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List of tennis stadiums by capacity

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Arthur Ashe Stadium, built in 1997 at the USTA National Tennis Center in New York City, is the world's largest tennis venue.
Arthur Ashe Stadium, built in 1997 at the USTA National Tennis Center in New York City, is the world's largest tennis venue.

The following is a list of notable tennis stadiums, that is the maximum number of spectators they can regularly accommodate.

Notes:

  • Stadiums ordered by their capacity (if equal, by the first stadium to reach the capacity)
  • Some of the tennis venues like the O2 Arena and Ahoy Rotterdam, are, from the outset, general or multi-purpose arenas
  • The larger (mostly football) stadiums that incidentally may have hosted a tennis event are not included, but listed separately below.

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Welcome to Top10Archive! Since ancient times, man has sought means of entertainment. For most of us, that happens to be found in the large world of sports. With athletics growing to be such a large part of the human culture, it comes as no surprise that such fantastic architectural creativity has gone into constructing some stadiums. In this installment, we're counting down our pick for the top 10 most historic sports arenas still in use today! 10. Wimbledon Centre Court, 1922 (London, UK) The main court at Wimbledon, the Centre Court, is considered to be the most famous tennis court in the world. Used annually during the Wimbledon Championship, but the court was also used for the 2012 Summer Olympics. The historic court opened in 1922 and had undergone a major renovation in 2009, in which a fully retractable roof was installed, and the capacity was increased to now accommodate 15,000 fans. 9. Wrigley Field, 1914 (Chicago, IL) The historic Wrigley Field opened in 1914 under the name Weeghman Park, and just a couple of years later in 1916, it would become home to the Chicago Cubs, a team that hasn't won a World Series in over 100 years or a Pennant in the past 70. Wrigley Field is the second oldest MLB ballpark, losing out only to Fenway Park. Reaching an overall capacity of around 42,500 spectators, the stadium is known for its ivy-covered brick outfield wall and for still using hand-turned scoreboards. 8. Fenway Park, 1912 (Boston, MA) Home of the famous "Green Monster", Fenway Park has stood since 1912 - making it the oldest major league baseball field still in use. Fenway Park is unique in the sense that it's the 6th smallest of the 30 stadiums by seating capacity, while having the 2nd longest center-field wall. Today, the park holds the recrod for most consecutive home field sellouts in Major League Baseball and is a part of the United States National Register of Historic Places. 7. Old Trafford, 1910 (Manchester, England) Home of Manchester United, the second largest football stadium and the largest club stadium in the United Kingdom, the Old Trafford has an impressive capacity between 75,000 ad 76,000 occupants. Old Trafford has been host to many important matches, including the 1966 World Cup, 2003 Champions League Final, and two Rugby League World Cups. Old Trafford was even been host to some football matches in the 2012 Summer Olympics, including for the first time in history, Women's International Football. 6. Indianapolis Motor Speedway, 1909 (Indianapolis, IN) Built in 1909 and home to the famed annual races, the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was also home to the United States Grand Prix for Formula One from 2000 to 2007. It has an estimated seating capacity of around 235,000 people, and infield seating allows for a larger total approximately 400,000 people - giving it the title of the greatest seating capacity of any sports venue throughout the world. 5. Anfield, 1884 (Liverpool, England) Beginning in 1884, the Anfield football stadium would open doors in Liverpool, England - and is currently the 7th largest football stadium in England. Anfield is home to the Liverpool Football Club, and has been since their inauguration in 1892. After its conversion to an all-theatre style stadium in 1994, the stadium seen a reduction in capacity and can now only hold about 45,000 attendees, but plans to increase the stadium to hold roughly 60,000 people is in the process. 4. Churchill Downs, 1875 (Louisville, KT) First opening its gates in 1875, Churchhill Downs would immediately begin hosting the Kentucky Derby, the longest continuously running sporting event in the United States. The founding of the track happened after one, Colonel Meriwether Lewis Clark took a trip to England. There he would attend the Epsom Derby, inspiring him to make horse racing as popular in the United States. Churchill Downs opened with three major races - the Kentucky Oaks, Kentucky Derby and the Clark Handicap. 3. Saratoga Race Course, 1863 (Saratoga Springs, NY) First opening in 1863, the Saratoga Race Course is a horse racing track found in New York, United States. Now home to numerous notable races, including the Travers Stakes and the Whitney Handicap, this relatively old racetrack, being the third oldest in the United States, seats approximately 50,000 occupants. The track has been in use nearly every year since its opening well over a century ago. 2. Bramall Lane Stadium, 1855 (Sheffield, England) Originally opening in 1855, Bramall Lane Stadium stands as the oldest stadium in the world that still hosts professional football matches. Originally opening as a cricket stadium, it wasn't until 1862 that the first football game was played - after which the stadium would host football games regularly. The stadium has also been host to many other big events, such as a pair of Bruce Springsteen concerts in 1988 and a Billy Graham Evangelist meeting in 1985. 1. Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1854 (Melbourne, Australia) Known simply as the "G", the Melbourne Cricket Ground not only holds the record for having the highest light towers in a sports arena, it also holds the record for being the oldest continuously operating sports arena in the world. The "G" is the 10th largest stadium in the world, and the largest in Australia - with a maximum seating capacity of right around 100,000 people. As of 1986, the "G" also houses the National Sports Museum.

