All coaches working with children hold a current first aid level 2 certificate, along with a working with children back ground check

Sarah Stone

A former WTA tour player, Sarah is the current coach of American Fed Cup team player Alexa Glatch. She played doubles on the WTA tour with Samantha Stosur and was her coach for over 3 years. Additionally, Sarah was the coach of several other professional players including Anastasia Rodionova, Romina Oprandi, Vasilisa Bardina and Christina Wheeler.

Rob Ensor

Rob is a registered Tennis Australia club professional. A Camberwell Grammar School graduate, Rob was recently appointed the head coach at CGS. Rob is a certified Vic Fit master personal trainer.


Director of Cardio tennis at Grace Park sessions run Monday 9.30 - 10.30 and ladies clinic is Wednesday 9.30am - 11.00am

Kevin Gill

Kevin has been Part of the Terry Stone Tennis School teaching team for over 20 years. He is a former State Grade pennant player and director of the King Club in Melbourne. Kevin has 3 Kids and also enjoys remodeling homes. 

Terry Stone


Founder and head coach of Terry Stones Tennis School. Terry is a former Victorian hardcourt champion and Australian Open main draw competitor. Terry has been the coach at Grace Park Tennis Club for the past 33 years.
He is a passionate teacher who really enjoys telling a joke, it's greatly satisfying for him to watch kids fall in love with a game for a life time, tennis. Born in Geelong, terry is an avid cats supporter.
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Adam Stone

Adam was born into the business. He is state grade player and former national level junior. Adam has been around tennis for his entire life, his father Terry Stone had already established his tennis school at grace park tennis club before Adam was born. Adam has an extensive amount of coaching experience from 4 year olds to professionals. Adam formally coached in Germany and in 2005 was Samantha Stosur's hitting partner, the same year she won the us open doubles title. Adam has a keen eye for technical development, available most days, watch out for his serve it's his big weapon.

Tom Zaleski 




Terry Stone's Tennis School