Adam Brown

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Adam Brown is a Senior Performance Tennis Coach who has been at the forefront of Scottish tennis for the last decade.

As a junior player growing up in Cumbria, he was the County Champion for every age group and went on to captain the Cumbrian Men’s Team as an adult.  At the age of 16, Adam secured a Tennis Scholarship at Sir Hugh Owen School in Wales and then a further Scholarship to the University of Stirling.

Upon graduating with a degree in Business Law, Adam followed his passion in tennis by taking up a job in Cumbria as a Community Tennis coach for 2 years.  From this, Adam moved to New Zealand where he was the Junior High Performance coach at the Waikato Tennis Academy in Hamilton.  Here he worked with some of the top junior tennis players in New Zealand.

After 2 years in New Zealand, Adam returned to Scotland to take up the role of Central Scotland District Tennis Coach, basing himself out of the Gannochy National Tennis Centre at the University of Stirling.  Since then, Adam’s role has expanded and he currently runs and manages the Tennis Scotland Pathway  Programme at the Gannochy.

During this time Adam has created an award winning set of tennis competitions throughout the Central Scotland and Tayside regions, as well as establishing one of the largest Tennis Projects in Primary Schools that has taken place in Scotland in recent years.  He has picked up 4 national awards during the last 5 years, the highlight of which being Scottish Tennis Coach of the Year.