The Tennis Centre at La Manga Club fills its courts with groups from countries across Europe
During the months of March and April, the Tennis Centre is hosting more than twenty groups from the British, Belgium, French, Russian and Swedish federations in addition to the other associations and clubs from across Europe whom choose La Manga Club as their training base.
La Manga Club, 14th March 2018 - . The season at the Tennis Centre has begun with the arrival of numerous groups originating from various European countries. In particular, the first to arrive were the young prodigies from the British Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), almost fifty boys and girls from the ages of 14 to 18 will be training intensively during many hours each day.
The Tennis Centre will also host the Russian Tennis Federation, the Association Francophone de Tennis (AFT), the Belgium Tennis Federation and the Swedish Tennis Association in the coming weeks. Numerous groups coming from Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, Norway and the United Kingdom, such as the prestigious club from St George’s Hill, will also be joining us.
La Manga Club’s Tennis Centre has twenty-eight tennis courts: twenty clay courts (including an exhibition court and the centre court, which seats up to 1,200 spectators), four hard courts, four artificial grass courts, two padel courts and a squash court. As well as this, it has a racket centre with rackets to hire or buy, a repair service, the Junior Club for children, a gym, outdoor swimming pool, crazy golf and a space dedicated to lawn bowling. It also provides a tennis academy which organises specialised training programmes catering for the needs of players of all ages and levels. The youngest players that we train are merely 3 years of age. Recently a kids programme has been created in the academy in order to help them become elite players so that they can accomplish their dreams of competing at the highest level. All of this is achievable with the help from our official sponsors from Tennis Europe and by being the overseas training headquarters of the British Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).