Jaslyn Hewitt

  • Age41
  • Born23 February 1983
  • Birth PlaceAdelaide, South Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • Playing StatusRetired

Jaslyn Hewitt represented her country at junior level, including the 2000 Junior Commonwealth Games. A graduate of the Australian Institute of Sport, Hewitt reached a career-high singles ranking of 304 (May 2005) and in doubles she reached 322 (January 2005).

In 2005 she completed her Certificate 3 and 4 in Personal Training and Gym Instruction at the Australian Institute. In 2006 she attained a Diploma of Remedial Massage.

In 2007 she turned her focus towards coaching, completing Tennis Australia’s Club Professional Coaches Course and in 2010 she undertook Tennis Australia’s High Performance Coaches Course.

She’s worked as a remedial massage therapist for older brother, Lleyton, and at the Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club. In 2008 she became an AIS Pro Tour Coach.

In 2009 she was named as a National Academy Sydney Coach 2009 before becoming a National Academy Manager/Coach in 2010.

Jaslyn Hewitt in the news

Jones accomplishes 24-year first at Traralgon Junior International
Emerson Jones celebrates her victory at the Traralgon Junior International
17 January, 2024

Gold Coast talent Emerson Jones becomes the first player representing Australia to win the Traralgon Junior International girls' singles title since 2000.
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No limits: Lessons from fulfilling careers in tennis
Jaslyn Hewitt-Shehadie during a visit to Roland Garros
23 July, 2023

From grassroots to Grand Slams, volunteer to executive level, the growing number of women occupying off-court roles in tennis set an important benchmark in the sport.
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Weekes ready to shine at Australian Open
Ben Weekes preparing for Australian Open 2021. Picture: Tennis Australia
14 February, 2021

After a focus on development in 2020, Ben Weekes is excited to test his improvement against the world’s best this week at Melbourne Park.
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TA Insider: Hewitt-Shehadie giving back
TA Insider with Jaslyn Hewitt-Shehadie
21 October, 2020

Jaslyn Hewitt-Shehadie, the National Development Squad coach for New South Wales, has a passion to instil lessons from her own playing career.
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