Game, Set, Match: Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi Welcomes Spanish Tennis Star Jaume Munar – Maldives Virtual Tour
ExperiencesOctober 18, 2023

Game, Set, Match: Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi Welcomes Spanish Tennis Star Jaume Munar

Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi is set to welcome tennis star Jaume Munar in an exclusive visit this Autumn. From 20-26 November, the professional tennis player will be on the court to meet and greet sports fanatics from around the world and offer guests an unparalleled tennis adventure amidst the private island’s breathtaking beauty.   

Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi and LUX Tennis have joined forces to bring the LUX Tennis Star Event to life on the ‘Secret Water Island’, providing guests of all ages with the exceptional opportunity to immerse themselves into the world of tennis with one of its highly acclaimed figures. 

Jaume Munar, a 26-year-old Spanish tennis player, began his professional career in 2014. He maintains an ATP ranking of 100, having achieved a career-high ranking of 52. Munar has profoundly impacted the tennis landscape with a series of remarkable accomplishments, including a personal-best tally of 19 victories and successfully qualifying for four ATP Masters 1000 events. Furthermore, his impressive mastery on clay courts is underscored by his notable record of 113 wins in Challenger events, including eight final appearances, and securing titles in Marbella and Perugia in 2022.  

Steven Stefaniuk, the resort’s General Manager, says: “Jaume Munar’s visit forms part of our property’s wellbeing and lifestyle programming, in which Jaume himself will be engaging with our guests and sharing his expert tips and best advice for improving their skills.”

Located in the serene Shaviyani Atoll, the award-winning Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi provides the most luxurious island escape and is only 55 minutes away from the capital city of Malé via scenic seaplane journey. The picturesque island offers a collection of exquisite all-pool Beach, Jungle, and Water villas, four restaurants and bars, Fairmont Spa, and the archipelago’s iconic, longest infinity pool. It is situated in one of the largest resort lagoons in the nation and bordered by a 9-km-long house reef brimming with marine life. The private island hideaway is also a leader in cutting-edge sustainability initiatives, housing the Coralarium, the Maldives’ first underwater art installation doubling as a coral regeneration project, and the Sustainability Lab, where state-of-the-art machinery turns plastic waste into exquisite bespoke souvenirs. 

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