Your Favorite Courts in Asia and Australia
You Told Us Where You Like to Play Tennis
Your Favorite Tennis Courts is a resource that has been compiled with the help of the voices of our Followers. Often you need inspiration to guide you when you know you want to play, but you are unsure of where. So many options and so many decision to make. Why not rely on the great discoveries of other tennis fans/players? They’ve already done the groundwork. Check out these courts. Tell us what you think. Tell us about your favorites.
If you’re looking for tennis travel inspiration, why not follow in the footsteps of other tennis players? We asked where your favorite courts are and this is what you told us. If you have other favorites or opinions about these, please contact us with your comments, photos, and videos.
Four Seasons Kuda Huraa
The floating tennis court – The Maldives~@hendo_daniel
A tiny island next to Kuda Huraa houses the tennis court, which is reached by small boat called a dhoni. It is probably one of the most unique arrivals to a tennis court you will experience and it only takes about one minute. The court is open from 8 am to 8 pm and arrangements can be made for lessons if desired. Tennis balls and racquets are complimentary and the view is second to none.
Singapore Island Country Club
Tanglin and the Singapore Island Country Club had beautiful facilities in a great setting’~@Jackson_catyjac
Here you will find four hard tennis courts and three cushioned covered tennis courts. They also offer a junior tennis program.
Tennis and Squash
With both indoor and outdoor lit courts at this Club, you can enjoy a friendly match at any time of the day. Matches are arranged against other Clubs and against reciprocal clubs from overseas matches as well.
Tatura Lawn Tennis Club
@Tennis_Tourist my favourite place to play is Tatura Lawn Tennis Club victoria Australia. Have u been there?
Tatura Lawn Tennis Club boasts 12 grass courts, two synthetic grass courts and two hard courts. There is a club house and dining facilities. It is 167 km north of Melbourne.