Edwin El Guedj
Edwin started playing tennis when he was seven with his father and friends at local parks. From there he worked his way to playing with former national junior players and now trains approximately ten hours every week in addition to coaching.
Edwin has two years of experience as a coach and has been running classes by himself at Drummond for over a year.
If Edwin could coach a professional player it would be Federer, as he believes he is the embodiment of the search for technical perfection, who isn’t afraid to assess himself and reinvent his game to overcome new, challenging players.
When he´s not playing tennis, Edwin enjoys snooker, as it trains mental toughness, concentration and can be very social, like tennis.