- Intensity: Medium
- Coaching: Alfonso Pérez Peñate (former coach to Spanish female #16 Carla Suárez among others) and his team.
- Highlights: Best clay courts in the Canary Islands known for training during Winter months for its great weather
- Type of academy: located within a racket sport club (tennis, padel and beach tennis)
- Surface: red clay
- Court ratio: 1:4
This brand new elegant facility is simply ideal for tennis lovers. Fitting Gran Canaria’s true essence of perfect weather, outdoor living, beach and all things racket sport you’ll find 6 immaculate red clay courts, 8 panoramic padel courts, 2 beach tennis courts, fitness center, restaurant, social area & pro shop at your service.
Here there’s a strong focus on understanding the sport & how it relates to life. In a quest to unite individual development within the group for the value of friendship, trust and collective achievement. A philosophy rooted in the belief of athletes not competing against one other, but against their best and most rigorous personal standards of excellence.
The staff of highly qualified and experienced technicians led by Alfonso Pérez Peñate, coach to Carla Suárez aims to train players to reach their highest level of tennis, as well as bring tennis to people who want to enjoy it without the spirit of competition. In Gran Canaria both perspectives of tennis fit for the greater good of the sport as a whole.
True to the island’s nature, the facility maintains a very friendly customer service oriented environment. You’d be hard pressed not to find helpful, friendly and warm intentions from the people of the Canary Islands. Dually impressed by Alfonso Pérez Peñate’s teaching & physical team he’s been successful in acquiring the best instructors the island offers with the clear intention to drive performance players to the Canary Islands weather ensuring quality level of play year round.
Competitive development includes physical, technical and tactical part of the game whether you’re focused on solo training sessions including competition match-ups or joining one of our adult camps. Adult focus is on being technically and physically fit for competition events in their individual categories.
National competitions set to launch at the facility in 2015.