10. Have a nice steak dinner with friends and family at LG’s with a nice Malbec. Don’t forget to try their caesar salad and leave room for one of their delicious deserts.
9. Enjoy a french breakfast over at Clementine Gourmet Marketplace & Cafe, just a hop skip and a jump from the tennis.
8. Get in a little morning tennis at La Quinta (and don’t forget a triple shot latte and maple scone from Starbucks.
7. Hang out at the practice courts and get some shade.
6. Go over to the Renaissance Esmeralda and hang out at their pool. Lots of players from the tournament can be found enjoying the pool as well.
5. Hang out at the Gio Bar at the Esmeralda at night and have cocktails and maybe some sushi at their sushi bar which is really not too bad considering you’re in the desert.
4. Go for a twilight jog on the golf course behind the Hyatt Grand Champions.
3. Take a ride to Palm Springs and check out the beautiful mid century modern architecture.
2. Catch a sunrise while doing a little hike in the beautiful mountains.
1. Being Center Court with a large lemon ice slushie to watch Federer beat Nadal in a third set tie break to win the title from choice courtside seats thanks to Championship Tennis Tours!
Michael Bernstein is president of Championship Tennis Tours. He may be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.tennistours.com.
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