Backed by the best

REBO is backed by a football legend, world-renowned tennis coaches and industry mavericks. Meet REBO ambassadors: Judy Murray OBE, Nick Bollettieri, Sven Groeneveld, Leon Smith OBE and Sir Geoff Hurst MBE.


Judy Murray is someone you want in your box. We’re lucky to have had the Founder of ‘Tennis on the Road’ and ‘Miss Hits’ in ours since 2016.

We have a shared mission: to take tennis into diverse environments – and to bend a few rules along the way. A force to be reckoned with, Judy continues to do remarkable work to train leaders and get more girls playing tennis by making it fun and giving them the courage to have a go. Just what we’re all about.

And guess what? The former GB Fed Cup Captain believes that training against a wall is one of the most important ways to learn. 

I’m thrilled to be teaming up with REBO. With a REBO wall you can play wherever, whenever you want. REBO wall is the perfect practice partner!


Every time we talk to Nick, he sets us straight. But we’re not complaining. It’s his relentless energy for greatness, clarity of mind and penchant for ‘telling it like it is’ that has taken his students to win over 120 Grand Slams tournaments between them – including Andre Agassi, Mary Pierce, Jim Courier and Serena and Venus Williams.

Founder of the IMG / Bollettieri Academy and bona fide tennis legend, Nick is a fan of REBO and believes in training against a wall (a.k.a. backboard) – and encourages all of his students to do it. Again. Again. And again.

Who’s going to argue with that?

There are so many things you can do with REBO wall. Countless! Practice all of your shots and improve quicker.


A winning GB Davis Cup Captain, Leon Smith knows a thing or two about tennis coaching. So when he backs REBO walls as one of the best ways to learn a sport quickly and improve your technique no matter your level AND shows how it’s done… You hit play on the video below, and listen.

Leon believes that more practice walls up and down the country* will bring about a more active society. We like the cut of his jib.

(*He’s talking about Great Britain, but he’s not going to want to encourage Spain is he… #LeonTheLion)

I truly believe every club up and down the country should have a REBO wall. It’s such a great way to not only learn the sport quickly, but also to practice your technique, whatever your level.


You may have seen Sven Groeneveld as the TV cameras pan to the coach at the change of ends. And if you know your tennis trivia, you’ll know he was there for Mary Pierce, Michael Stich, Nathalie Dechy, Greg Rusedski, Fernando Verdasco, Ana Ivanovic, Maria Sharapova and Sloane Stephens.

Willing to take a stand and a well-respected voice on the circuit, Sven is the co-founder of OrangeCoach with a mission to professionalise sports coaching. And he makes time for us too.

“Joining REBO allows me to honour my past and countless hours working on my game against a wall as a young, ambitious kid. It’s the same for many other athletes. I’m excited to bring this opportunity to more people around the world through REBO. It’s more than a wall. It’s about creating a positive legacy for others to try out a sport with no rules or fear of doing it wrong – and for amateurs and professionals to grow and improve their game.”

In all my years in tennis, there is no other method that I found that allows you to work on your technique in a more consistent, deliberate way.


It ain’t all about tennis. Footballers from Pélé to Drogba – and England legend, Sir Geoff Hurst, pay tribute to the hours of training and practice against a wall.
Sir Geoff became a REBO Ambassador in 2016, 50 years after that famous year for English football that cemented his place as a household name. 1966. 4-2 to England. 3 of which, he scored.
That World Cup Final hat-trick wasn’t a fluke. He scored 242 in 500 games for West Ham and won the FA Cup in 1964 and the European Winner’s Cup in 1965.
If you want to hat-trick like Hurst, get to a REBO wall.

My World Cup Final hat-trick is testimony to the hours I spent practicing training against a wall.I’d never have scored with my left foot without it. A REBO wall is something I’d recommend to all footballers.