Allison Miller

Head Coach

Allison has over 37 years coaching experience and is a Tennis Australia High Performance Coach – the highest qualification in Australia.

Allison has played State pennant, represented country Victoria in interstate matches and won numerous tournaments all over the State.


Maria Bailey

Junior Development Coach

Maria is an Educational and Developmental Psychologist and holds a degree in Bachelor of Education, Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology and a Masters in Psychology.

Maria is passionate about helping individuals to develop skills that can be incorporated on and off the tennis court.


Trent Wilson


Trent coaches our Hot Shots and Holiday programs and is passionate about playing and coaching tennis. He has won a number of competitions across the State.

Trent has completed the Tennis Victoria Future Leaders Program and has recently been elected the Treasurer of the Berwick Tennis Club.


Marita Sigg


Marita has played grade 2 pennant and has served on numerous tennis committees assisting with the administration of the Clubs.

Marita has a diploma in Children Services and enjoys working with students at Berwick T.C and our school programs.


Cooper Khalil


Cooper has been involved with Berwick Tennis Club for over fourteen years and was a member of the winning section 1 team in his last season of junior tennis.

Cooper is a Tennis Australia Community Coach and is studying a Bachelor of Business in HR at Federation University.


Josh Bury

Trainee Hot Shots Coach

Josh joined the Set4Tennis team in 2019 and enjoys working with our young students helping them to develop their tennis skills.

Josh played competition for the Berwick Tennis Club and the Gloucester Tennis Club.


Shane Power

Trainee Hot Shots Coach

Shane joined Set4Tennis in 2019 and enjoys working with our younger students assisting them to develop their fundamental and fine motor skills.

Shane played competition for the Gloucester and Berwick Tennis Clubs and is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychology which includes child development and learning.


Jack Bailey


Jack started coaching for Set4Tennis in 2019 and loves working with the Hot Shots students at Berwick Tennis Club. He loves working with the young Hot Shots students and shows compassion and patience.

He played section 1 junior competition for the Berwick Tennis Club and is currently playing grade 3 in the Tennis Victoria Pennant Competition.

Jack has completed the Tennis Australia Community Coaching course and is currently doing an Arts Degree at Monash University.


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.