Tennis Court In Sky


In preparation for the Dubai Duty Free Men’s Open, Andre Agassi and No.1 Roger Federer, couldn’t resist having a friendly ‘hit’ on the world’s most unique tennis court, the helipad of the Burj Al Arab.

















7 Responses to “ Tennis Court In Sky ”

  1. Uh, uh. No way! I’d be too afraid of going off the side!

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  3. It’s freaking high.. and I bet the ball is hard to handle since the wind current up there is much stronger than it was on the ground.

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  4. Outstanding pictures of Agassi and Fed!! Fed would beat Agassi when both at their prime in my view; but not by much.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Dave

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  5. none, just watching!

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  6. wilson rules!!!

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  7. Meanwhile in Africa people are starving.

    Tennis is fine. Tennis on a skyscraper is douchebaggery of an unprecedented scale.

    I’ll admit its cool but jeez, what an obnoxious waste of money, I can’t even see this being an effective way to play the sport. Wouldn’t it be too damn cold up there? (even in Arabic temperatures) What about the wind? I would also say you would lose a lot of balls (LOL) but then again you built a tennis court on a fucking skyscraper what do you care about a $4 balls?

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