Serena Williams’s Coach to Open Kuwait Tennis Academy

Post by Mark

A world-renowned tennis academy, run by the coach of Serena Williams, will open its first overseas coaching facility in Kuwait.

Tamdeen Group, the Kuwaiti property developer, has signed up the France-based Mouratoglou Tennis Academy for its upcoming Sheikh Jaber Al Abdullah Al Jaber Al Sabah International Tennis Complex. [Source]

The tennis complex is part of the new 360 Mall expansion and will have a combined stadium seating for over 7,600 people across two main arenas, each with the capacity to hold 4,000 and 1,600 people respectively, eight indoor courts with over 500 seats and eight outdoor courts with 1,500 seats. It was already expected to become one of the world’s best tennis facilities without this academy, now it seems like a sure thing.

Thanks bionicnomad

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9 comments, add your own...

  1. Ipsom says:

    It’s needs more indoor compared with out

    • Mark says:

      You can play outdoor tennis in the summer during the evenings… like people already do and like how people play football outdoor at night.

      • Ipsom says:

        Once may starts any exercise more physically exerting than walking I avoid doing outdoor, no matter what the time hehe

  2. Dun says:

    The competition courts (in the far end of the picture) are the real attraction. Not the training courts with 2 row bleachers.

  3. lfcq8 says:

    and when is the opening?

  4. MA says:

    Proud to be part of the core design team.

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