The inauguration of the Palma Sport and Tennis Club was a spectacular event presenting the ATP Champions Tour Legends Cup at the new sporting venue close to the area of Santa Catalina.
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The Legends Cup runs until Sunday evening, and managed to attract a number of big names from the world of tennis including local champion Carlos Moya, Thomas Muster, Thomas Enqvist, Tim Henman, Pat Cash, Alex Corretja, Mansour Bahrami and Henri Leconte.
For the opening night over 1,000 people turned out – many VIPs who had been invited to see the new facilities and meet the tennis champions.
The Palma Sport & Tennis Club, was originally founded in 1964. Now, totally refurbished, the club offers its national and international members a high quality range of services, varying from private tennis lessons and climbing to hot yoga, crossfit and much more.
The owners of Palma Sport and Tennis Club are the Swedish couple Mikael and Johanna Landstorm who have two hotels on Mallorca – Portixol Hotel close to Palma and the Esplendido in Port Soller.
Take a visit to see the new club house which has five clay tennis courts, a spa, gymnasium, swimming pool and private members rooms. This 10,000 square metre green oasis in the centre of Palma is a fantastic new recreational centre for all to enjoy.
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