Join us for a pre-season tennis holiday in Turkey in March 2024.
St Ann’s Tennis is offering a five-night stay at the ‘tennis paradise’ of Ali Bey Club Manavgat Resort from Tuesday, 26 March to Sunday, 31 March. The offer is open to all – you don’t need to be a member of St Ann’s Tennis to book your place on the trip.
Your hosts will be Zuhal and Yusuf Polat of Polat Sports Organisation. All booking and holiday arrangements are done through them.
Conrad says: “Head coach Jimmy Smith will be managing the coaching, and I will be helping him with our bespoke tournaments. There will be two hour coaching sessions every morning, plus two fun tournaments, on the first day and the last day, followed by a party. The tennis centre at Ali Bey is amazing – 58 courts! – and we’ll have a tennis programme to suit players of all standards.”
“We love the resort, and particularly like the all-inclusive board deal, which means you can order whatever you want from the bars – teas, coffees, ice creams, beers, cocktails etc – for free. It’s all included.”
Antalya is on the southern coast of Turkey, on the Mediterranean Sea. The Ali Bey Club Manavgat holiday resort is a large four star complex with several restaurants, health spa, a water park, its own beach, and a massive tennis complex (58 clay courts), including a show court. These courts have staged International BJK, WTA and ITF tournaments. There are also five Padel courts.
Our hosts will be Zuhal (right) and Yusuf Polat of Polat Sports Organisation. They operate regular tennis holidays to Turkey from their base in Surrey. They are offering a five-night package for £845, including accommodation, all-inclusive full board, and all tennis activities. Return flights are not included.
TRAVEL: Antalya is a four hour flight from Gatwick, with several airlines, including British Airways, Turkish Airlines, Corendonas, Tui, Easyjet and SunExpress, offering daily flights. Manavgat is 1hr drive from Antalya airport.
TENNIS: 2hr sessions every morning, with our own coaches, for drills and technical tune up, and fun. There will be two afternoon tournaments to suit players of all standards.