6 BEST TENNIS COURSES IN THE WORLD

by Norma Brockman
6 BEST TENNIS COURSES IN THE WORLD

1. Tennis Rod Laver Arena (AUSTRALIAN OPEN)

Capacity: 16,820

The field is named after the legendary three-time Australian Open champion Rod Laver.

Rod Laver Arena là một nhà thi đấu đa năng nằm trong Melbourne Park, ở Melbourne, Victoria, Úc. Nhà thi đấu là địa điểm chính của Giải quần vợt Úc Mở rộng, giải đấu quần vợt Grand Slam đầu tiên trong năm

Tập tin:Rod Laver Arena 2015 Australian Open.jpg – Wikipedia tiếng Việt

2. Tennis Stade Roland Garros (FRENCH OPEN)

Capacity: 15,166

The name of this arena is the name of 1st World War fighter pilot in the Mediterranean, Roland Garros.

Roland-Garros Stadium - Paris 2024

3. Tennis Centre Court at Wimbledon

Capacity: 15,000

This is the venue for the most exciting matches of the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. And this is also the most expensive tennis court in the world. Ticket prices for the 2013 Wimbledon final between Murray and Djokovic were up to £83,000 at one point.

In Pictures: Wimbledon Centre Court Is 100 Years Old | Londonist

4. Tennis Arthur Ashe Stadium (US OPEN)

Capacity: 22,547

This is also the largest capacity tennis court in the world, where the matches of the last Grand Slams tournament of the year take place. It is named after the American tennis legend Arthur Ashe.

Arthur Ashe Stadium - Wikipedia

5. Tennis Indian Wells Tennis Garden

Capacity: 16,100

Indian Wells Center Court. It is also home to the ATP and WTA Series tournaments.

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6. Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena

Capacity: 15,000

Shanghai’s largest tennis court, with a dome made of steel, can close when it rains in just 8 minutes. The ATP World Tour Final matches were held here from 2005 to 2008 (when the tournament name was still Tennis Masters Cup).

Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena(Shanghai Rolex Masters) | Tennis Courts  Map Directory

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