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Current tennis stadiums

ATP/WTA/Grandslam tour tennis venues

Stadium City Country Tournament hosted Capacity Indoor/Outdoor Surface Tour Ref.
Arthur Ashe Stadium New York City  United States US Open 23,771 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined [1]
O2 Arena London  United Kingdom ATP World Tour Finals (2009–20) 17,500 indoor hard ATP [2]
Indian Wells Tennis Garden – Stadium 1 Indian Wells  United States Indian Wells Masters 16,102 outdoor hard Combined [3]
Ahoy Rotterdam Rotterdam  Netherlands ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament 15,818 indoor hard ATP [4]
AccorHotels Arena Paris  France Paris Masters 15,500 indoor hard ATP [5]
Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena Shanghai  China ATP World Tour Finals (2005–08); Shanghai Masters 15,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hard ATP [6]
National Tennis Stadium Beijing  China China Open 15,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined [7]
Connecticut Tennis Center Stadium New Haven  United States Connecticut Open 15,000 outdoor hard WTA [8]
Optics Valley Int. Tennis Center – Central Court Wuhan  China Wuhan Open 15,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hard WTA [9]
Wimbledon Centre Court London  United Kingdom The Championships, Wimbledon; 2012 Summer Olympics 14,979 outdoor, retractable-roof grass Combined [10]
Stade Roland Garros – Court Philippe Chatrier Paris  France French Open; 2024 Summer Olympics 14,840 outdoor clay Combined [11]
Rod Laver Arena Melbourne  Australia Australian Open 14,820 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined [12]
Louis Armstrong Stadium New York City  United States US Open 14,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined [13]
Armeets Arena Sofia  Bulgaria WTA Tournament of Champions (2012–14); Sofia Open 13,545 indoor hard Combined [14]
Am Rothenbaum Hamburg  Germany German Open Tennis Championships 13,300 outdoor, retractable-roof clay ATP [15]
Tennis Center at Crandon Park Key Biscayne  United States Miami Masters 13,300 outdoor hard Combined [16]
Aviva Centre Toronto  Canada Canada Masters 12,500 outdoor hard WTA/ATP [17]
Caja Mágica, Estadio Manolo Santana Madrid  Spain Madrid Masters 12,500 outdoor, retractable-roof clay Combined [18]
Gerry Weber Stadion Halle  Germany Gerry Weber Open 12,300 outdoor, retractable-roof grass ATP [19]
Singapore Indoor Stadium Singapore  Singapore WTA Finals 12,000 indoor hard WTA
IGA Stadium Montreal  Canada Canada Masters 11,700 outdoor hard WTA/ATP [20]
Spodek Katowice  Poland Katowice Open 11,500 indoor WTA
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Center Court Cincinnati  United States Cincinnati Masters 11,435 outdoor hard Combined [21]
