Anthony Glynn - Club Professional Coach
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About Your Serve Tennis


Club Professional Coach, Anthony Glynn, created Your Serve Tennis to complement his coaching business in 2003.



Your Serve Tennis and its staff offers tennis opportunities for tiny tackers, young kids, developing juniors, adolescents, adults and veterans through its many programs.

A registered MLC Hot Shots provider, Anthony is well placed through Your Serve Tennis to deliver the introduction phase into a player pathway.

As a former state ranked junior singles and doubles player, Anthony is well placed to deliver a quality skills based phase to the developing player.

Your Serve Tennis also offers fitness opportunities through Cardio Tennis, school holiday programs and managed tournament tours, equipment sales and racquet stringing.

Dedicated to delivering a family based orientation to clubs and surrounding districts through Your Serve Tennis, Anthony's objective is to foster tennis opportunities which encourage community and kinship into our great game of tennis, Australia's Favourite.


Anthony Glynn was born in 1982 and raised in Bairnsdale, Victoria.

Tennis has always been his first sporting love, representing his home club and East Gippsland Region taking him across the country to play tournaments, to Melbourne for pennant, and touring in France following his successful VCE year in which he was a popular House Captain.

Anthony was apprenticed in Bairnsdale to Mike Spruzen, a former pupil of Ian Barclay, renown as coach of Pat Cash.  Upon moving to Melbourne for university study, Anthony coached  at Park Orchards TC for three years before being appointed as head Coach at Yarra Glen TC in 2009, a position he relinquished in 2017.

Subsequent appointments have been at Monbulk TC in 2012, Yarra Junction TC and Warburton TC in 2013, and Seville in 2017, which remain in his stable of clubs.

The introduction of various competitons including the Yarra Valley Tennis Series have been an innovation to cover a missing competition step in the player pathway between coaching and ANZ Hot Shots, to junior pennant and tournaments.