Zürich city has lots of public tennis courts (also indoors for winter) that don't require a yearly membership and can be easily reserved online. Last Updated: 25 Apr 2013 Many tennis clubs in Switzerland are private, meaning you have to pay a yearly club fee to use their facilities.
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Tennis Courts in Zurich, Switzerland There are 59 tennis court locations in Zurich, Switzerland. These tennis court listings were all submitted by members of GTN.
Tennisanlage Lengg is a private tennis establishment situated at Bleulerstrasse 41, Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. There are 12 private tennis courts at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are not lighted. You can call this tennis location at +41443811313.
Indoor Tennis. Zurich has several public indoor tennis courts that are open to the public. You can reserve them online at GotCourts. Some aren’t heated well, so it can get cold in winter – bundle up! Indoor Racket Sports
Tennisanlage Mythenquai is a private tennis facility located at Mythenquai 2, Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. There are 8 private tennis courts at this tennis location. The tennis courts are not lighted. You can reach this tennis facility at +41442023243.
The public tennis complex in the city of Zurich offers perfect conditions for a year-long training on different types of surfaces. During summer season trainings are held on the outdoor clay courts as on the indoor rebound ace and carpet courts.
Quest, I play tennis here although not to a high standard. In my experience you have to join a club to play outdoor in the summer but if you`re happy to play in a hall you don`t have to be a member. Indoor tennis is very accessible and I think there are many people who will be happy to play you - particulary if you`re good.
The 1996 European Indoors was a women's tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts at the Hallenstadion in Zürich in Switzerland that was part of Tier I of the 1996 WTA Tour. The tournament was held from 14 October through 20 October 1996. Fourth-seeded Jana Novotná won the singles titles and earned $150,000 first-prize money. Gabriela Sabatini announced her retirement shortly after losing her first-round match against Jennifer Capriati.
It takes 150 specialist workers and 300 tonnes of material to prepare the Hallenstadion into the Zurich Open tennis venue. The event has two tennis courts available for tournament play. Past champions of the tournament include former world number ones Steffi Graf, Lindsay Davenport, Martina Hingis, Venus Williams, Justine Henin and Maria Sharapova.
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