List of tennis stadiums by capacity


The following is a list of notable tennis stadiums, that is the maximum number of spectators they can regularly accommodate.

Arthur Ashe Stadium, built in 1997 at the USTA National Tennis Center in New York City, is the world's largest tennis venue.

Notes:

  • Stadiums ordered by their capacity (if equal, by the first stadium to reach the capacity)
  • Some of the tennis venues like the O2 Arena and Rotterdam Ahoy, are, from the outset, general or multi-purpose arenas
  • The larger (mostly Association football) stadiums that incidentally may have hosted a tennis event are listed in the last section.

Current tennis stadiums


ATP/WTA/Grandslam tour tennis venues

StadiumCityCountryTournament hostedCapacityIndoor/OutdoorSurfaceTourRef.
Arthur Ashe StadiumNew York CityUnited StatesUS Open23,771 outdoor, retractable-roof hardCombined[1]
O2 ArenaLondonUnited KingdomATP World Tour Finals (2009–20)17,500 indoor hardATP[2]
Indian Wells Tennis Garden – Stadium 1Indian WellsUnited StatesIndian Wells Masters16,102 outdoor hardCombined[3]
Rotterdam AhoyRotterdamNetherlandsRotterdam Open15,818 indoor hardATP[4]
AccorHotels ArenaParisFranceParis Masters15,500 indoor hardATP[5]
Perth ArenaPerthAustraliaHopman Cup (2013–19)
ATP Cup (2020–present)
15,500 outdoor, retractable-roof hardATP
Stade Roland Garros – Court Philippe ChatrierParisFranceFrench Open;
2024 Summer Olympics
15,225 outdoor, retractable-roof clayCombined[6]
National Tennis StadiumBeijingChinaChina Open (2011–present);15,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hardCombined[7]
Optics Valley Int. Tennis Center – Central Court Wuhan China Wuhan Open 15,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hard WTA [8]
Wimbledon Centre CourtLondonUnited KingdomThe Championships, Wimbledon;
2012 Summer Olympics
14,979 outdoor, retractable-roof grassCombined[9]
Rod Laver ArenaMelbourneAustraliaAustralian Open14,820 outdoor, retractable-roof hardCombined[10]
Louis Armstrong Stadium New York CityUnited StatesUS Open14,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hardCombined[11]
Hard Rock StadiumMiami GardensUnited StatesMiami Masters (2019–present)13,800 outdoor hardCombined[12]
Qizhong Forest Sports City ArenaShanghaiChinaATP World Tour Finals (2005–08);
Shanghai Masters
13,800 outdoor, retractable-roof hardATP[13]
Armeets Arena SofiaBulgariaWTA Tournament of Champions (2012–14);
Sofia Open
13,545 indoor hardWTA/ATP[14]
Am Rothenbaum HamburgGermanyGerman Open Tennis Championships13,200 outdoor, retractable-roof clayATP[15]
Aviva CentreTorontoCanadaCanada Masters12,500 outdoor hardWTA/ATP[16]
Caja Mágica, Estadio Manolo Santana MadridSpainMadrid Masters12,500 outdoor, retractable-roof clayCombined[17]
Wimbledon No. 1 Court LondonUnited KingdomThe Championships, Wimbledon;
2012 Summer Olympics
12,345 outdoor, retractable-roof (from 2019) grassCombined[9]
Singapore Indoor Stadium SingaporeSingaporeWTA Finals12,000 indoor hardWTA
IGA StadiumMontrealCanadaCanada Masters11,815 outdoor hardWTA/ATP[18]
Gerry Weber Stadion HalleGermanyGerry Weber Open11,500 outdoor, retractable-roof grassATP[19]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Center Court MasonUnited StatesCincinnati Masters11,435 outdoor hardCombined[20]
Olympic Stadium MoscowRussiaKremlin Cup11,400 indoor hardCombined[21]
Melbourne ArenaMelbourneAustraliaAustralian Open10,500 outdoor, retractable-roof hardCombined[22]
NSW Tennis Centre SydneyAustraliaSydney International;

