Have you ever wanted to learn tennis from Olympic bronze-medalist Steve Johnson? If so, your bucket list might be about to get one item shorter.
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea is offering avid tennis players the opportunity to learn from champions of the sport on the landscape of Hawaii’s second-largest island. Aforementioned bronze-medalist Steve Johnson, member of the Davis Cup team, joins WTA champion Alison Riske and Hall of Famer Tracy Austin—along with other professional tennis stars—in the Topnotch Fantasy Tennis Camp Wailea on November 15-19.
Tennis junkies, mark your calendar! The posh Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea just announced an all new program, the first annual Topnotch Fantasy Tennis Camp Wailea. Four Seasons, one of the most recognizable and revered luxury hotel and resort names worldwide, has increasingly been focusing on one of a kind special immersion experiences worldwide, from skiing with former Olympians to triathlon camps, and this is the latest - and looks to be one of the greatest. The camp will feature four current WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) and ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) stars, true celebrities of the sport, It is first-class all the way, and will be held in one of the best imaginable vacation destinations, Hawaii, at Maui’s acclaimed Wailea Tennis Club.
No matter the excursion, event or opportunity—including the first annual Topnotch Fantasy Tennis Camp, held this November at the Wailea Tennis Club in Maui, Hawaii—any trip with Grand Slam Tennis Tours delivers in two ways. First, it delivers what guests expect: incredible food, personalized service, unprecedented access and a unique tennis-viewing experience. But it also delivers what guests don’t expect: to see players on Home Park Road during a walk to the All England Club (as Alize Cornet did last week); to have an Uber called and paid for to accommodate a last-minute change of plans; to mingle with the tennis players and professionals who have made the Grand Slam tournaments the iconic events they are. If you want to see the pros—and experience a whole lot more while doing do—leave it to the professionals at Grand Slam Tennis Tours.