Ten of the world’s most incredible tennis courts, from Scotland to Arizona via Italy’s Amalfi coast

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Travel Insider 🔵 YOUR UPDATES TODAY 🔵 It’s not just the grand slam courts that are showstoppers in the tennis world. We’ve scoured the planet and found 10 tennis courts in unlikely places that all have the wow factor. AmerExperience.com Latest News 🔵

We’ve scoured the planet and found 10 tennis courts in unlikely places that all have (or had) the wow factor.

For instance, there’s the jaw-dropping court on the paradise Emerald Cay Estate island in Turks and Caicos, which appears to float on the water; the remote tennis court on Scotland’s Isle of Harris, and the regulation-size court that hotel guests can use that’s been laid out on a rocky cliff face on Italy‘s breathtaking Amalfi Coast.

There are also courts in the Arizona desert and in the middle of the African wilderness.

We also discovered some mind-blowing ‘stunt’ tennis courts – such as the one that appeared 692ft up on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab hotel.

Scroll down for pictures of courts that are undeniably ace.




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