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PBI WORLD TENNIS CAMPS: Where Great Serves Meet Great Service

By: Phil Azar

What do you get when you gather tennis aficionados from all over the world in ultra-luxurious tennis resorts all over the world and mix in a bunch of highly trained, service-minded tennis pros, also from all over the world? The PBI World Tennis Camp.

“Serving Your Success” is the motto that drives these camps and, when René Zondag, PBI’s president, created this unique concept, the goal was to provide an unparalleled tennis experience for hobby and competitive players who are looking to improve their game with a strong focus on helping them reach the next level using the famous PBI Teaching Concepts invented by the late founder of PBI, Peter Burwash.

Fun, fitness, and knowledge are at the core of every tennis session and will typically encompass daily themed clinics in the mornings in groups of capped at 4 players plus a pro, along with an array of additional tennis tournaments, drill sessions or socials in the afternoons.

At Bio Hotel Stanglwirt, PBI’s 5-star luxury resort in Austria, for example, the morning clinics build from one day to the next, starting with Groundstroke Fundamentals on the first day, moving onto Serves & Returns, then Singles Strategy, followed by Net Play and Approach Shots and concluding on the fifth day with Doubles Strategy.

And at JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in California, one of the program highlights is the “Grand Slam” social mixer that includes playing on hard, clay and grass courts all in one fun afternoon.

Whilst we are on the subject of “social”, countless are the participants who meet and befriend others during camps and decide on meeting again at the same (or another) PBI World Camp location like at the Park Hyatt Dubai or One&Only Desaru Coast in Malaysia or at Owl’s Nest Resort in New Hampshire, USA.

When great serves meet great service, great memories abound!

Find out more about the 2023 schedule of PBI World Tennis Camps either on or contacting us at 1-866-397-4040.


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