Tennis anyone? If you’re looking for an extraordinary week of tennis action, wellness activities and the warmest Caribbean hospitality, hosted by three internationally renowned players, look to Curtain Bluff, an expert in tennis events and Caribbean luxury in Antigua. This week Curtain Bluff hosts The Perfect Match, and I am so excited to get a first-hand experience. Check it out!
THE PERFECT MATCH
Tennis and Wellness
November 15-22, 2014
Extraordinary tennis is only a part of Curtain Bluff’s extraordinary allure. Its other activities include swimming/snorkeling off our two beautiful white- sand beaches, diving, deep-sea fishing, catching the breeze on a Hobie Cat or Windsurfer, paddleboarding or waterskiing on our protected bay. You can play squash in our glass-back court, play half- court basketball and swim in our pool. Or you can simply relax, swinging in a beach hammock to the sound of the waves or enjoying a soothing treatment at our award-winning spa.
Formerly Britain’s #1 women’s player and the youngest Briton to play Senior Wimbledon in nearly 100 years, Annabel has ranked among the world’s top 24. She is now a
household name reporting and commentating for BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky Sports, Eurosport and at many international events. Her most recent role: tennis presenter for the hit tennis show “Game, Set and Mats.”
Also a former British #1 tennis player, Andrew is a double Olympian, having represented Great Britain at the Olympics in Seoul (1988) and Barcelona (1992). He has been the BBC’s lead commentator on the last 10 Wimbledon men’s singles finals (working alongside John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Jimmy Connors) and also commentates on Sky and Eurosport. Every year he hosts the World Tennis Champions Dinner in Paris and the Wimbledon Champions Ball in London.
OWEN “DAVO” DAVIDSON
During a 15-year tennis career, Davo earned an impressive 12 Grand Slam titles and won the mixed doubles four times at both Wimbledon and the US Championships/Open. A career singles highlight came in 1966 at the Wimbledon semi-finals, when he narrowly lost a thrilling five-set match to Manolo Santana. Davo was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2010.
See more tennis events coming up at Curtain Bluff.