About Us

Who we are:

Spin and Slice is Thailand’s #1 tennis academy and school. We currently have two fully equipped campuses – Bangkok and Phuket with more locations on the horizon. We offer professional group and private coaching to all ages & levels as well as drop in options for people who simply want to play with their friends.

Our story:

Spin & Slice was founded in 2005 by Head Coach, Timo. Timo spent many years coaching both adults and children in renowned sports clubs worldwide. After working as the Head Coach of Piyarom Sports Club in Bangkok for 2 years he decided to build his own Tennis School. Together with his wife, Micky, Timo started his own Tennis School at the Fifty Tennis Club on just one court, where he started giving both private and group lessons to students of all ages and levels.

A year later, there were some changes and the Fifty Tennis Club was taken over by another coach; thus, Spin & Slice moved their school to Udomsuk Court on Sukhumvit 103. This was only a temporary location, as they soon found a better venue at Sunshine Court on Sukhumvit 38, where Coach Timo had many new students, some of whom were top 10 Juniors in Thailand.

As Spin & Slice grew and became more successful, Timo hired assistant coaches to help him with the busy hours and lessons, which soon required two courts to run on. A few years later, due to increased lesson volume and popular demand, Spin & Slice outgrew their venue, as Sunshine Court was no longer big enough to accommodate all their students; therefore, it was time to move to a larger facility.

In 2012, Spin & Slice moved into the Fifty Tennis Club where Timo took over the facility, renovated the club, and resurfaced all 6 tennis courts to US-Open standards. Since then, Head Coach Timo has hired many young and talented coaches who make up the qualified team at Spin & Slice. In addition to the original court space, two mini red-ball courts were built with a roof as well as an orange-ball court for the Junior Program. By 2016, Spin & Slice Bangkok had over 250 students, who consisted of mini players (age 3-7), junior players (age 8-18), and adults (age 19+).