The world’s highest tennis court is atop Dubai’s Burj al Arab. At about 690 feet, the grass court offers panoramic view of Dubai and a thrilling match. Roger Federer and Andre Agassi played a tennis match on the helipad – converted – court as part of a publicity stunt for the ATP’s Dubai Duty Free Men’s Open.
Astor Courts, once called The Ferncliff Casino, was constructed for John Jacob Astor IV and his wife, Ava in 1902. A Beaux Arts building, designed by the famous American architect, Stanford White with his firm McKim Mead and White. Astor Courts was originally intended by the Astors as a sporting pavilion, with guest bedrooms, for the many notable people who visited the estate.
La Cavalerie, an English lodge style club located in the heart of Paris. The court is a sight to behold; 1,400 pieces of wood were fashioned to create a honeycomb style wall/ceiling arching over the playing surface.
The club house of the IJburg Clay Tennis Courts is open to all, free of charge, 365 days a year. The focal point of the complex is ‘the couch’, a sculptural red clubhouse designed by Dutch architects also serving as a viewing platform overlooking the adjacent water.
5. Singita Sabora Camp, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
If you can take the hot African sun, check out this luxury safari lodge’s beautiful court, which has insane views that stretch across the African plains of the Serengeti National Park. Just don’t be surprised if your game is interrupted by game.
6. Jensen Brothers Tennis Academy, Sea Island, Georgia
Jensen Brothers Tennis Academy, the Cloister Tennis Center at Sea Island, Georgia, is a home for 8 tennis courts. In the middle of a luxury resort, the courts offer plenty of space with a picturesque backdrop.
7. Peter Island, British Virgin Islands
Peter Island is the largest privately owned island in the British Virgin Islands. This private island boasts some of the most beautiful palm-fringed tennis courts we’ve ever seen. Other than an eye-catchy tennis court, they also offer beach bar, a pool, PADI dive shop and ocean-front spa.
8. Isle of Harris Scotland: Bunabhainneadar Tennis Court
Nestled among craggy hills of the Scottish Outer Hebrides, extravaganza of panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, this pristine tennis court is owned by a charitable foundation and run by tennis coach Mike Briggs. As long as you get a reservation and find the court, you can play here.
But the PROPOSED Underwater Tennis Court, Dubai may take the cake
After the highest tennis court, Dubai plans to venture underwater. Polish architect Krysztof Kotala has proposed an underwater tennis court offshore in the Persian Gulf, between the Burj al Arab and the Palm Jumeirah islands in the United Arab Emirates. The structure would house seven courts, each with a rooftop coral reef design. If sanctioned, it would give spectators a hard time in deciding whether to watch Tennis or the marine life.
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