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Roll up! Roll up! Tickets to see the great John McEnroe in action here in Casa de Campo have just gone on sale!
On Friday November 7th, John McEnroe will be in Casa de Campo playing in a series of exciting exhibition matches with fellow tennis great, Jim Courier. The schedule of matches will include John McEnroe against Jim Courier, as well as the champions playing against Casa de Campo villa owners and tennis pros, and they will take place at Casa de Campo’s La Terraza Tennis Club where an extended viewing area for 500 spectators will be created.
That same evening, the excitement will continue with an elegant dinner at the Flamboyant conference center. A fun and intimate dinner with space for just 300 guests who will enjoy a live question and answer session with John McEnroe himself.
Tickets are on sale now at the Casa de Campo Villa Owners Club, and as they are limited, we recommend you get yours now!
John McEnroe in Casa de Campo
Exhibition matches: John McEnroe & John Courier
When: Friday 7th of November, from 3pm
Where: La Terraza Tennis Club, Casa de Campo
- Casa de Campo villa owners – US$50 p/p
- Hotel guests – US$65 p/p
- General public – US$75 p/p
Dinner with John McEnroe & John Courier
When: Friday 7th of November, 8pm
Where: Flamboyant conference center, Casa de Campo
- Casa de Campo villa owners – US$100 p/p – price includes the exhibition matches
- Hotel guests – US$125 p/p – price includes the exhibition matches
- General public – US$150 p/p – price includes the exhibition matches
- Employees* – US$75 p/p – price includes the exhibition matches
*Employees – of Casa de Campo, CR, Costasur, La Marina, Altos de Chavón, Aeropuerto & Puerto Turístico
Contact: Casa de Campo Villa Owners Club, (809) 523-2080
About John McEnroe
McEnroe is regarded as one of the most talented and well-known players in tennis history. He won seven major singles titles, including four at the US Open (1979-1981, 1984) in his hometown of New York, in addition to winning 10 other major titles in doubles and mixed doubles. He won Wimbledon three times (1981, 1983-1984), and was involved in perhaps the greatest Wimbledon final of all time, losing to Bjorn Borg in 1980, featuring the famous 18-16 fourth-set tie-breaker. McEnroe helped the United States win the Davis Cup five times and he captured 77 career singles titles and 78 career doubles titles, his last being in San Jose, California in 2006 at the age of 47. Age 55, McEnroe recently won the points title on the 2014 PowerShares Series champions tennis circuit, prompting Courier to label him as the “greatest 55-year-old tennis player to ever grace the earth.”
About Jim Courier
Courier is regarded as one of the most tenacious tennis players of all time – and with one of the biggest forehands – that led him to a pair of French Open titles in 1991 and 1992 and two Australian Open titles in 1992 and 1993. In 1992, he became the first American to reach the No. 1 ranking on the ATP World Tour since McEnroe in 1985. In 1993, Courier was the youngest player to reach all four major singles finals in a career when he reached the Wimbledon final in 1993 at age 22. He also guided the U.S. to Davis Cup titles in 1992, where he was teammates with McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi on the described U.S. “Dream Team,” and again in 1995. He currently serves as the captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team and competes on the PowerShares Series tennis circuit.
Here in Casa de Campo Living we look forward to seeing you all at this great event – and as soon as we have more specific details we will let you know!!