For the longest tennis players who live in monaco, it has attracted successful and famous people and has become the second home for many sportsmen and celebrities. In particular, tennis players live here or have once lived here.
Take note of the two main centres for tennis players of all ages and all levels. Tennis club de biot At the foot of the village, the Tennis Club de Biot has several quality courts to rent by the hour, as well as lessons and training courses for beginners.
Next to the Pierre Operto sports complex with the Pierre Bel football stadium and the Paul Gilardi community centre, the club has 6 courts in total, including two brand new additions. A club house, table football and table tennis round out the facilities at this club that was founded in Sports bring people together, and the club is a way to meet new people and exchange, especially for families with children.
Discover Mouratoglou tennis academy When he bought the old Sophia Country Club, in the heart of Sophia Antipolis, tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou took a chance and started a dynamic, innovative and international tennis academy.
Covering ten hectares, the Academy has 34 courts, hard and clay, indoor and outdoor. Both the iconic racket-shaped swimming pool and the futuristic equipment including a medical centre make this a unique site.
In this ultra-modern, high-quality setting, the coach of tennis champion Serena Williams seeks out future tennis greats and trains them to hone their talent and make them invincible.