Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi is about to welcome tennis star Jaume Munar in an unique go to this Autumn. From 20-26 November, the skilled tennis participant can be on the court docket to satisfy and greet sports activities fanatics from world wide and supply company an unparalleled tennis journey amidst the non-public island’s breathtaking magnificence.
Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi and LUX Tennis have joined forces to convey the LUX Tennis Star Occasion to life on the ‘Secret Water Island’, offering company of all ages with the distinctive alternative to immerse themselves into the world of tennis with considered one of its extremely acclaimed figures.
Jaume Munar, a 26-year-old Spanish tennis participant, started his skilled profession in 2014. He maintains an ATP rating of 100, having achieved a career-high rating of 52. Munar has profoundly impacted the tennis panorama with a collection of outstanding accomplishments, together with a personal-best tally of 19 victories and efficiently qualifying for 4 ATP Masters 1000 occasions. Moreover, his spectacular mastery on clay courts is underscored by his notable file of 113 wins in Challenger occasions, together with eight last appearances, and securing titles in Marbella and Perugia in 2022.
Steven Stefaniuk, the resort’s Common Supervisor, says: “Jaume Munar’s go to varieties a part of our property’s wellbeing and way of life programming, by which Jaume himself can be participating with our company and sharing his skilled suggestions and finest recommendation for bettering their expertise.”
Situated within the serene Shaviyani Atoll, the award-winning Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi gives essentially the most luxurious island escape and is simply 55 minutes away from the capital metropolis of Malé by way of scenic seaplane journey. The picturesque island gives a group of beautiful all-pool Seaside, Jungle, and Water villas, 4 eating places and bars, Fairmont Spa, and the archipelago’s iconic, longest infinity pool. It’s located in one of many largest resort lagoons within the nation and bordered by a 9-km-long home reef brimming with marine life. The non-public island hideaway can also be a frontrunner in cutting-edge sustainability initiatives, housing the Coralarium, the Maldives’ first underwater artwork set up doubling as a coral regeneration mission, and the Sustainability Lab, the place state-of-the-art equipment turns plastic waste into beautiful bespoke souvenirs.
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