For tailored tennis holidays available year round, Mallorca makes the perfect destination. The centre is based in Peguera in the South West of Mallorca, only 25 minutes drive from Palma.
It boasts 15 championship clay courts where you will be based for the 15-hour intensive tennis programme.
There is a choice of accommodation types available within walking distance from the club, from self-catered to luxury 4-star hotel where you could relax in the pool or even taken yourselves off to the beautiful beaches in Peguera to relax. An example of one of the 3-star hotels you could be staying in is the Hotel Valentin Reina in Peguera.
The programme is led by former Davis Cup player and top international coach Ali Yenilmez. He has 30 years of experience coaching adults and children of all levels.
A dedicated coach with excellent communication skills, he heads a team of internationally certified coaches who share his commitment to improving and inspiring every pupil in a fun-loving atmosphere.
Suitable for groups, individuals, couples and families it's the perfect place to brush up your skills.
Reviews from the Press:
The Independent - The 50 best ways to improve yourself - "this is a fun activity holiday," says Olivia MacLeod, a veteran of Jonathan Markson tennis camps in both Oxford and the Algarve. In a group of six, she enjoyed mornings of tuition from excellent coaches and endured revealing video analysis of her game. She left fitter and infinitely more proficient.
Daily Telegraph - "I came away with a reconstructed serve that has come along no end. The coaching was deceptively easy-going and the drills were enormous fun. Everyone on the course felt they had progressed". - Veronica Lee
Financial Times - "It was clear that, while the coaching was seriously intensive on this course, the social side counted for almost as much. In no time at all the social bonding was becoming firmly fixed. Did our tennis benefit from the course?Ccertainly". - Bill Glenton
The Sunday Times - "Physically the camp is demanding but not exhausting. I did learn a lot. I had a great deal of fun". - Godfrey Hodgson
The European - "By the end of the week I was still cursing loose forehands, double faults and fluffed volleys but I had improved almost every aspect of my game – and my confidence". - Andrew Warshaw