Game, Set, Match
Take your game to the next level with lessons from our tennis coach on one of our three beautifully maintained courts. Or simply hit around and unwind amidst the peaceful backdrop of the pine forest and soothing sounds of the cicadas.
Experienced and knowledgeable tennis coach Caroline Dhenin offers a wide range of techniques and tools to address the specific needs of her clients, both children and adults. Her teaching vision combines technical development and release, and she focuses on both rapid progression and pleasure ensuring both learning and fun.
Professional tennis player
15 years on the international circuit
Registered Tennis Instructor Diploma, First Class
High-Level Federal Coaching Diploma (competition-based)
10th French seed
45th world doubles seed (WTA)
140th world singles seed (WTA)
World Teams Champion, over 35s
Wholly dedicated to the player, instructor Caroline Dhenin focuses on eliminating technical deficiencies to ensure rapid evolution. Her primary goal is to impart her passion of the game to her students, providing them with tools that will enable them to quickly acquire confidence and self-sufficiency.
These lessons are suitable for everyone, at any level, and adaptable to all ages.
Lessons of 30 minutes (one student) up to 2 hours (4 students maximum).
Personalized lessons accompanied by analysis and individual follow-up.Loan of equipment and balls.
Court booking fee included.and Captain of the French Team at the 2015 World Seniors Championship.
60€: 1 hour lesson, rate based on two players
120€: 2 hour lesson, rate based on two players
* Hourly rates subject to discount according to number of hours booked and number of pupils.
Caroline Dehnin, our top-notch instructor has a passion for both tennis and education. The Tennis Academy is open to children 6 to 16 years old, and classes are held on the courts of Dolce Frégate Provence, as follows:
25 sessions of 1 1/2 hours
Wednesday or Saturday afternoons throughout the school year
Groups organised according to age and level
4 to 6 students per court