Olympic Stadium Moscow  Russia Kremlin Cup 11,400 indoor hard Combined [22]
Wimbledon No. 1 Court London  United Kingdom The Championships, Wimbledon; 2012 Summer Olympics 11,393 outdoor, retractable-roof (from 2019) grass Combined [23]
Hisense Arena Melbourne  Australia Australian Open 10,500 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined [24]
NSW Tennis Centre Sydney  Australia Sydney International; 2000 Olympics 10,500 outdoor hard Combined [25]
Foro Italico, Campo Centrale Rome  Italy Italian Open 10,500 outdoor clay Combined [26]
Volvo Tennis Center Charleston  United States Volvo Cars Open 10,200 outdoor green clay WTA [27]
Stade Roland Garros – Court Suzanne Lenglen Paris  France French Open; 2024 Summer Olympics 10,056 outdoor clay Combined [11]
Ariake Coliseum Tokyo  Japan Japan Open Tennis Championships, Pan Pacific Open; 2020 Summer Olympics 10,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hard WTA/ATP [28]
Lotus Court Beijing  China China Open; 2008 Olympics 10,000 outdoor hard Combined [29]
Seoul Olympic Park Tennis Center Seoul  South Korea 1988 Olympics; Korea Open 10,000 outdoor hard WTA [30]
Estoril Court Central Oeiras  Portugal Portugal Open 10,000 outdoor clay Combined [31]
Maria Esther Bueno Court Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 2016 Summer Olympics 10,000 outdoor hard Combined [32]
Guangdong Olympic Tennis Centre – Centre Court Guangzhou  China Guangzhou International Women's Open 9,534 outdoor hard WTA [33]
Monte Carlo Country Club Roquebrune-Cap-Martin  France Monte-Carlo Masters 9,000 outdoor clay ATP [34]
St. Jakobshalle Basel   Switzerland Swiss Indoors 9,000 indoor hard ATP [35]
Pista Rafa Nadal Barcelona  Spain Barcelona Open 8,800 outdoor clay ATP [36]
Queen's Club London  United Kingdom Queen's Club Championships 8,651 outdoor grass ATP [37]
Delray Beach Tennis Center – Stadium Delray Beach  United States Delray Beach Open 8,200 outdoor hard ATP [38]
Garanti Koza Arena Istanbul  Turkey TEB BNP Istanbul Open 8,000 outdoor clay ATP [39]
Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club Eastbourne  United Kingdom Eastbourne International 8,000 outdoor grass WTA [40]
Indian Wells Tennis Garden – Stadium 2 Indian Wells  United States Indian Wells Masters 8,000 outdoor hard Combined [3]
West Ridge Park Tennis Stadium Durban  South Africa South African Open 7,500
William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center Washington, D.C.  United States Washington Open 7,500 outdoor hard Combined [41]
Wiener Stadthalle Vienna  Austria Vienna Open 7,500 indoor hard ATP [42]
Margaret Court Arena Melbourne  Australia Australian Open 7,500 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined [43]
Sibur Arena St. Petersburg  Russia St. Petersburg Open,

