- The Ahoy Rotterdam
Ahoy Rotterdam – the award-winning steel structure – is a convention center that hosts the annual ABN Amro tournament in February every year. The stadium has a capacity of 15,818 spectators.
- AccorHotels Arena, Paris
Located in the neighborhood of Bercy, the AccorHotels Arena hosts the Rolex Paris Masters between October and November every year. Its total capacity is 15,609.
- The Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Opened in 1988 and then renovated in 1995, the legendary Rod Laver Arena’s most high-profile features are the oven like temperatures in Melbourne for the annual event Australian Open every January.
- Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena
Located in Shanghai, the Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena is a special and futuristic venue. Its unique spiral-motion retractable roof takes just eight minutes to open or close. The stadium has hosted the Shanghai Masters 1000 event since 2009.
- Diamond Court, Beijing’s National Tennis Center
Constructed for the 2018 Beijing Olympic Games, the Diamond Court at the National Tennis Center in Beijing is another stadium that has a capacity of 15,000 spectators. In the present, it is also the venue for the China Open, an annual badminton tournament that is organized by the Chinese Badminton Association (CBA).
- Wimbledon Center Court
Wimbledon Center Court is considered to be the most famous and iconic of all tennis courts in the world. Dates back to 1922, it has been in an almost constant state of development. The last major addition to Wimbledon Court was the installation of a retractable roof in 2009. It has the capacity of 14,979.
- Court Philippe-Chatrier at Stade Roland Garros
The Court Philippe-Chatrier may be the least eye pleasing in this list of top ten most iconic tennis stadiums. It is most famous for its unpredictable weather conditions thanks to its design. The Court Philippe-Chatrier hosts the French Open – the second grand slam – every year. It has the capacity of 14,840.