The Waterville Valley Tennis Center has once again been named a Gold Medal Resort in the annual tennisresortsonline.com rankings of tennis resorts across the globe, achieving a ranking of #13. In addition, Waterville Valley is also recognized in the poll as #4 for Best Value for Dollar and #5 for Best Setting.
Waterville Valley Tennis Center owner and USPTA Director Tom Gross, Jr. states, “We are thrilled to once again receive a top 25 ranking as a Gold Medal Resort in the World. Our members and guests appreciate not only our 18 red clay courts surrounded by 4,000-foot mountains, but also the beautiful resort village of Waterville Valley. I can’t wait for them to experience Waterville Valley this summer and this ranking continues our long tradition of providing a first rate tennis center and resort for vacationers.”
Former touring pro Clare Grabher and her husband Kurt of New England Tennis Holidays (ranked #4 in the Top 25 Tennis Camps) will once again operate their very high quality, 5-hour-a-day summer tennis camps on those same red-clay tournament courts in Waterville Valley. States Kurt, “As founders of New England Tennis Holidays, we are very excited about our relationship with Tom Gross, Jr. and the Waterville Valley Resort and Tennis Center. This is our 25th year of tennis in New England and our 3rd season in Waterville Valley, NH.”
Roger Cox, editor of tennisresortsonline.com writes, “What the top resorts all have in common, … is a passion for tennis and a proven ability to cater to the needs of avid players.”
See the rankings here.