It all started back in 1975 when Curtain Bluff celebrated its worldclass Tennis Center with an islandwide professional tournament. Today Antigua Tennis Week is a landmark event, attracting enthusiasts from all over the world.

They come partly for the court action – six days of match play, tournaments and stroke- and strategy clinics (tailored to all aptitudes from beginner to pro).

They come to socialise with fellow enthusiasts and some of the biggest names in the game at parties, beachside lunches and candle-lit dinners. And they come to enjoy the and facilities that have earned Curtain Bluff the reputation as one of finest resorts in the world.

Antigua Tennis Week from its three hosts –
Australian tennis legends known as much for their gregarious characters as their stellar tennis careers (they hold 34 Grand Slam titles between them).

“FIERY” FRED STOLLE Ranked #1 in the world in 1966 and #7 on the All-Time List of Champions, Fred was inducted into the International Hall of Fame in 1985. Over his long career he has won 18 Grand Slam titles and played on 4 Australian Davis Cup Championship teams. Fred has been running Antigua Tennis Week for the last 24 years.

ROSS CASE Ranked #13 in the world in 1975, Ross has won 26 doubles and 4 singles titles, including the doubles championships at Wimbledon and the Australian Open. He has played on 9 Australian Davis Cup teams, winning the championship in 1977.

OWEN “DAVO” DAVIDSON Winner of 4 mixed-doubles titles in 1967, Owen is one of only 12 people in the history of tennis to win a personal Grand Slam. He played on 5 Australian Davis Cup teams and captured 13 Grand Slam titles in all (including the Australian and U.S. Doubles Championships). Davo was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2010.

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