Andrew Foster

Andrew had a very promising national and international junior career.  Andrew was no. 1 British junior through all age groups and reached the top 10 ITF U18 junior.  As a pro player Andrew achieved his highest ranking of ATP 174.  He played in all the grand slams reaching the last 16 at Wimbledon in 1993, where he lost to the eventual champion, Pete Sampras.  Andrew started his coaching career in 1998 and within 2 years was coaching the number one female GB player and had a group of promising juniors which included James Ward (who went on to help GB win the Davis Cup).  He started coaching at The Connaught in 2005 with numerous players going on to play at a national/international level. Andrew really enjoys coaching all age groups and standards. 

In his spare time Andrew likes to travel with his wife Mimi, watch all sports but especially cricket and light a barbeque whenever possible. 

Coach comment:   “This is a great club with a vast history and I believe that together we can create a fun environment where we can enjoy our sport and build lasting friendships”. 

Andrew runs the very successful ‘Foster Pro Tour’ but is also available for individual lessons.