How To Keep Your Tennis Game Fresh When You Visit Hawaii

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Tennis fans visiting Hawaii don’t need to put their game on hold. Fans can work on their game at a Maui tennis club, visit the pros at the Hawaii Open Tennis, or get advice from world-class players at a Four Seasons Resort.

Go play

The Royal Lahaina Tennis Ranch in Lahaina offers a place for dedicated tennis players to train every day – at a reasonable price. The costs per person are $ 10 for a half day and $ 15 for a full day on the courts. You can rent a racket if you don’t want to bring one from home ($ 2.50 per day) and attend an advanced clinic for beginners or intermediates for $ 25. Information: Royal Lahaina Tennis Ranch, 2780 Kekaa Drive, Lahaina, Maui; (808) 667-5200

Go see

The Hawaii Open Tennis in Honolulu brings together six male and female contenders, including US Open finalist Kei Nishikori and two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza. Watch the pros and maybe copy some of their moves as they battle it out on hard outdoor courts from December 21-23. Tickets cost $ 25 each to watch the quarterfinals; $ 35 to $ 75 for semi-final and championship games. Info: Hawaii Open Tennis, Blaisdell Arena, 777 Ward Ave., Honolulu; (800) 745-3000

Go big

The Four Seasons Resort Maui will host the luxurious Topnotch Fantasy Tennis Camp in November for tennis players who want to learn from the pros.

(Grand Slam tennis tours)

Here’s a chance to get tips on your tennis swing from some of the biggest names in tennis, including Tracy Austin and Steve Johnson. Be prepared to spend a lot on the luxury tennis camp at Four Seasons Resort Maui in Wailea.

The Top notch fantastic tennis camp November 2-6 is for avid adult players with skill levels ranging from recreational to tournament play. The camp will associate a limited number of guests with:

Austin, once the world’s highest ranked player and three-time Grand Slam winner;

Johnson, No. 3 ranked US player and bronze medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro;

Denis kudla, who turned pro in 2010 and ranked 53rd in his career; and

Shelby roger, who reached his career ranking, No. 48 in the world, in 2017.

Marc Lucero, who earlier this year was named Tour Coach of the Year by the Professional tennis register.

The tennis camp costs $ 5,995 per person, double occupancy, to play and stay. Solo travelers pay $ 7,495. It will include four days of lessons, field internships and matches with other amateurs and with pros. Registration includes all planned activities, cocktail, farewell dinner and four nights in ocean view accommodation. Info:

Info: Top notch fantastic tennis camp, Four Seasons Maui Resort, 3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea, Maui; (800) 289-3333

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