Jay Davern – Tennis Coaching Profile
Jay is an Australian tennis coach in Singapore who possesses 26 years of tennis coaching experience (12 of the past 16 years coaching full-time in Hong Kong and Singapore). He is a fully qualified tennis coaching professional under Tennis Australia.
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Jay is one of the world’s most qualified tennis coaches, having completed a tennis-specific Bachelor Degree in Applied Exercise Sports Science from Victoria University in Australia. In addition, he was selected for admission into the Tennis Australia High Performance Coaching Course amongst Grand Slam tennis coaches. This course is the highest tennis industry coaching qualification in Australia.
Jay played the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Pro Circuit competing against numerous world ranked players, including former ATP Tour World No.8 and singles runner-up at Wimbledon and the US Open Mark Philippoussis, 2005 Australian Open mixed doubles champion Scott Draper (former ATP No.42 in singles) and former World No.38, who twice won through to the singles fourth round at the Australian Open, Andrew Ilie.
Jay has experience working with ATP Tour and WTA players, and has worked with the coaches of Top 10 players (and even Top 10 themselves) in his role as Official Coach and Video Match Analyst for the former ATP Tour pro tournament in Hong Kong: the Salem Open. High profile players and coaches Jay has spent time on court with include Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Brad Gilbert, Alex Corretja, Pat Cash, Jonas Bjorkman, Sebastien Grosjean, Todd Woodbrige, Mark Woodforde, David Taylor and Paul McNamee.
Jay’s extensive coaching experience draws upon the methods used by the world’s most successful Pro Tour coaches, which he loves sharing with every level and age of player.
Jay is an expert in the analysis and correction of stroke production, footwork and court movement. He teaches all students peak performance psychology techniques to improve mental focus and success.