From intensive tennis weeks and individual training to gentle knock-arounds or a sociable evening game of tipsy tennis – the active holiday specialist Mark Warner has been taking care of this sport for almost 50 years.
Each of its five properties in Greece and Turkey has a menu selection and expert staff and equipment.
For those looking to improve, the intensive tennis weeks, led by a professional, offer 20 hours of on-court lessons, as well as courses and tournaments.
Seven nights half board at Paleros Beach Resort in Greece from £1,279 per person including Gatwick flights on 24th September. Visit markwarner.co.uk or call 0845 322 5037.
If you’d rather watch than play, Princess Cruises guests can enjoy Wimbledon-style fun aboard all 15 ships from now through July 16.
There will be live coverage as well as tennis themed competitions and game shows, paddle tennis tournaments on board and of course strawberries, whipped cream and Pimms will be served.
Book a cruise for 2024 or 2025 during the tournament and you can spend up to £550 on board. Visit Princess.com or call 0344 338 8663 for more information.
For a full Wimbledon experience head to the grass tennis court of this charming self-catering cottage complex near the waterfront village of Dittisham in South Devon.
Sleeping two to six people, the six accommodations share an immaculate courtyard, as well as an indoor pool, sauna, games room and gym.
Prices range from £750 for three nights in a one bedroom apartment in July or August to £2,925 for three nights in a six bedroom farmhouse. See oneoffplaces.co.uk.
Start young with a stay at 5H Pine Cliffs Resort on Portugal’s Algarve coast.
This family-friendly hotel has its own Annabel Croft Tennis Academy with coaching programs for all ages three and up.
Kids will also love the two life-size wooden pirate ships, as well as the bouncy castle and eight outdoor pools.
There are also nine restaurants and two bars.
Seven nights bed and breakfast is available from £679 per person, including Gatwick flights on 5th December and private transfers to the resort. See Tropical Sky.co.uk.
Blessed with more than 300 days of sunshine a year, there’s always a great time for a game of tennis in Menorca. Going in the fall means you won’t break a sweat on the pitch.
And for excellent facilities, the 4H Alua Illa De Menorca in S’Algar has it all, with tennis, bowling, football and multisports courts. There’s also a huge pool complex — and it’s a short walk from a rocky cove.
Seven nights half board is available from £559 per person including flights departing East Midlands on 17th October with 22kg luggage and transfers. To book, visit jet2holidays.com.