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Tennis at Turtle Bay Resort
Turtle Bay guests enjoy one free hour of tennis court time per day (tennis equipment is not included, but can be rented from the Hele Huli Adventure Center.) We also have tennis pros on site to give one-on-one lessons as well as clinics for all ages!
Courts are open 7a - 9p daily | Call 808-293-6024 for more information
Private Lesson: $80/hourTime: Call the Adventure Center
Group Lessons: $80/hour Additional participants
+$15/each Time: Call the Adventure Center
Adult Group Tennis Clinic: ALL LEVEL'S
Monday to Friday, 9am - 10am , $20
Hawaiian Tenniscize (Cardio Tennis): Wednesday, 9am - 10am
Men's Doubles Clinic: Level: Intermediate and Advanced Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5:30pm-7pm $30
Keiki Clinic: For ages 4-9 on Wednesdays from 4pm -5pm $20
Play the Pro: Play the pro... If you win it is free!
Time: Call Adventure Center $200
(Multi-lesson packages available upon request)
Meet The Pro: Diego Miranda
Tennis Teaching Professional & Exercise Trainer
Diego Miranda started his tennis career at the age of 10 in his home country of Brazil. When Diego turned 11 he made the decision to eliminate a promising soccer career and focus exclusively on tennis. He was also encouraged through a neighbor and a cousin who played competitively. This was an important connection for Mr. Miranda to relate to, as he would coach and play competitively throughout his life. He trained full time at Dynamis Tennis Center in Belo Horizonte Brazil, along with other world top ranked players like Bruno Soares, Andre Sa and Marcelo Melo. In his first year on the junior tour Diego was doubles finalist in the Brazilian National Tournament. At the age of 14 he was top 4 in singles in the Brazilian National tournament. At 16, he won the Brazilian National Doubles Championship. At the age of 17 Diego was already playing ATP (professional) tournaments, even before deciding to play top – level collegiate tennis. During his first year of competitive ATP success, Mr. Miranda came to the US by invitation, to train at Lakewood Racket Club where he won one of the National USTA tournaments.