The 2016 French Open Awaits: This Could be You!

published: Apr, 18, 2016

by: Nima Naderi

Day 1: Welcome to Paris
You arrive at the Bel Ami Hotel,

In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés where true to the literary tradition of this vibrant Parisian district, stylish relaxation is the order of the day in this contemporary hotel with a welcoming and restful atmosphere. You will love your walks in the chic streets of the

Saint-Germain-des-Prés district
to discover different Parisian delicacies and to visit the unique la­­­­­ndmarks of the city of lights.

La Petite Chaise a quick walk to the oldest restaurant in Paris. Established in 1680 under the reign of Louis XIV, La Petite Chaise offers authentic French gastronomic menu. During this evening you will have an opportunity to bump elbows with past Grand Slam champions, our staff, and other tennis enthusiasts from around the world.

Day 2, 3, 4: Watch and play tennis
You will spend your next few days

enjoying what you primarily came to Paris for watching world-class tennis at
Roland Garros!

Our staff will escort you from the Bel Ami Hotel to your exclusive seats in Philippe Chatrier. There you will have a chance to see all your favorite players battle it out at the second Grand Slam of the year.
If you enjoy playing as well as spectating join us for tennis on your off day at
Tennis Club De Paris. Founded in 1895,
the Tennis Club de Paris was the first French club to have indoor courts.
Here we will have the opportunity to play tennis on the “terre bateau” or red clay surface followed by a Parisian brunch.
Don’t forget to bring your tennis gear!
Day 5: Select the tour of your choice

Discover the prestigious Parisian landmarks by bus. Start with the Eiffel Tower, the most famous symbol of Paris.  Your tour will also take you to the gothic
Cathedral of Notre Dame and the

Arc de Triomphe.

From there you will follow a sequence of monuments and grand thoroughfares on a route, which covers the courtyard of the Louvre, then Tuileries Garden,the Obelisk and the Grande Arche de la Défense, Paris’ business center. Then, from this point you will enter the most beautiful avenue in the world: the Champs Elysées.


Your journey will take you to Giverny, at the gates of the Normandy region where you will visit the outstanding house of

Claude Monet, the “Founder of Impressionism”, built in 1980.
Next your stop will take you to the
Chateau de Versailles, residence of the Sun King Louis XIV, designed in 1623.
Feel like royalty and walk thought the king’s room, the hall of mirrors and the Orangerie.
Nima Naderi

Founder and Creative Director of He has over 25 years of coaching experience and is an award winning coach with the PTR. Nima has written articles for the,, TennisViewMagazine and Tennis Pro Magazine. He is also the co-host of the TennisConnected PodCast, the Operations Director for Premium Court and the Tournament Director for the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series.

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