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December 4 – 9, 2019

Necker Island, BVI

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Rod Laver


We are thrilled to have Rod Laver as part of our three day voyage, participating in tennis clinics with guests as well as playing golf along the way! Don’t know Rod Laver? Here is your introduction to “The Man with the Copper Hair, but with the Golden Touch” and just a few reasons why he’s become such a top name in tennis history:

  • 200 Singles Titles, the most singles titles won in tennis history
  • 11 Grand Slam Singles Titles
  • The only player to win all four majors in the same year (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open), not once, but twice (1962 & 1969)
  • Spent 193 consecutive weeks as World No. 1
  • Has the honor of having the Australian Open arena named after him


Won 25 WTA tour titles and held the #1 ranking spot for two consecutive seasons (2010,2011). She finished the year of 2017 as World No. 3. She won her first Grand Slam championship in 2018 in Australia and is the World No. 1 Winner of 6 WTA titles including the China Open and Rogers Cup (2011).

Caroline Wozniacki


Boris Becker


Arrived at Wimbledon ranked No. 20 and the youngest male ever to win a major at only 17 years old. He has 64 career titles and 6 major titles; 2 of them being Australian singles, 3 Wimbledon singles, and 1 U.S singles title.



Reached her fourth successive top 50 season back in 2016 and also was a singles winner in 2014 in Nurnberg.

Genie Bouchard


Pat Cash


Won the Wimbledon men’s singles in 1987 where he defeated world No. 1 Ivan Lendl in straight sets. He was ranked the number one junior in the world in 1981 and he has 5 grand slam finals, 7 titles, and 2 Davis Cup titles.



Achieved career-high No. 25 in 2014 after reaching the third round of the Australia Open. He broke into the top 50 back  in 2013. He made APT Tour debut as doubles WC at 2010 ATP Masters 1000 Toronto with Raonic.

Vasek Pospisil


Johan Kriek


Won the Austrailan Open titles in 1981 and 1982. He has won 14 professional singles and 8 doubles titles, reaching an all-time high ranking of number 7 in singles and number 12 in doubles in the world. He reached a career high of No. 7 in the world and is the only South African to hold a Grand Slam singles title.

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