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Noah Bettauer

Noah grew up in Victoria, B.C. where he attended Oak Bay High, as well as the Canadian Sport School program at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence. He has played tennis since the age of 4, and has pursued the sport at a competitive, high performance level since the age of 12. In the junior category, Noah qualified for the provincial championships on four occasions. Now, Noah is co-captain of the UBC Men’s Tennis Team, helping lead them to a recent victory at the Canadian University National Championships.


The majority of Noah’s coaching experience has taken place at Oak Bay recreation center in Victoria B.C., where since 2016 he has led both group and private lessons for a wide range of ages and levels. From 2018-2021 Noah held the team lead position at the Oak Bay Rec Summer Tennis Camps, where on top of being the lead tennis coach, he was responsible for delegating tasks, overseeing lesson plans, managing conflict, and communicating professionally with patrons and supervisors. Noah has significant experience in creating a safe, organized, and fun environment for tennis players of all ages.


Currently, Noah is completing an undergraduate degree in Natural Resources Conservation at UBC. Outside of tennis, he enjoys backcountry camping, playing piano, and reading in the forest.


  • Tennis Canada Instructor Level 1

  • 7+ years of coaching experience

  • First Aid and CPR-C certified

  • UBC Men’s Tennis Team 2018-2022

  • Team Captain 2020-2022

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