Allison Miller

Tennis Australia High Performance Coach

Allison is a High Performance Coach (the highest coaching qualification in the country) and offers more than 30 years experience as a tennis coach. She has played in the Victorian Country Championships, and represented Country Victoria in many interstate matches, winning numerous tournaments all over the state.

She has coached a number of juniors who have achieved state rankings, and has worked as a member of the Education Committee for the Tennis Coaches’ Association of Victoria. Allison also represented Tennis Australia at the International Tennis Federation’s World Tennis Coaches’ Conference in 1999.

Allison has also been awarded a Tennis Victoria Service Award in recognition of her achievements in both the coaching and administration of tennis, which remains a true passion for her.

Peter Campbell

Tennis Australia High Performance Coach

Peter’s tennis achievements leave little to be desired; a former circuit player achieving a world ranking of #152, Peter has worked around the country as a senior coach for Tennis South Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport.

He has also worked as a professional coach for the World Tennis Association tour, coaching former world doubles champions Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde.

Mitch Brown

Assistant coach

Mitch has been training as a coach under the watchful eyes of Allison for years, and is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Communication degree at university. Not only is he a gifted tennis player and a current club champion, Mitch brings his intelligence, as well as his energy and enthusiasm for tennis, to coaching the ‘rising stars’ at the club.

Trent Wilson

Tennis Australia Community Coach

As a current junior club champion of the Berwick Tennis Club and a district representative in several pennant squads, Trent’s wealth of tennis knowledge makes him a valuable addition to the set4tennis coaching team, with his friendly and outgoing demeanour making him very popular with his students.

Adrian Bol

Tennis Australia Club Professional

Cooper Khalil

Trainee Coach

Marita Sigg

Tennis Australia Community Coach


Good Sports Club


Sporting clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and have a responsibility to our members and their families. We have chosen to join over 7000 clubs across Australia taking part in the Good Sports program. Through Good Sports we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly and ensuring smoke free areas, which we believe will help us to provide a healthy, safe and family friendly environment. Together, we are helping inspire a healthier sporting nation.