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Since it has opened its doors Umag Tennis Academy attracts a number of high-level international players and clubs who come to train on top tennis courts, take part in various tournaments or just visit this modern tennis centre.
Recent visitors:


Serena Williams in Umag

Serena Williams, the world’s best female tennis player, thrilled us with her visit this summer. She trained at the HC court of the Stella Maris ATP stadium for a couple of days during her stay in Istria and visited the Umag Tennis Academy in search of tennis equipment. Serena Williams is not only currently No. 1 in WTA women's rankings, but her results also make her one of the best female tennis players ever. (18.07.2014)

Muster, Leconte and Bahrami

A great exhibition match opened the jubilee edition of ATP tournament Vegeta Croatia Open. Goran Ivanišević, Thomas Muster, Henri Leconte and Mansour Bahrami exhilarated almost 4000 tennis lovers with a truly excellent tennis spectacle for which they prepared, of course, at the Academy. (21.07.2014)

Nenad Zimonjić

The best Serbian player in the doubles category, Nenad Zimonjić, who visited the jubilee 25th Vegeta Croatia Open Umag, did not miss the opportunity to play at the Academy’s courts. Nenad Zimonjić is a professional tennis player from Serbia with a successful career and majority of matches in the doubles category. This year he and Samantha Stosur won the Wimbledon in the mixed doubles category. (29.07.2014)


Alexandr Dolgopolov

Richard Gasquet

Andreas Seppi

In the break between the ATP tournament matches (24. Vegeta Croatia Open), top players Alexandr Dolgopolov, Richard Gasquet and Andreas Seppi attended the opening, played tennis with the Academy’s students, gave autographs and preserved the memory of their visit for all times by signing the tiles on the wall of the Friends of the Academy. (23.07.2013)
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Ana Konjuh and Borna Ćorić

During the Davis Cup matches amongst Croatia and Great Britain, best croatian juniors and US Open winners Ana Konjuh and Borna Ćorić have visited Umag Tennis Academy where special prizes were handed to these young, promising tennis players. Ana and Borna will train for two weeks free of charge on courts of the Academy. (14.09.2013)

Marin Čilić and Goran Ivanišević

The first Grand Slam of the season, the Australian Open, is approaching and tennis players are having their last preparatory trainings. The Croatian representative, Marin Čilić, accompanied by his coach Goran Ivanišević, came to the Umag Tennis Academy for his final preparations before the tournament. We believe that the top infrastructure of the Academy and ongoing favourable weather will contribute to Marin’s best possible play in Australia. If you wish to learn more about his plans for the upcoming season and his impressions about the Academy, you may do so here. (19.12.2013)