Fancy brushing up on your tennis skills?

As winter approaches and the weather gets a little bit cooler, it’s prime time for heading into the sun for a spot of outdoor sports; and we have just thing to get you back into the swing of things…

From December 4 to 8, Jumeirah Beach Hotel are set to host the World Tennis Camp.

The programme offers participants an all-star line-up of both coaches and players.

The five-day course will include eight hours of group instruction as well as ten hours of additional formats including individual instruction, pro-am doubles, live-ball action as well as various drills and exhibitions.

On top of that, there’ll also be camp awards, gifts, photos, a welcoming party and an awards dinner.

So whether you’re just looking for something for your kids to do over the winter break, or are looking to refresh your tennis game, there’s something for everyone.

In case you need more convincing, the World Tennis Camp is hosted by Peter Burwash International (PBI), named after the tennis hall-of-famer who won 19 international singles and doubles titles throughout his career.

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Since founding PBI, over three million tennis enthusiasts have taken part in his programmes.

Speaking about the World Tennis Camp, Dubai-based PBU President Rene Zondag said: “All players will have the opportunity to greatly improve their games by working with some of our best coaches.

“At the same time, the diversity of guests from around the world at our PBU World Tennis Camps always provides excitement, fun and memorable social opportunities.

“We look forward to welcoming tennis players and PBU friends and students to an incredible tennis experience.”


The cost of the five-day camp is Dhs3,286 per person.

If you’re interested, you can register on PBI’s website.

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