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December 4 – 9, 2019

Necker Island, BVI

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Rod Laver

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
 

MARTINA NAVRATILOVA

  • The most successful female tennis player of the Open era
  • Won 59 Grand Slam titles
  • Record of 9 Wimbledon singles championships; 167 singles and 177 doubles championships
  • Rivalry with Chris Evert considered one of the greatest in sports history, with Martina sporting a 43-37 advantage
  • Distinguished as WTA’s “Tour Player of the Year” seven times
  • Named Associated Press’s “Female Athlete of the Year”
  • Declared one of the “Top Forty Athletes of All-Time” by Sports Illustrated

Martina Navratilova

 

Boris Becker

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.

 

CAROLINE WOZNIACKI

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

 

Johan Kriek

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.

 

VASEK POSPISIL

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

 

Danielle Collins

DANIELLE COLLINS

Qualified once at the Australia Open and broke through first Top 50 season in 2018, finishing at No. 36.

 

TOMMY HAAS

Haas reached world No. 2 in 2002 with 15 career titles. Hindered by a few injuries, Haas resiliently came back twice and ascended to the top 20 three more times over the next decade. Haas officially retired in 2018 after a 22 year successful career.

Tommy Haas

 

Jack Sock

JACK SOCK

Jack Sock is one of the best American singles players having won four career ATP titles, reaching a career high of World No. 8. Jack is also a doubles specialist having won fourteen doubles titles, including one US Open Mixed Doubles title, Two Wimbledon Men’s Doubles titles and one ATP World Tour Doubles title. Jack was part of the Laver Cup 2019.

 

TENNYS SANDGREN

American Tennys Sandgren played college tennis at the University of Tennessee before turning pro. For the past year or so, Tennys has been making his presence known on the Tour by reaching a career high of World No. 41 earlier this year after winning his first ATP tour title in Auckland and by making it to the 4th round at 2019 Wimbledon Championships.

Tennys Sandgren

 

Brad Gilbert

BRAD GILBERT

He has had 20 career titles and is an American tennis coach, a television tennis commentator, an author and former professional tennis player. He was born in Oakland, California and graduated from Piedmont High School (California). Gilbert’s career-high singles ranking was world no. 4, which he reached in January 1990. Since retiring from the tour, he has coached several top players, including Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Andy Murray, and Kei Nishikori.

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