The Bermuda Breeze Championships- USTA Category II
April 11th to April 15th, 2018

Coral Beach & Tennis Club will be hosting the 2018 USTA Adult National Category II Tennis Championships from April 11th to April 15th. This event will be the first USTA national adult championship event held outside of the United States ever.

Participants: Coral Beach & Tennis Club & USTA registered tennis players

Age group: 40s, 50s, 60s, 65s, 70s

Sport Events: Men’s and Women’s Singles and Doubles, Mixed Doubles

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The Coral Beach & Tennis Club and Players Experience

Accomodation




Coral Beach & Tennis Club is majestically located on 26 acres of sub-tropical grounds overlooking the South Shore in Paget parish. In addition to the traditional Bermuda cottages interspersed throughout our lush gardens we also have fully equipped hotel rooms and suites adjacent to the clubhouse offering spectacular views of the beach and ocean. All have air conditioning and private terraces. 

Double Occupancy:

$175/ Night (including daily breakfast, daily afternoon tea, access to all club’s amenities, Complimentary Yoga and Fitness classes offered throughout the week)
 $150/Night (Breakfast not included)
 
Amenities: http://www.coralbeachclub.com/

The Club House gives one the feeling of casual elegance including the Club Lounge, Games Room, reception area, Coral Room and Club House Bar. From here walk down to the elegant Longtail Terrace and Beach Terrace both with spectacular views of the pink sand and turquoise water below. You will also find a variety of shops, fitness studio and the Frozen Hut and deck on the beach, offering a welcome assortment of soft drinks and tropical cocktails. Nearby on the premises are 8 championship clay tennis courts, two squash courts, croquet, 18-hole putting green, bocce court, bowling lawn and a European Spa. 

Contact reservations@coralbeach.bm for details






 
 



History Of Tennis in Bermuda

Tennis has a long rich history in Bermuda as it is the place through which tennis was introduced to the United States of America. Bermuda native, Miss Mary Ewing Outerbridge introduced lawn tennis to the United States in 1875. She set up the first tennis court in the United States on the grounds of the Staten Island Cricket and Baseball Club and played a first ever tennis game in the United States with her sister. To help regulate and standardize the game of tennis in the United States, Mary Ewing Outerbridge’s brother contributed to the establishment of the United States National Lawn Tennis Association in 1881, which later became the modern day United States Tennis Association. As a result of it, two tennis clubs in Bermuda, the Coral Beach & Tennis club one of them,  are written into the USTA constitution and have voting rights on the executive board. The Coral Beach & Tennis Club has worked hard collaborating with the USTA and other tennis associations and federations to gain the privilege of hosting a significant tennis tournament. 

 

 



Our Tennis Courts

We are a proud site with eight newly refurbished state of art Har-Tru Courts. We have recently invested in new court equipment such as; new lines, nets, net posts, brushes, hoses, etc. to provide the best possible experience to our members and guests. We continue to strive to offer the highest quality clay courts on the island and create an enjoyable ambience to our guests and members.
 

Things To Do In Bermuda

We are a proud site with eight newly refurbished state of art Har-Tru Courts. We have recently invested in new court equipment such as; new lines, nets, net posts, brushes, hoses, etc. to provide the best possible experience to our members and guests. We continue to strive to offer the highest quality clay courts on the island and create an enjoyable ambience to our guests and members.