Coach Nathanael is loved by his students as they truly feel his caring and dedication through his high-level tennis coaching. He has helped numerous kids to significantly improve their tennis skills, and more importantly to love tennis, which makes him exceptional to other coaches.
Drawing from his own childhood coach having profound impact on his life growing up, his ultimate goal is instilling passion for excellence in all his students so that they will ultimately succeed in life long after they leave our academy.
KNOWN AS A NURTURING FIGURE
Coach Nathanael's tennis journey is deeply influenced by his childhood coach, the late Gondo Widjojo, whose guidance had a profound impact on Coach Nathanael's tennis success, shaping him both as a player and a mentor.
This tribute highlights the significance of skilled coaches in nurturing young talent and shaping their paths in the sport.
A TRIBUTE TO HIS OWN CHILDHOOD COACH
Gondo Widjojo made history, with Atet Wijono, as the first two Indonesian men to compete in Men's Tennis Grand Slams; Australian Open 1968, French Open 1971 and US Open 1971.
Inspired by Gondo's legacy, Coach Nathanael brings his expertise and experience to Tenez Academy, fostering an environment where aspiring players can flourish and achieve their utmost potential.
INDONESIAN LEGEND : GONDO WIDJOJO
Best coach I ever met.
I have improved a lot by his teaching. He makes me more passionate and better every lesson.
He inspires me to be great.
He pushed me to do better and try harder.
I know my coach is tough because
he wants me to succeed.
〃The training is very intense, but it has helped me with so many things, not just tennis.
〃Every class is an enjoyable moment.
〃He is a strict and tough coach, but he helped me realize my full potential.
〃Coach Nathanael helped me rediscover my passion for tennis.
〃He instills discipline in me and reinforces good techniques for me to become a better player.