At Peter Burwash International we recognize that Tennis is a multifaceted journey. As such we look to create programs with diversity that allow players to hone their skills in a number of areas. Through our LEARN, PLAY, COMPETE model we provides opportunities for players to LEARN through lessons, PLAY through groups, clinics and match plays, and COMPETE through tournaments. Our strong presence in the Middle East provides world-class training across the best facilities for players of varying levels to reach their full potential. Whether you are a recreational adult, or a junior aspiring to go on tour we have coaches and programs with the expertise to meet your needs at the venues across Park Hyatt Dubai, American University Dubai and Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach.Click here to learn more about our international operations.
Peter Burwash International brings 40 years of world-class tennis excellence to you, while managing the tennis operations and programs at 59 world class resort and clubs, including 10 of the top 20 Tennis resorts in the world. Why not prioritize tennis when planning your next vacation?Find out more
To all those Tennis enthusiasts out there, welcome to the PBI Middle East website. I personally have been in Dubai for 10 years, and for the past 20 years Peter Burwash International has been delivering Tennis programs in the region to the very highest standard. Our team are very highly trained tennis “professionals”, who’s standards of service, professionalism and organization enable us to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers.
Our philosophy is to teach people, not systems, however our common sense and fundamental approach to lessons helps our students to really understand the game and all its intricacies.
More than a Tennis academy, we aim to create well rounded club environments for our players to ensure they can develop technically, tactically, competitively and socially.
I hope to welcome you to one of our programs or facilities in the near future.
Regional Tennis Director