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I’ve been lucky enough to experience some beautiful courts over the years, which has led me to researching what other ones are out there. I’ve compiled a list of ten of my favorite courts around the world, some of which I’ve played on and some of which are on my bucket list.
Tennis de la Cavalerie - I’ve had the pleasure of playing on this court and it’s as beautiful as it looks. It is located on a rooftop in Paris with a perfect view of the Eiffel Tower.
Il San Pietro di Positano - Located on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. I’m planning to take a trip to Italy this summer, and this is on my list to visit.
Goldstein Residence - While I haven’t played on this court yet, I was able to see it in person. Located at the Goldstein House in Los Angeles with infinity-edge design and a skyline view.
Burj Al Arab - I won’t be able to play here sadly, as it was converted from a helipad in Dubai to host a match between Federer and Agassi in 2005.
Astor Court - I need to make the trip upstate to Rhinebeck, NY to play here in the near future.
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc - One of my favorite courts to play on in the world is located at the amazing Hotel du Cap in Antibes, France. I’ve been a few times and this court is a big reason why.
San Paolo Converso - Another one I won’t be able to play on sadly, as it was part of a rotating installation by Asad Raza in Milan.
Sportchalet Mürren - Another court I need to visit. This one sits in the Alps mountain range, and can be accessed from a car-free village in Switzerland.
Tennis Hall of Fame - I’ve yet to visit the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI but when I do, I plan to figure out how to play on this iconic court.
Tennisclub IJburg - Known as “The Couch”, this court is in Amsterdam and is open to the public. Need to go here.
- Ronnie Fieg