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The SPTC Coaching Team


Coach, Natalie Grinter

Nat Grinter
Our Coach is Natalie Grinter who is also the clubs Welfare Officer.

Nat holds the LTA Level 1 Coaching Assistants Award & LTA Level 2 Coach Certificate.

She is currently training towards the LTA Level 3 Club Coach Qualification and holds the play test grade certificate.

Nat is also:
  • Qualified UKRSA Professional Stringer
  • UKRSA Racket Technician
  • LTA Registered First Aid Trained
  • LTA Cardio Tennis Instructor
  • LTA Safeguarding & Protection in Tennis Certificate
  • Qualified Miss Hits Coach
  • Qualified Learning Disability Tennis Coach
  • Qualified Wheelchair Tennis Coach
  • LTA Aegon County Award Winning Tennis Coach 2016
  • 2017 Somerset's Children's Sports Coach of the Year runner-up
Contact - 07810 251642 or or visit


Senior Coach, Neil Driver

Neil Driver
  Neil is the Senior Coach to adults at the Club.

He is running the Monday evening adult group coaching sessions (7-9pm) & is available for individual or shared lessons at £25 per hour.

Neil can be contacted on 01458 270131 or 07752 272830 or by email

Neil is a qualified LTA coach (Level 4) with 35 years of coaching experience. He taught economics & coached both tennis & hockey at Millfield School for 25 years.

He played for the men’s Somerset county team for 10 years & then captained the team for 3 years.

In 1991 he won a Volkswagen National Singles title. He now plays for the Somerset 45 & over county team and is the playing captain of the 50 & over team. He competes regularly in singles & doubles tournaments around the UK.

Neil enjoys working with people on technical, tactical, psychological and movement aspects of tennis. He has been specialising in coaching adults since retiring from Millfield in 2011.

Neil is the Head Coach at Somerton TC & also works part-time as a hypnotherapist & psychotherapist in the Somerton area, which links to his special interest in the psychological side of tennis.


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