St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy

7,140 indoor hard WTA/ATP [44]
Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex Doha  Qatar Qatar Open, Qatar Ladies Open 7,000 outdoor hard WTA/ATP [45]
Tennis Club Weissenhof Stuttgart  Germany MercedesCup 6,500 outdoor grass ATP [46]
Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club Buenos Aires  Argentina ATP Buenos Aires 6,250 outdoor clay ATP [47]
Porsche Arena Stuttgart  Germany Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 6,100 indoor clay WTA [48]
Fairmont Acapulco Princess Acapulco  Mexico Mexican Open 6,000 hard Combined [49]
Sichuan International Tennis Center Center Court Chengdu  China Chengdu Open 6,000 outdoor hard ATP [50]
Roy Emerson Arena Gstaad   Switzerland Suisse Open Gstaad 6,000 outdoor clay ATP/WTA [51]
Grandstand New York City  United States US Open 8,125 outdoor hard Combined [52]
Tennis stadium Kitzbühel Kitzbühel  Austria Austrian Open Kitzbühel 6,000 ATP [53]
L'Àgora (Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències) Valencia  Spain Valencia Open 500 6,000 ATP [54]
Intersport Arena Linz  Austria Generali Ladies Linz 5,699 WTA [55]
Complexe Al Amal Casablanca  Morocco Grand Prix Hassan II 5,500 ATP [56]
Pat Rafter Arena Brisbane  Australia Brisbane International 5,500 Combined [57]
Racquet Club of Memphis Memphis  United States Memphis Open 5,200 ATP [58]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Grandstand Cincinnati  United States Cincinnati Masters 5,000 Combined [21]
Dubai Tennis Stadium Dubai  United Arab Emirates Dubai Tennis Championships 5,000 WTA/ATP [59]
BNR Arenas Bucharest  Romania Bucharest Open, BCR Open Romania 5,000 WTA/ATP [60]
Qizhong Forest Sports City Grand Stand Court 2 Shanghai  China Shanghai Masters 5,000 ATP [6]
Kungliga tennishallen Stockholm  Sweden Stockholm Open 5,000 ATP [61]
Båstad Tennis Stadium Båstad  Sweden Swedish Open 5,000 WTA/ATP [61]
Optics Valley International Tennis Center – Court 1 Wuhan  China Wuhan Open 5,000 WTA [62]
Zhuhai Hengqin International Tennis Center Zhuhai  China WTA Elite Trophy 5,000 WTA [63]
Warszawianka Tennis Centre Warsaw  Poland Warsaw Open 4,500 ATP [64]
Arènes de Metz Metz  France Moselle Open 4,303 ATP [65]
MTTC Iphitos Munich  Germany BMW Open 4,300 ATP [66]
Court Banque Nationale Montreal  Canada Canada Masters 4,250 outdoor hard WTA/ATP
Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Complex Pune  India Maharashtra Open 4,200 outdoor hard ATP [67]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Court #3 Cincinnati  United States Cincinnati Masters 4,000 Combined [21]
ITC Stella Maris Umag  Croatia Croatia Open Umag 4,000 outdoor clay ATP [68]
Newport Casino Newport  United States US Natl. Championships (1881–1914); Hall of Fame Championships 3,038 ATP [69]
Moon Court Beijing  China China Open; 2008 Olympics 4,000 Combined [29]
Wimbledon No. 2 Court London  United Kingdom The Championships, Wimbledon; 2012 Summer Olympics 4,000 Combined
Shenzhen Longgang Sports Center Shenzhen  China WTA Shenzhen Open, ATP Shenzhen Open 4,000 WTA/ATP [70]
Roland Garros No. 1 Court (being replaced to demolish) Paris  France French Open 3,802 Combined [11]
Victoria Park, Hong Kong Causeway Bay  Hong Kong Hong Kong Tennis Classic; Hong Kong Open 3,607 WTA [71]
Estadio 2: Arantxa Sánchez Vicario Madrid  Spain Madrid Open 3,500 Combined [72]
Tuanbo International Tennis Center Tianjin  China Tianjin Open 3,500 WTA
ASB Centre Auckland  New Zealand ATP Auckland Open, WTA Auckland Open 3,200 WTA/ATP [73]
River Oaks Country Club Houston  United States U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships 3,000 ATP [74]
Melbourne Park Show Court 2 Melbourne  Australia Australian Open 3,000 Combined [75]
Melbourne Park Show Court 3 Melbourne  Australia Australian Open 3,000 Combined [75]
Baku Tennis Academy Central Court Baku  Azerbaijan Baku Cup 3,000 WTA
BJK National Tennis Center – Court 17 New York City  United States US Open 2,500 Combined [1]
Estadio 3 Madrid  Spain Madrid Open 2,500 Combined [72]
Hobart International Tennis Centre Hobart  Australia Hobart International 2,500 WTA [76]
Roland Garros No. 18 Court (2018) Paris  France French Open 2,200 outdoor clay Combined [11]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Court 10 Cincinnati  United States Cincinnati Masters 2,000 Combined [21]
Qizhong Forest Sports City Court 3 Shanghai  China Shanghai Masters 2,000 ATP [6]
Brad Drewett Court Beijing  China China Open; 2008 Olympics 2,000 Combined [77]
Wimbledon No. 3 Court London  United Kingdom The Championships, Wimbledon 2,000 Combined [10]
Guangdong Olympic Tennis Centre – Court 1 Guangzhou  China Guangzhou International Women's Open 1,845 WTA [33]

Davis Cup and Federation Cup venues

Below is a list of, arenas, stadiums, and courts that have held a World Group match in either the Davis Cup or the Fed Cup (including world group play offs), but that have not appeared on either the ATP or WTA tours.

