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Two tennis courts, with spectacular views of the ocean, have been opened by Hamilton Princess & Beach Club at their Sinky Bay location.

The hotel has partnered with former Davis Cup player, former Bermuda No 1 James Collieson who will be the resort's in-house tennis pro.

Collieson has been the hitting partner for many Grand Slam winners, including Patrick Rafter, Pat Cash and Andy Roddick. He is certified by the US Professional Tennis Association and is completing a Master of Science in sports management from Columbia University.

“We are excited to be able to offer our guests and the public a first-class tennis court in which to play,” says Allan Federer, general manager at Hamilton Princess & Beach Club. “Bermuda has the perfect climate in which to play tennis and we are delighted to add this facility to our property.”

Mr Collieson added: “The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club has developed top-of-the-line hard courts for tennis players from novices to pros. I look forward to working with guests and residents in this great new facility.”

The new facility is open to residents and hotel guests. Lessons are $70 for 30-minutes or $120 for 60-minutes.

For more information on tennis lessons at the Hamilton Princess Beach Club, visit: https://www.thehamiltonprincess.com/activities/tennis/ or call 298-6046 to book through exhale, the hotel's spa.

The new tennis courts at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club at Sinky Bay

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Published May 29, 2017 at 12:05 pm (Updated June 02, 2017 at 1:14 am)

Beach club boasts two new tennis courts

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