As one of the world’s most exclusive boutique hotels and championship tennis clubs, Fisher Island Club is pleased to announce an exclusive offer for tennis fans in celebration of the Miami Open: Play on all four Grand Slam surfaces for the price of three. Throughout the month of March, the Tennis Center is offering guests the chance to practice with a pro on all four Grand Slam playing surfaces, with four 1-hour tennis lessons on each of the meticulously maintained tennis courts. Guests of the resort will also be served lavishly courtside amid the sumptuous accommodations at the award-winning Fisher Island Club, named a Top 5 Resort by Condé Nast Johansens “Most Excellent Small Hotels” for The Americas, Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific regions. “We are extremely proud to offer this opportunity to our guests during the peak of Miami tennis season to take lessons on each of the championship surfaces at one of the most advanced tennis facilities in the world,” says Bernard Lackner, Fisher Island Club President & CEO. “Fisher Island Club seeks not only to offer all four playing surfaces, but to also ensure that each tennis court looks and plays exactly as those the touring professionals compete on at each Grand Slam.”; FisherIslandClub.com.
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