Staying true to its mission of being a trendsetter in the hospitality industry in Qatar, the finest address in Qatar, The St. Regis Doha has opened one of the most prestigious Tennis Centres in Doha ‘The Bollettieri Experience’, in collaboration with tennis legend ’Nick Bollettieri’.
The Bollettieri Experience Tennis Center aspires to become Doha’s finest Tennis Center and the leading sporting center for tennis programs that specializes in developing local talents and boosting the image of Qatar’s proficiency in tennis.
The center’s unparalleled facilities and tennis programs are designed to maximize the players’ growth and efficiency under the supervision of world-class tennis coaches from USA. Bollettieri’s tennis programs will focus on young children who are looking to start their journey, juniors competing at international level, along with recreational tennis players. It promises to provide a world-class coaching in an exciting learning environment with challenging competitions, and a great social atmosphere.
The center is founded in collaboration with Nick Bollettieri, one of the most influential people in the world of tennis and a legend who has transformed and transcended the sport. The Wall Street Journal called him ‘arguably the most prolific tennis coach in the history of the game’. His Hall of Fame career is undoubtedly the most successful and broadly influential in the history of tennis.
With an incredible learning environment under the patronage of Nick Bollettieri and the sprawling facilities of The St. Regis Doha, this tennis center is sure to impress and carry Qatar’s flag high in the world of tennis.
Mr. Hichem BenAmor, The Hotel Manager of The St. Regis Doha, said: “we are honored to collaborate with Nick Bollettieri, one of the biggest names in the world of tennis, to open our Tennis Center.”
“We are very proud to continue raising the bar with our new facilities and offerings not only in Qatar but across the region and we are focused on taking The St. Regis Doha to new heights of excellence.” Hichem added.