RICHARD AYI DARTEY
Coach Ayi as he is widely known home and abroad has been in tennis since 1979 working with junior players from zero to top 10 in the world. He holds an enviable reputation for grooming players to play for the national team from the junior level to the national level.
Coach Ayi is a must get Coach who has worked with the International Tennis Federation in South Africa for 3 years, All Court Tennis Academy in the US and currently working with the Aviation Social Centre serving for the past 11 years.
He also Works with Ghana Tennis Federation and a holder of level two I. T. F certificates and instructor for level one I. T. F coaching course.
From a humble beginning Coach Yahya has excelled from the junior level as a player into a phenomenal Coach whose hard work is now bearing fruits in many of the young players he is raising, some now representing the nation.
Coach Yahya is also blazing the trail for wheel chair tennis. He's trained a player who was featured in the London Open 2018 reaching the quarter finals. He has given momentum to the development of wheel chair tennis in a manner that wheel chair tennis is spreading very fast to cover all the regions of Ghana.
Coach Yahya holds ITF Level 1 and 2 certificate and is tipped by many as part of the next wave of coaches to take Ghana Tennis to the next level.
His ambition is to be a vibrant and indispensable part of a dynamic team, inspiring and learning from the team, building himself into an epitome of coaching relations, the best of his kind.
Coach Yahya is a catalyst and we are exceedingly excited to have him as part of the team.
Joseph Kojo Doe_Adjani
Coach Doe who began his tennis carrier as a ball boy at the former Sun Rise Hotel now Alisa Hotel, has become one of the fineness tennis players and coaches in Ghana who had won some trophies both in the juniors and the seniors categories respectively.
He has been the champion of the age thirty (30) and above and currently the champion of the forty and above, has a number of trophies to his credit earned from both singles and doubles competitions respectively.
Thirty -three years of playing tennis experience with twenty- eight years of coaching experience, Coach Doe is skilled on tennis coaching and playing. He holds a degree from the Regent University College of Science and Technology with a Bachelor of Theology with Management.
Coach Doe holds the International Tennis Federation (ITF) coaching certificate in both Level One (1) and Level (2) respectively. Currently doubles as the Ghana Armed Forces tennis coach and the Ghana national junior’s team. He also trains the University of Ghana Tennis Team for their various competitions both in Ghana and outside Ghana.
We are exceedingly excited to have Coach Doe as part of the team.
Coach Quansah holds a sacred place as one of the most vaunted Coaches of Ghana Tennis. He is credited to have handled the under 14 team to win gold in Egypt which qualified Ghana to the Junior Davis Cup in Algeria winning Bronze leading to the Ghana’s qualification to the Africa best under 16 and 14 which took place in Switzerland placing third place.
Coach Q as he is affectionately called has raised many great players for the national junior and national team, one of his junior players was awarded the 3rd best under 14 player in Africa. He has produced several players for the Davis cup and received honors as the best coach in Greater Accra in 2014.
Coach Q is also a staff member of the national sports authority and highly credited for winning Gold in the all African games in Brazzaville in 2015.
A regular captain of the Davis Cup Golden Racquet, Coach Q is undoubtedly a man with vast experience and a heart full of service
Coach Enock Godi started playing tennis at the age of 9 in Ghana and had a scholarship to the ITF training Centre in South Africa. Enock brings with him extensive and international experience as a coach and professional player. As a junior player he was ranked #1 in Ghana, and he continued on to compete on the circuit, most notably as a Ghana team representative in the 2012 Davis Cup in Tunisia. Enock also competed for Mount San Jacinto College in California, helping the team reach the California State finals in 2012. He has coached at various facilities around the globe, including in England, California, Ghana and most recently in Georgia. As a professional tennis registry certified as 10-and-under Professional, 11 and 17 Professional, Performance Professional, and Adult development Professional, he enjoys coaching players of all ages and abilities, from 10-and-under to high-performance juniors and adult league players.