Due to current restrictions from the Scottish Government, Craig is not coaching just now
Perth Tennis Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Craig Cameron as Head Coach effective 1st April 2012.
Craig started his playing days as a youth at Linlithgow Tennis Club by playing with his dad and other members. Craig developed a love of the game at an early age and received coaching from Judy Murray (report card available to view)! Craig later moved to Perth Tennis Club when his family moved to the town and played junior and senior tennis for the club for many years.
In 2001 Craig was given the opportunity from previous chairman Geoff Heath and long serving committee member Andrew Pennycook to provide coaching. He completed his coach training and served the club for approximately 10 years before setting his own club up as Craigie Tennis Centre.
Craig is looking forward to returning to Perth with his assistant coach Chris Currah who together have built up an excellent coaching programme for both adults and juniors.
Perth will benefit from a large number of junior players returning to the club both for social tennis and to compete in Tayside Tennis Leagues and Aegon Leages.
A number of adult members will also return and the two clubs will join together to make a strong and forward thinking club for the future.
As of 29th October 2013, Perth Tennis Club is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), registration number SC044375. For further information, go to Perth Tennis Club's entry in the Scottish Charity Register.