a tennis racket to a veterans tournament player, there will always be a coach willing to teach and assist in your growth as a tennis player. Tournament players are able to play with some of the best players in the country in their squad sessions and receive advice from coaches who have played at all levels (including center court at Wimbledon)
What we offer
Learning tennis starts at a young age and NG Tennis offers all "Play and Stay" levels randing from "Red balls" to "Green Balls" Technical and group tennis is encouraged for children partaking in lessons. Venue for kiddies tennis is at the Wanderers Tennis Club.
Tournament Player Tennis
Tournament players can look forward to squad training as well as individual training is available for players who partake in junior tournaments. Coaches will setup a training schedules on request and assist in match strategy.All lessons take place at the Wanderers Tennis Club
One is never too old to learn. NG Tennis offers coaching and advise for adults who want to learn. Bring your friend or partner down and take part in semi private lessons or have a one on lesson. Lessons take place at the Wanderers Tennis Club.
Many professional tennis players from around the world, including South African number 1, Kevin Anderson (University of Illinois) went to College in America before turning pro. Players get to ensure they have some sort of education as well as training with good players and learning from quality coaches on a daily basis. These days it is a lot tougher to get into college as a result of NCAA clearing house policies becoming stricter. Players need to have the correct subjects at school as well as achieve the right grades. Once you have all the paper work you still need to have the contact to ensure that you get spotted by the right coaches. At NG Tennis we will strive to pair you with the right coach as well give you advice and assistance with regards to how you can get through the clearing house. For more details click here