Rank Stadium Tennis event
capacity
City Country Tournament hosted Source
1 Stade Pierre-Mauroy 27,448 Villeneuve-d'Ascq  France 2014 Davis Cup final, 2017 Davis Cup final [78]
2 Estadio de La Cartuja 27,200 Seville  Spain 2004 Davis Cup final [79]
3 White City Stadium 25,578 Sydney  Australia 1954 Davis Cup final [80]
4 Las Ventas 23,798 Madrid  Spain 2008 Davis Cup semifinal [81]
5 Belgrade Arena 23,000 Belgrade  Serbia 2007 Davis Cup World Group Play-offs; 2010 Davis Cup final [82]
6 Palexpo 18,400 Geneva   Switzerland 2013 Davis Cup, 2014 Davis Cup [83]
7 O2 Arena (Prague) 17,000 Prague  Czech Republic 2007 Davis Cup World Group Play-offs [84]
8 Palau Sant Jordi 16,500 Barcelona  Spain 2000 Davis Cup final; 2009 Davis Cup final [85]
9 Barclaycard Arena 15,800 Birmingham  United Kingdom 2016 Davis Cup
10 Estadio Mary Terán de Weiss 15,500 Buenos Aires  Argentina 2006 Davis Cup semifinal [86]
11 Tauron Arena Kraków 15,328 Kraków  Poland 2015 Fed Cup [87]
12 Palacio de Deportes de Santander 14,000 Santander  Spain 2000 Davis Cup semifinal [88]
13 Flanders Expo 13,000 Ghent  Belgium 2015 Davis Cup final
14 Memorial Coliseum 12,000 Portland, Oregon  United States 2007 Davis Cup final [89]
15 Menora Mivtachim Arena 11,700 Tel Aviv  Israel Davis Cup ties[90] [91][92]
16 Public Auditorium 11,500 Cleveland  United States 1973 Davis Cup final [93]
17 Mediolanum Forum 11,200 Milan  Italy 1998 Davis Cup final [94]
18 Sears Centre 11,000 Hoffman Estates, Illinois  USA 2014 Davis Cup [95]
19 Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre 10,000 Brisbane  Australia 1999 Davis Cup semifinal [96]
20 Polideportivo Islas Malvinas 9,800 Mar del Plata  Argentina 2008 Davis Cup Final [97]
21 Commonwealth Arena 8,200 Glasgow  United Kingdom 2015 Davis Cup [98]
22 Petco Park 8,000 San Diego  United States 2014 Davis Cup [99]
23 Patinódromo Municipal 8,000 Mar del Plata  Argentina 2014 Davis Cup [100]
24 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 7,000 San Francisco  United States 1974 Davis Cup final
25 Anita Lizana Court at Estadio Nacional 6,300 Santiago  Chile 1976 Davis Cup final [101]
26 Royal Dublin Society 6,000 Dublin  Ireland 1983 Davis Cup [102]
27 Sibamac Arena 4,500 Bratislava  Slovakia 2005 Davis Cup
28 Lokomotyv Palace of Sports 2,574 Kharkiv  Ukraine 2010 Fed Cup [103]
29 Idrottens Hus 2,400 Helsingborg  Sweden 2001 Davis Cup; 2003 Davis Cup; 2009 Davis Cup [104]
         The highest ever attendance record for an internationally-sanctioned competition tennis match.

Former tennis venues

This is list of stadiums that no longer host regular professional tennis tournaments in the men's or women's tour (ATP/WTA), but have done so in the past.