2000 Summer Olympics

10,500 outdoor hardCombined[23]
Foro Italico, Campo Centrale RomeItalyItalian Open10,500 outdoor clayCombined[24]
Volvo Stadium CharlestonUnited StatesVolvo Cars Open10,200 outdoor green clayWTA[25]
Monte Carlo Country Club Roquebrune-Cap-MartinFranceMonte-Carlo Masters10,200 outdoor clayATP[26]
Stade Roland Garros – Court Suzanne Lenglen ParisFranceFrench Open 10,056 outdoor clayCombined[6]
Ariake Coliseum TokyoJapanJapan Open Tennis Championships,
Pan Pacific Open;
2020 Summer Olympics
10,000 outdoor, retractable-roof hardWTA/ATP[27]
Lotus Court BeijingChina2008 Summer Olympics;
China Open
10,000 outdoor hardCombined[28]
Seoul Olympic Park Tennis Center SeoulSouth Korea1988 Summer Olympics;

Korea Open

10,000 outdoor hardWTA[29]
Estoril Court CentralOeirasPortugalPortugal Open10,000 outdoor clayCombined[30]
Guangdong Olympic Tennis Centre – Centre Court Guangzhou China Guangzhou International Women's Open (2015–2018) 9,534 outdoor hard WTA [31]
St. Jakobshalle BaselSwitzerlandSwiss Indoors9,000 indoor hardATP[32]
Ginásio do Ibirapuera São Paulo Brazil Brasil Open (2012–15, 2018–present) 9,000 indoor clay ATP [33]
Pista Rafael NadalBarcelonaSpainBarcelona Open8,800 outdoor clayATP[34]
Queen's ClubLondonUnited KingdomQueen's Club Championships8,651 outdoor grass ATP[35]
Delray Beach Tennis Center – Stadium Delray Beach United States Delray Beach Open 8,200 outdoor hard ATP [36]
Grandstand New York City United States US Open 8,125 outdoor hard Combined [37]
Garanti Koza ArenaIstanbulTurkeyTEB BNP Istanbul Open8,000 outdoor clayATP[38]
Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis ClubEastbourneUnited KingdomEastbourne International8,000 outdoor grassWTA[39]
Indian Wells Tennis Garden – Stadium 2Indian WellsUnited StatesIndian Wells Masters8,000outdoorhardCombined[40]
William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis CenterWashington, D.C.United StatesWashington Open7,500outdoorhardCombined[41]
Wiener StadthalleViennaAustriaVienna Open7,500indoorhardATP[42]
Margaret Court ArenaMelbourneAustraliaAustralian Open7,500 outdoor, retractable-roof hard Combined[43]
Sud de France Arena Montpellier France Open Sud de France 7,500 indoor hard ATP
Sibur Arena St. Petersburg Russia St. Petersburg Open (2015–present);

St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy

7,120 indoor hard WTA/ATP [44]
Khalifa International Tennis and Squash ComplexDohaQatarQatar Open;

Qatar Ladies Open

7,000 outdoor hard WTA/ATP[45]
Jockey Club Brasileiro Rio de Janeiro Brazil Rio Open 7,000 outdoor clay Combined [46]
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, New York United States New York Open 6,500 indoor hard ATP [47]
Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis ClubBuenos AiresArgentinaATP Buenos Aires6,250 outdoor clay ATP[48]
Porsche ArenaStuttgartGermanyPorsche Tennis Grand Prix6,100 indoor clay WTA[49]
Fairmont Acapulco PrincessAcapulcoMexicoMexican Open6,000 outdoor hard Combined[50]
Sichuan International Tennis Center Center Court Chengdu China Chengdu Open 6,000 outdoor hard ATP [51]
Tennis stadium KitzbühelKitzbühelAustriaAustrian Open Kitzbühel5,800 outdoor clay ATP[52]
Intersport ArenaLinzAustriaGenerali Ladies Linz5,699 WTA[53]
Pat Rafter ArenaBrisbaneAustraliaBrisbane International5,500 outdoor hard Combined[54]
Tennis Club WeissenhofStuttgartGermanyMercedes Cup5,500 outdoor grass ATP[55]
True Arena Hua Hin Center Court Hua Hin Thailand Hua Hin Championships 5,088 outdoor hard WTA [56]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - GrandstandMasonUnited StatesCincinnati Masters5,000 outdoor hard Combined[20]
Dubai Tennis StadiumDubaiUAEDubai Tennis Championships5,000 outdoor hard WTA/ATP[57]
Arenele BNRBucharestRomaniaBucharest Open,
BRD Năstase Țiriac Trophy (1993–2016)
5,000 outdoor clay WTA/ATP[58]
Qizhong Forest Sports City Grand Stand Court 2ShanghaiChinaShanghai Masters5,000 outdoor hard ATP[13]
Kungliga tennishallenStockholmSwedenStockholm Open5,000 ATP[59]
Båstad Tennis StadiumBåstadSwedenSwedish Open5,000 WTA/ATP[59]
Optics Valley International Tennis Center – Court 1WuhanChinaWuhan Open5,000 outdoor hard WTA[60]
Zhuhai Hengqin International Tennis Center Zhuhai China WTA Elite Trophy;

