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The Wailea Tennis Club fourth
Wailea Fantasy Tennis Camp
November 17th to 21st, 2010

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Hone your court skills at the planetís number one island destination, under the tutelage of four of the sportís top professionals. Open to adult men and women, Wailea Fantasy Camp features four days of world class instruction and drills with Tom Gullikson, Lindsay Davenport, Michael Russell and Corina Morariu; doubles match play with the legends; social activities; and four unforgettable nightís accommodations at the beautiful Four Seasons Resort on Maui, Hawaii. There is also a Players' Welcome Party and Awards Luau.
The event is organized by Promoter and Founder Todd Nicholson of The Playerís Edge Tennis Association and Cathy Nicoloff of Wailea Tennis Club in Maui.

Tom Gullikson


Former U.S. Davis Cup Captain and U.S. Olympic Coach Tom Gullikson has had an illustrious career. He reached a career high of #34 in singles and #9 in doubles, most notably in performances with twin brother Tim. The duo reached the Wimbledon final in 1983. Gullikson won one career singles title and 8 career doubles titles, and has coached such top players as Jennifer Capriati, ToddMartin and Pete Sampras. From 1994 to 1999, he served as U.S. Davis Cup Captain, leading the team to victory in 1995. He also coached the U.S. Olympic Team in 1996 where he helped Andre Agassi win the gold medal.

David Nainkin


David Nainkin is a National Coach in Men's tennis in the USTA Player Development program. He coaches Sam Querrey and Mardy Fish traveling with them on the ATP Tour. Before joining the USTA, David, was the personal coach of Wayne Ferreira and many other professional and top junior players. He played collegiate tennis for UCLA, where he received a full tennis scholarship and played No. 1 singles in 1991. David played on the ATP tour for several years reaching a career high ranking of 128. In 1998 he made it to the 3rd round of the US Open. David also represented South Africa in Davis Cup Competition in 1998 and 1999. After playing the circuit for seven years, David returned to UCLA and graduated with a degree in sociology.

Lindsay Davenport


Lindsay Davenport has been ranked No.1 in singles and doubles on the WTA Tour. She has won three Grand Slam singles tournaments (1998 U.S. Open, 1999 Wimbledon and 2000 Australian Open) and earned an Olympic gold medal in singles in 1996. She has won 55 WTA Tour singles titles and 37 doubles titles. She is one of only four women (the others being Graf, Navratilova and Evert) since 1975 who have been the year-end World No. 1 at least four times. Davenport finished 1998, 2001, 2004, and 2005 as the top ranked player.
We are so excited to have her back.

Michael Russell


Michael Russell is an American tennis player currently participating on the ATP World Tour. He is best known for holding match point in the 4th round of the 2001 French Open against eventual champion Gustavo Kuerten. In the 2007 Australian Open, he held a two sets to love lead over former U.S. Open and Wimbledon champion Lleyton Hewitt before succumbing in five sets. Nicknamed ďIron MikeĒ he is a fan favorite to Hawaii tennis fans having claimed multiple Challenger titles in Maui (2006) and Honolulu (2010). He reached his career highest ranking of #60 in August 2007.

Corina Morariu


Corina Morariu (pronounced: mo-RAR-yoo) reached a career high of #29 in the world in singles and #1 in the world in doubles on the WTA Tour. She won the womenís doubles title at Wimbledon in 1999 and the mixed doubles title at the 2001 Australian Open, and reached the Australian Open womenís doubles final in 2005. In 2001, Morariu was diagnosed with leukemia and underwent chemotherapy. She made a full recovery and returned to competition in 2002, later becoming the WTA Comeback Player of the Year. Corina currently serves as lead commentator for Tennis Channelís coverage of the WTA Tour.

Robert Kendrick


Robert Kendrick is an ATP Tour player from Orlando Florida who has reached a career high of #69 in the world in singles. He earned All-American honors at Pepperdine University (2000) and The University of Washington (1999). Kendrick was a member of the 2005 New York Sportimes (WTT) Championship team. The fourth day of the 2006 Wimbledon Championships was one of the highlights of Kendrick's career. In the second round, he lost to the second seed, Rafael Nadal on Centre Court. The Spaniard had to come back for only the second time in his career from two sets down to beat Kendrick 6-7(4), 3-6, 7-6(2), 7-5, 6-4. Kendrick's performance surprised many. Kendrick employed a serve and volley style of play that appeared to frustrate Nadal for almost three sets. He has recorded career wins over James Blake, Taylor Dent, Robin Soderling and Marcos Baghdaitis.

Wailea Tennis Club is the largest resort tennis facility on Maui, featuring 10 Plexipave courts and a picturesque stadium court. Renowned for its high level of customer service and idyllic country club atmosphere, Wailea Tennis Club offers daily lessons and clinics by its team of USPTA-certified professionals, full-service Pro Shop, and special events and activities throughout the year.

The Wailea Fantasy Camp's host hotel, the Four Seasons Resort Maui, is situated fronting spectacular Wailea Beach. For more information, surf over to www.fourseasons.com/maui/.

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