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Text to 9830-2678 or e-mail info@oncourtadvantage.com to train under the expertise of ‪tennis sports scientist‬ Jay Davern (pictured).


Tennis Lessons in Singapore

OnCourt Advantage conducts the highest quality tennis lessons in Singapore by the most highly qualified tennis coach in Singapore (the only tennis sports science expert in Singapore). Experience the amazing difference that practical application of biomechanics of tennis movement to your strokes,  footwork, court movement, court coverage, strategy and fitness.

Tennis lessons are available to both adults and children regardless of your standard of play or age. Everyone deserves access to the best learning environment, to be treated with highest standards of professionalism, to be taught with the view of the sky’s the limit by being challenged to constantly improve and learn.

The lessons are tailored to your individual aims and specific goals to maximise your enjoyment of tennis, your skill development, the degree of your improvement, achievement of the level you wish to attain, your ability to win and minimising your risk of injury. You will have matches against others arranged for you to practice what you learn, to test your skills and gain the necessary match play experience to develop your game.

The main types of lessons available are:

a) private tennis lessons: one to one personalised tuition for adults or children
b) semi private tennis lessons: personalised tuition shared with one other student
c) ladies doubles team training: players or teams focussed on winning doubles
d) junior singles squad training: students focussed on winning singles matches
e) group tennis lessons: for adults or children
f) private group tennis lessons: a group of your own friends where you decide who can join and how many students train at the same time.

The tennis lessons are available on Monday to Saturday each week and from 7am through to 10pm each day.

View Jay’s tennis qualifications and experience here-> Professional tennis coach in Singapore: Jay Davern and here-> Jay Davern tennis.

427 Responses to “About OnCourt Advantage”

  1. tony ring


    my serve sux
    i’ve studied the mechanics
    and practice often in
    all sorts of weather
    and yet my first serve percentage
    is approx
    i want to develop a power
    first serve
    any advices

    kin d regards
    tony ring

  2. tony ring


    how is Lukas Rosal
    doing this year
    where is he currently ranked
    has he qualified for the US Open
    or when and or how
    does one qualify
    i’m not always clear
    on the qualifying
    prior to a tournament

    kind regards
    tony ring

  3. tony ring


    i am from Canada
    and have wondered
    what happened to Helen Kelesi
    from Edmonton Alberta
    is she coaching now
    or commentating
    still playing?

    kind regards
    tony ring

  4. tony ring


    at the beginning
    of the season
    i always have problems
    with my backhand
    and it takes some time
    to get it together
    any backhand tips
    for me

    kind regards
    tony ring

  5. tony ring


    any tennis promoters
    trying to organize tournaments
    ie gals and guys playing each other
    or girls against the boys
    for fun
    just exhibition matches
    no monies
    to be won
    i bet the ratings
    would be good

    kind regards
    tony ring

  6. Henning

    Is there a reason why the draw a Miami and elsewhere have bye’s when there’s qualifying rounds. Why don’t they fill up the draw so there are no bye’s? The first 78 top ranked players make it in automatically. If they didn’t have any bye’s there would be a spot open for the next dozen or so ranked players.

  7. Wong Ai Ling

    Hello OnCourt Advantage

    I am in Kansas. Found a sport shop, that sells a range of tennis rackets. Can you tell me what size (grip), string to get? I think you told me size one. Saw a racket – Head – Sponsoring Novak Djokovic, will get that range.

  8. Raouf

    Hi OnCourt Advantage,

    Made it back to Houston, and just like last time I took the lesson with you, I feel like a different player on the court. All my tennis mates at the club are wondering what happened to me, I am on fire! I have taken many lessons from different pros over the past 5 years, but you really see the problems with my technique and you communicate it much better than anyone else. We had a one hour lesson and I am a different player… tennis is more fun when you can execute. Thanks!

  9. Chris Skelton (sharapovanovic)

    Congratulations on your selection by the Australian Open official website as a Fanbassador for the 2012 Australian Open! The Australian Open chose this site among the first in a select group of ambassadors because of your outstanding Australian Open coverage and social media commenting, tweeting and online conversation. People can go straight from the Australian Open Fan Centre to read your daily coverage of the tournament. It’s a very well-deserved recognition, and I am delighted to share this honor with you!

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  12. Mahalingam


    Greetings & Wishes from India,

    It’s nice to know about you and OCA through Linkedin.

    It’s my keen interest to collaborate with you in connection to the sport.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks & Regards,
    A. Mahalingam.

  13. Heinrich

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  15. Dr.H

    Thank you so much for publishing the 2011 ATP schedule. It’s December 15 now and I still couldn’t find 2011 tournament dates on the places like the official men’s tennis website that in the past I have turned to for tennis info. Bravo on being ahead of them!

  16. River

    Just found your web site — randomly searching for tennis news.
    I like your goals of trying to build more public support, and encourage
    more people to take up the game.

    Excellent article on the upcoming Rogers Cup (men) 2010 !

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