Four Seasons Orlando
10100 Dream Tree Blvd.
Sure, the USTA opened its gleaming new national campus in Lake Nona, but racqueteers wanting to treat themselves ought to head to the Four Seasons for a lesson with accomplished pro Alain Labrecque. He's taught everywhere from Canada to Malaysia to Switzerland, and he'll get you that much closer to channeling your inner Federer, Rafa or Serena. The resort's Har-Tru clay courts go easy on your joints, but a follow-up 80-minute massage will have them feeling as limber as a teenage gymnast's. Players are spoiled with heated memory-foam massage tables, inhalation bowls for relaxation, and cupping therapy to take care of that tennis elbow. More post-tennis pampering can be had in the serene solarium, or in the "Experience Shower" – a multisensory, light-and-sound ablutionary escape. Game, set and match. (We hate to repeat ourselves, but the Four Seasons really is spectacular, if you can afford it.)