Jaymon Crabb and Bryanne Crabb hold coaching session at Bunbury Tennis Club

Enjoying the event: Alex Karatomoglou, Bryanne Crabb, Jaymon Crabb, and Bunbury Tennis Club president Jeff Glossop. Photo: Supplied.
Enjoying the event: Alex Karatomoglou, Bryanne Crabb, Jaymon Crabb, and Bunbury Tennis Club president Jeff Glossop. Photo: Supplied.

Jaymon Crabb (one of the current Davis Cup squad coaches) and his wife, Bryanne Crabb (a current professional coach and previous professional tennis player on the circuit), visited the Bunbury Tennis Club on December 28.

Based in Sydney, Jaymon returned home to Bunbury for a family visit.

Approximately 40 senior players and 20 juniors attended a coaching session put on by Jaymon and Bryanne.

Players from Bunbury, Boyup Brook, and Busselton attended the session and an exhibition game, starring Lois Asser, Michael Frayne, and Cooper Smith.

Lois and Cooper, who are both based in the United States at tennis camps, also returned to Bunbury for a visit.

Jaymon and Bryanne spoke of their time on the circuit - juggling family life with Jaymon being away up to 30 weeks per year with tennis duties.

He provided an insight into the Australian Davis Cup squad as well as each player's training regiment.

Jaymon spends a lot of time with Lleyton Hewitt on the circuit in his professional capacity.

The club greatly appreciated the giving of their time to both junior and senior members, and an insight into life as tennis professional coaches and their experiences.