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Jesse is a passionate coach and enjoys coaching all levels from development to elite players. He has been playing squash since the age of 7, representing Zimbabwe and South Africa both at junior and senior levels.
Jesse gained his coaching badges during this period and has now been coaching professionally for over 10-years. He is always trying to learn from a wide range of fields for best coaching practises and keeping his coaching methods modern and fresh.
Jesse is enthusiastic about squash and his various other passions in life. Amongst his interests are technology, music, podcasts, football, cricket, South African sporting teams, learning, reading, luxury watches, Tesla and Space X. Don't get him started on Elon Musk!
Andy is in his 2nd year at the University of Gloucestershire, having progressed through the junior pathway at Surrey Sports Park.
He is currently studying for a Degree in Physical Education, but returns to Surrey at weekends to coach Junior Squash sessions at Surrey Sports Park.
Andy has been playing squash for 8 years and was a Surrey County Squad member as a Junior. Off the court Andy is interested in fitness, Cycling and Football. He will always offer great advice to anyone who asks him and is great at being engaging and enthusiastic when it comes to discussing the game of squash. He has a vast knowledge of the game and watches and follows all the professional results and keeps his coaching methods modern and up to date.
After rising through the South African junior ranks to end top 10 in his country, Robert moved to England to further his studies at the University of Surrey.
He has been playing squash for over 15 years and has been fortunate enough to have received coaching from some of the legends in squash, including former world champions Nick Matthew and Karim Gawad.
Robert is currently playing on the PSA World Tour with his highest world rank recorded at #413 (January 2020). As he is based at Surrey Sports Park and trains with the university team here, therefore he is regularly available for coaching, both private lessons and group sessions.
Dominic is currently on his 3rd year placement at Unilever. He originally progressed from the Woking Squash Club Juniors and is currently playing for the Men’s University teams.
He is studying International Business Management at the University of Surrey and coaches privately and occasionally the Juniors on the weekend at both Woking Squash club and Surrey Sports Park.
Dominic is keen on building relationships and will always be happy to see you. He will ensure you feel supported and engaged, offering suitable guidance and developing your physical and mental game in squash. He aims to keep his coaching updated, efficient and fun. Outside of squash, Dominic enjoys going to the gym, cooking, watching anime and playing the piano. Feel free to have a conversation about anything with him!
Fin started playing squash at the age of 12 at the Surrey Youth Games and progressed through the whole junior pathway at Surrey Sports Park.
Currently studying Physics at the University of Bristol, while gaining coaching experience both at Surrey Sports Park and working with Elite Squash in Bristol.
Claudia is currently studying Sciences and Maths in her final year at Guildford High School. She is hoping to go on to do medicine next year. Alongside studying and squash she works in care; all of which she loves.
Tom first got into squash through the Surrey Youth Games hosted at Surrey sports park and has been obsessed ever since.
He studies History, English and PE at college and would like to pursue a career as an athlete or a journalist.
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