Godwin Johnson

 BTC Proprietor and Head Coach - Godwin Johnson
Godwin qualified as a professional tennis instructor at the Beaconsfield School of Lawn Tennis. He earned
his second professional qualification from the United States Professional Tennis Association, and his third in the same year from the United States Professional Tennis Registry.  After Godwin completed his course at the Beaconsfield School of Lawn Tennis, he joined the teaching staff at the BSLT.

In 1986-1988 he became the Northwest Missouri State University men and women's team assistant coach. During this period the University's men's tennis team was ranked in the top ten in the American Universities tennis conference and the women's team was ranked in the top twenty in the nation. It was also at this time that Godwin earned his batchelors and masters degrees.

                                                                                                                 
    Godwin


Godwin was also a player in the team for four years. During this time he amassed a very successful winning record as a player. In 1987 he led both the men's and the women's team to win the M.I.A.A. conference title, that being the first time ever that two teams from the same school had won the Conference title at the same time. At the end of 1987 both teams became nationally ranked.
Godwin Johnson has played professional tennis for the period of 5 years. 

He was appointed assistant national coach of the Nigerian LTA making him one of the youngest people to be made a national coach. Godwin Johnson has played and coached at the highest possible level.