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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!
Ant has been coaching professionally now for over 5 years and loves taking players from a basic level and understanding to an all round robust squash player.
He is very warm and friendly and has a great relationship with all his clients and is testament to his coaching ability that he has built up a loyal and committed following.
He is extremely professional and goes into great detail and research to help his clients improve their games in areas they are concerned about. Ant also has played at the highest level of the game for over 10-years now and was on the professional tour for 3 years representing Gibraltar as their number 1 player. He attended the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014 as well as being the University of Surrey number 1 player and a regular face in the Surrey Sports Park 1st team.
Fin started playing squash at the age of 12 at the Surrey Youth Games and has progressed through our whole junior pathway at Surrey Sports Park.
He is a brilliant role model for the upcoming juniors at the club and a real mentor for them to look up to and strive to be like.
He takes great care with all the people he coaches in group and individual lessons and often you see his clients with beaming smiles and red faces at the end of his sessions. He makes his coaching great fun for juniors and has inspired numerous players into the game who will become the future stars of Surrey Sports Park squash. Fin represents Surrey and is part of the county teams when they compete.
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.
Rob is an England Squash Level 3 Coach. He has been coaching at Surrey Sports Park since 2012 as part of the Junior Squash Coaching Team.
Rob works across a number of clubs in Surrey and Berkshire to help increase participation at all levels including school programmes to develop new talent for Surrey Squash.
At Surrey Sports Park Rob provides weekly after-school coaching sessions as well as Junior Holiday camps for beginners and intermediate players.
Emma started playing squash when she was 9 and have trained ever since. Having grown up in Bermuda she moved to the UK in 2012 to continue her studies.
Emma enjoys reading, writing, film and music and is currently studying English Literature and French at the University of Surrey. Always happy to have a chat so come and say hi!
From Saturday 19th September, it will be essential for every person in Surrey Sports Park’s communal areas to wear a face covering. This is in-line with the campus-wide policy introduced by the University of Surrey.
The policy does not apply whilst taking part in sport and exercise and activity areas are exempt.
The University considers that the responsibility of wearing a face covering sits with individuals and we expect all our staff, students and public to adhere to this requirement where possible.
Please be mindful and respectful towards members of our community who, due to exceptional circumstances, may be unable to wear a face covering; their reasons may not be visible to others.
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