5 Best Tennis Courts In the world

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Best Tennis Courts In the world

Normally when it comes to sports, people i.e. Fans tend to focus more on players and often forget to admire or even remember the grounds on which these players play their games! Tennis is no different either, but still, from London to New York and from Melbourne to Shanghai there are plenty of tennis courts, which are not famous for having a great facility but also for their picturesque lakes.

Here we are with five of the most beautiful and player-friendly tennis courts in the world.

5. Arthur Ashe Stadium, New York

5. Arthur Ashe Stadium, New York City, New York

Home of the US Open, Arthur Ashe Stadium is a part of USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, New York City which was formerly known as Flushing Meadows. The capacity of the Arthur Ashe Stadium is 23, 200 seats with the topmost seating people can look down to the court with ease. The stadium also has a breathtaking view of the famous Manhattan skyline and not to forget the action that happens each day during the American summer.

4. Indian Wells Tennis Garden, Indian Wells, California

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If you want to have a breathtaking look for a sporting venue, then the IndianWellsTennisGarden in the Indian Wells, California is the perfect place for you. The palm trees directly look at the back of the tennis courts and the mountains covered by the snow in the distance. It’s certainly one of the most picturesque tennis ground in the world. The ground facilitates 24 hard courts.

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3. Center Court, Wimbledon        

3. Wimbledon Centre Court, London, EnglandOne of the most famous tennis courts in the world, the center court of Wimbledon can facilitate 15, 000 fans at once. The green grass certainly soothes the eyes and of course the players who play on it. Just outside the center court, there is a huge screen just in front of the laws where fans can sit and enjoy the play with ice crème in their hands.

2. Roy Emerson Arena, Gstaad, Switzerland

2. Roy Emerson Arena, Gstaad, Switzerland

If not the most picturesque sports place than what it is? The Roy Emerson Arena at Gstaad in Switzerland is nothing less than heaven on earth. It has a fantastic backdrop of mountains and trees which is a treat to watch for any tennis fan watching a match in between.

1. Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France

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Yes, it is not part of the French Riviera and certainly not far away from it either if you compare the beauty of the two. With the red clay on the court and green background, it certainly gives you soothing effect to your eyes. With French beauties around it is the must-visit place for every tennis lover of the world.

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