Tyrell Diaz StevensTyrell is Australian and has been involved in the tennis world for the majority of his life, which has taken him to over 40 countries in the world. He has competed against many top 100 players, including 3 world no. 1s; Roger Federer, Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick and reached a career high ranking of #915 ATP. During his coaching career so far he has worked with players of all abilities, from beginners to professional players on the ATP/WTA and ITF tours. Tyrell worked with Laura Robson as a junior and continues to spend time coaching on the ATP tour with top 100 players including; Rameez Junaid, Adil Shamasdin and Dustin Brown.

In addition, he has also coached alongside some of the most renowned coaches in the world including; John Fitzgerald (former Australian Davis Cup Captain) and Todd Woodbridge as well as fitness coach Javier Capitaine (fitness coach to Maria Sharapova and David Nalbandian) The experience gained throughout his playing and coaching career has enabled him to develop a unique coaching style which is well-suited to developing the modern tennis player. Tyrell has instilled his philosophy on his team and his players and together they look to continuing growing and developing their tennis levels.



International Coach (certified by the ATP World Tour)

20 Weeks Coaching Accreditations

Grand Slam or ATP World Tour title level

LTA Level 4

Senior Performance Coach

RPT Level 3

Advanced Coaching Certificate

Contact details

+44 (0) 7758631370

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3 advantages to Jo Konta’s aggressive court position

Apr 1,2017

Jo Konta yesterday won her second title of the season when she defeated Caroline Wozniacki in Miami. This was Konta’s first ‘WTA Premier Mandatory’

Is the ‘Net Rusher’ back in Tennis?

Mar 15,2017

Indian Wells the first Masters 1000 of the season in the Californian desert paradise of Palm Springs, is well under way

Federer’s crosscourt backhand fires him to no.18

Jan 29,2017

The biggest match in history went the distance and Federer finally beat his nemesis in a grand slam match after almost

Roger Federer Rafa Nadal and ‘the leftie strategy’

Jan 28,2017

Tomorrow in Melbourne we have arguably the biggest tennis match of all time, Roger Federer versus Rafael Nadal. The Roger/Rafa grand

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