ABOUT TENNIS QUEST

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Ronan Glennane formed Tennis Quest in 2014. He specialises in coaching kids under 8 and runs our tech team building new impact tennis games for indoor centres. Ronan originally worked in film and TV and later coached his son to the State Championships. 

He opened the first indoor coaching centre in Sydney in 2015 and has recently teamed up with Gavin Janit to expand the Tennis Quest brand in more indoor centres across NSW. A great believer in repetition to develop juniors, his goal is to make it interesting and fun so kids can evolve faster. 

Ronan is also part owner of Impact Wall, a laser wall that reads balls and alters video accordingly. It operates in Tennis Quest for under 5s during the week and as a party venue at weekends. 

 
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Head Training Coach Gavin Janit owns Smart Fit Training and is a Tennis Australia Level II certified coach as well as a Fitness Australia Certificate IV Qualified Personal Trainer. Gavin holds a Master's Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science as well as a Master's Degree in Education. 

Gavin has coached in countries all over the world including Canada, USA, and Australia and has over 18 years training, coaching and teaching experience. Gavin has worked with all levels of tennis players, from NCAA Division 1 college players in the USA, to weekend hackers. As a player Gavin earned a tennis Scholarship to play at a 4 year NCAA Division 1 University in Texas, USA.

As a Personal Trainer Gavin has specialised in sport specific strength and conditioning for competitive athletes as well as general health and fitness. Gavin was one of the 28 coaches selected by Tennis Australia to pilot The Cardio Tennis program, a new and exciting form of cardiovascular fitness for both tennis and fitness enthusiasts.