Contest : Who is going to post the picture of the most amazing/exotic tennis court ?!

Manute Bol

New User
hard to lob ! :p
(c'est en auvergne ?)[/QUOTE]

The roof is so low, there is a house rule: In doubles both players of the serving team must be at the baseline when they serve. It's in Canada.
 
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Deleted member 742196

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Not the most exotic on Google, but by far the most beautiful and serene courts I've been on. I have the fortune of playing here 2-3 months each year:

Kranj, Slovenia:







It doesn't get much lovelier than burnt clay sprinkled with double rainbows.
 
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Deleted member 742196

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Not so exotic, but quite beautiful. Cleaning my files and came across this photo I took walking around Seoul last winter.

Reminds me a lot of where I usually play. But I suppose that's also to be expected.

Hope Tennis Academy - Taichung, Taiwan:

 

manirban

New User
Thanyapura - Phuket, Thailand.
Yeah, it's a really great sports hotel/complex. The quality of tennis teaching however isn't that good. Great facilities though. Definitely worth a 5-7 day vacation if you're ever planning a visit over to Phuket.

http://www.thanyapura.com/sports/asia-tennis-training/phuket-tennis-facility/


Was in Phuket on vacation last Thanksgiving - there are a number of nice tennis facilities on the island - I happened to hit a bit at the JW Marriott on the northern end of the island. It was a nice easy hit, nothing too taxing, but even in Nov, an early morning hit was about what was comfortable before the heat set in (for a Californian that is). Also used the courts at another hotel resort (Anantara iirc) with my kids but the courts were not very well kept and had spiders and insects crawling all over the place - needless to say my kids got spooked out when picking up balls and that was the end of the hitting :)
 
Was in Phuket on vacation last Thanksgiving - there are a number of nice tennis facilities on the island - I happened to hit a bit at the JW Marriott on the northern end of the island. It was a nice easy hit, nothing too taxing, but even in Nov, an early morning hit was about what was comfortable before the heat set in (for a Californian that is). Also used the courts at another hotel resort (Anantara iirc) with my kids but the courts were not very well kept and had spiders and insects crawling all over the place - needless to say my kids got spooked out when picking up balls and that was the end of the hitting :)
Sorry the kids were spooked by the insects, and you were probably like, "aw Phuket."
Why do people still use Photobucket?
You can't spell Photobucket without Phuket. True story.
 

Nolkobolko

Semi-Pro
Not the most exotic on Google, but by far the most beautiful and serene courts I've been on. I have the fortune of playing here 2-3 months each year:

Kranj, Slovenia:







It doesn't get much lovelier than burnt clay sprinkled with double rainbows.
I live there!
 
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