Jess Bull will be leaving the coaching team to start a career with the LTA as a Regional Competition Coordinator on 4th September.
Jess said “I’ve had a wonderful time coaching at Maidenhead for the past 8 years and will miss everybody that I teach terribly – and seeing all of your faces everyday! Although my time coaching has come to an end I will continue to be a part of MLTC, hopefully having time to play some of my own tennis. I’m very excited for the future and what’s to come for me at the LTA!”
Nigel Mann writes: “It is with a great deal of sadness but with a huge amount of pride and excitement, that I am letting you know that Jess is leaving us. I have personally known Jess since she was 9 years old as a very good junior competitor and member of Maidenhead LTC. When she was 14 Jess started her coaching career as a Tennis Assistant at Maidenhead squads and camps and then joined the Maidenhead LTC Coaching Team in 2009 after finishing her education.
During the past 8 years she has shown passion, unbelievable commitment to her players, the coaching team and myself. Her players have represented Berkshire, as well as competing at Regional, National and International levels. Jess has been a fantastic team member and I will personally miss her very much on a daily basis.
Jess will be starting her new role at the LTA on the 4th September and she may continue to support the Coaching Team on an ad hoc basis in the future if she has time. We will all miss her on the coaching court and off it, but hope to see her continuing to play tennis at Maidenhead regularly.
I hope you will join me and the rest of the Coaching Team in wishing her every success and happiness in her new role at the LTA. No doubt our paths will cross and she will be a welcome LTA visitor in the future.”