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Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas
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Atlantis Paradise Island Resort & Casino

Paradise Island, Bahamas




Four Seasons Nevis

Welcome back to Nevis! Enjoy a complimentary third night with every two paid nights at Four Seasons Resort Nevis!, a modern embodiment of the spirit and soul of the Caribbean. Reimagined and revitalized, but rooted in history and heritage, this otherworldly beachfront oasis offers everything you could want in a luxury getaway. Tennis lovers can play at the Caribbean's No. 1 tennis centre, choosing from three different surfaces and programs managed by Peter Burwash International. For reservations, please call 869-469-6238 or visit  fourseasons.com/nevis



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  • 3½-Ball Rating ""—C.S., Int., April 2012
  • 3-Ball Rating "Great beach"—S.M., Beg., March 2012
  • "Tennis fans traveling to the Bahamas and staying at the Atlantis Hotel on Paradise Island (right next to Nassau) will have a fun time if they want to mix a little tennis with their sand and sun. I spent about 5 days at Atlantis for a friend's wedding and also managed to squeeze a little tennis in.
    The Atlantis has a tennis center with 6 lit courts (3 hard-tru, 3 hard) and a small clubhouse. I got there too late to particiapte in the free clinics, but I did get to do their intermediate clinic, which cost $15 for the hour long clinic, and play in a free, 2-hour round robin tournament. The clinic was fun. The pro, Kim, was great and kept things moving through a varety of drills.
    When I was there, we only had a small group of three players counting myself, so we worked up a sweat and had a few laughs. Kim stepped in to play some doubles drills with us, so it was very interactive, not just hitting a bunch of balls off feeds - though we did do a bit of that. I think I lucked out that day, as the two other players in the clinic told me that there were 14 people in the free "stroke of the day" clinic the following day.
    On saturday I headed out for the round robin tournament. We played short 4-game sets, then reported our scores to the pro and got matched with a new partner. I'd say the play level on average was about 3.0 with a few 3.5's and maybe one other 4.0 besides myself mixed in. I didn't really care as it was mainly a social thing, go out, have fun, hit some balls. I had to run to shower up before my friend's wedding ceremony, so I had to cut out a bit early, and didn't see if they declared a winner at the end.
    I also posted this earlier, but it also looks like Mark Knowles does a pro-am tournament for charity there every year in early december - so keep that in mind if you are heading to the Bahamas. Afer the pro-am, they do a pro exhibition at the National Stadium. This year, Andy Murray was supposed to play, but I didn't get to watch due to the scheduling of the wedding.
    One thing to note is that the tennis center is in a far corner in the resort, so if you are at the Coral Towers or Beach towers, expect a 15 minute walk to get to the courts. There are a few shuttles that take you close to the courts, but they run on an irregular schedule - about every 15-20 minutes, so plan accordingly. If you are going to rent the courts and play outside of the clinics, I'd recommend traveling with your own balls or trying to buy them in Nassau as a can at the resort cost about $9. If you didn't bring your own racket, you can rent one for about $10, though I didn't really get a look at the selection. Seems like mostly Wilson Ncode tweener type rackets"
    —R.J., Adv. Int., December 2010
  • 4-Ball Rating "We stayed at Atlantis for Easter Week 2010 and brought our rackets to check out the tennis there. Atlantis Paradise Island, BahamasAtlantis has 6 outdoor courts, 3 hard and 3 Har-Tru, tucked off to the side near the Cove and Reef hotels. Kim O'Kelley is the tennis pro there, and she runs a number of daily drills for both adults and juniors, in addition to giving private lessons. While I wasn't able to attend any of the drills I watched her conduct a few lessons with club-level players. She primarily plays against her students as opposed to 100's of ball feeds. This approach seemed to work well for those students.
    The courts seem to be well-maintained overall. The pro shop is small but functional. Court rental is $20 per hour and both rackets and balls are also available. The courts seemed to be booked solid all day for the week we were there.
    I would return to these courts to play with family and friends or to drill with Kim."
    —C.S., Int., April 2010

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Atlantis Paradise Island Resort & Casino
Paradise Island, Bahamas