Stadium Capacity City Country Tournament hosted Source
Sportpaleis 18,500 Antwerp  Belgium Diamond Games [105]
Sinan Erdem Dome 16,410 Istanbul  Turkey WTA Championships (2011–13) [106]
Putra Indoor Stadium 14,500 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia ATP Malaysian Open
West Side Tennis Club 14,000 New York City  United States US Open (1923–1977); Forest Hills Tennis Classic [107]
Hallenstadion 13,000 Zürich   Switzerland Zurich Open [108]
Telefónica Arena Madrid 12,000 Madrid  Spain Madrid Masters (2002–2008); WTA Championships [109]
Netaji Indoor Stadium 12,000 Kolkata  India Sunfeast Open [110]
Pavilhão Atlântico 12,000 Lisbon  Portugal ATP World Tour Finals (2000) [31]
SCC Peterburgsky 12,000 St. Petersburg  Russia St. Petersburg Open [111]
IMPACT Arena 12,000 Bangkok  Thailand Thailand Open [112]
HP Pavilion at San Jose 11,386 San Jose, California  United States SAP Open [113]
Indianapolis Tennis Center 10,000 Indianapolis  United States Indianapolis Tennis Championships [114]
National Tennis Centre 10,000 Toronto  Canada Canada Masters
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium 10,000 Tokyo  Japan Pan Pacific Open [115]
Beijing Tennis Center 10,000 Beijing  China China Open (2004–2008)
SRPC Milan Gale Muškatirović 9,000 Belgrade  Serbia Serbia Open [116]
Athens Olympic Tennis Centre 8,600 Athens  Greece 2004 Olympics [117]
Kooyong Stadium 8,500 Melbourne  Australia Australian Open; Kooyong Classic [118]
Burswood Dome 8,000 Perth  Australia Hopman Cup [114]
The Home Depot Center (tennis) 8,000 Carson, California  United States LA Women's Tennis Championships; East west bank classic [119]
Stone Mountain Tennis Center 7,200[120] Atlanta  United States 1996 Olympics [121]
Steffi-Graf-Stadion 7,000 Berlin  Germany WTA German Open [122]
Dom Sportova 7,000 Zagreb  Croatia Zagreb Indoors [123]
Palais des Sports de Gerland 6,500 Lyon  France Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon [124]
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Tennis Club 6,300 Scottsdale, Arizona  United States ATP Scottsdale Classic (1987–2005) [125]
Memorial Drive Park 6,000 Adelaide  Australia Next Generation Adelaide International [126]
Los Angeles Tennis Center 5,800[127] Los Angeles  United States Countrywide Classic; 1984 Olympics [128]
SDAT Tennis Stadium 5,800 Chennai  India Chennai Open [129]
Racquet Park at Amelia Island Plantation 5,390 Amelia Island, Florida  United States Bausch & Lomb Championships [130]
Westside Tennis Club 5,240 Houston, Texas  United States U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships (2001–2007); ATP World Tour Finals (2003, 2004) [131]
Memorial Drive Park 5,000 Adelaide  Australia World Tennis Challenge
Sportlokaal Bokkeduinen 5,000 Amersfoort  Netherlands Dutch Open – Combined [132]
Utsubo Tennis Center Center Court 5,000 Osaka  Japan Japan Women's Open [133]
Darling Tennis Center 3,500 Las Vegas, Nevada  United States Tennis Channel Open [134]
Római Teniszakadémia 3,000 Budapest  Hungary Budapest Grand Prix [135]
Guangzhou Tianhe Sports Center – Tennis Stadium 2,000 Guangzhou  China Guangzhou International Women's Open [136]
Sea Pines Racquet Club 1,800 Hilton Head, South Carolina  United States Family Circle Cup (1973–2000)
Werzer Arena 1,600 Pörtschach  Austria Hypo Group Tennis International [137]
Athens Lawn Tennis Club 1,500 Athens  Greece Greek Open
LTAT National Tennis Development Centre 1,500 Bangkok  Thailand Thailand Open [138]
Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club 1,000 Dublin  Ireland Shelbourne Irish Open

Other tennis events

Rank Stadium Capacity City Country Event hosted Date Source
1 King Baudouin Stadium 50,024 Brussels  Belgium Best of Belgium versus Best of the World 8 July 2010 [139]
2 Reliant Astrodome 46,000 Houston  United States The Battle of the Sexes 20 September 1973 [140]
3 Mall of Asia Arena 20,000 Pasay  Philippines International Premier Tennis League 2014 [141] [142]
4 Dubai Sports Complex 15,000 Dubai  United Arab Emirates International Premier Tennis League 2014 [143]
= Indira Gandhi Arena 15,000 New Delhi  India International Premier Tennis League 2014 [144]
6 Perth Arena 14,025 Perth  Australia Hopman Cup recurring (annual) ITF event [114]
7 Singapore Indoor Stadium 12,000 Singapore  Singapore International Premier Tennis League 2014 [145]
8 Palma Arena 7,000 Palma de Mallorca  Spain Battle of Surfaces 2 May 2007 [146]
9 Circolo della Stampa 7,000 Turin  Italy Sporting Challenger 2002—2011
10 Stoke Park 1,900 Stoke Poges  United Kingdom Boodles Challenge recurring (annual) [147]
         The highest ever attendance record for a tennis match.

See also

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