Zhuhai Championships; Zhuhai Open

5,000 outdoor hard WTA/ATP [61]
Memorial DriveAdelaideAustraliaAdelaide International 5,000 outdoor hard WTA/ATP [62]
Roy Emerson ArenaGstaadSwitzerlandSuisse Open Gstaad4,500 outdoor clayATP/WTA[63]
Arènes de MetzMetzFranceMoselle Open4,303 ATP[64]
MTTC IphitosMunichGermanyBMW Open4,300 outdoor clay ATP[65]
Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes Córdoba Argentina Córdoba Open 4,270 outdoor clay ATP [66]
Court Banque NationaleMontrealCanadaCanada Masters4,250 outdoor hardWTA/ATP
Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Complex Pune India Maharashtra Open 4,200 outdoor hard ATP [67]
Shenzhen Longgang Sports CenterShenzhenChinaWTA Shenzhen Open;

ATP Shenzhen Open (2014–2018)

4,150 outdoor hard WTA/ATP[68]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Court #3MasonUnited StatesCincinnati Masters4,000 outdoor hard Combined[20]
ITC Stella MarisUmagCroatiaCroatia Open Umag4,000 outdoor clay ATP[69]
Moon CourtBeijingChina2008 Summer Olympics;

China Open

4,000 outdoor hard Combined[28]
Wimbledon No. 2 CourtLondonUnited KingdomThe Championships, Wimbledon; 2012 Summer Olympics4,000 outdoor grass Combined
Roland Garros No. 1 Court (demolished in 2019; replaced by Court Simonne Mathieu)ParisFranceFrench Open3,802 outdoor clay Combined[6]
Victoria Park, Hong KongHong KongChinaHong Kong Tennis Classic;
Hong Kong Open
3,607 outdoor hard WTA[70]
Estadio 2: Arantxa Sánchez VicarioMadridSpainMadrid Open3,500 outdoor, retractable-roof clayCombined[71]
Tuanbo International Tennis CenterTianjinChinaTianjin Open3,500 outdoor hard WTA
Royal Tennis Club de Marrakec Marrakech Morocco Grand Prix Hassan II 3,500 outdoor clay ATP [72]
ASB CentreAucklandNew ZealandATP Auckland OpenWTA Auckland Open3,200 outdoor hard WTA/ATP[73]
Newport Casino Newport United States US Natl. Championships (1881–1914); Hall of Fame Championships 3,038 outdoor grass ATP [74]
River Oaks Country ClubHoustonUnited StatesU.S. Men's Clay Court Championships3,000 outdoor clayATP[75]
Melbourne Park Show Court 2MelbourneAustraliaAustralian Open3,000 outdoor hard Combined[76]
Melbourne Park Show Court 3MelbourneAustraliaAustralian Open3,000 outdoor hard Combined[76]
Baku Tennis Academy Central CourtBakuAzerbaijanBaku Cup3,000 WTA
BJK National Tennis Center – Court 17New York CityUnited StatesUS Open2,500 outdoor hard Combined[1]
Estadio 3MadridSpainMadrid Open2,500 outdoor, retractable-roof clayCombined[71]
Hobart International Tennis CentreHobartAustraliaHobart International2,500 outdoor hard WTA[77]
Roland Garros No. 18 Court (2018)ParisFranceFrench Open2,200outdoor clayCombined[6]
Lindner Family Tennis Center - Court 10MasonUnited StatesCincinnati Masters2,000 outdoor hard Combined[20]
Qizhong Forest Sports City Court 3ShanghaiChinaShanghai Masters2,000 outdoor hard ATP[13]
Brad Drewett CourtBeijingChina2008 Summer Olympics;

China Open

2,000 outdoor hard Combined[78]
Wimbledon No. 3 CourtLondonUnited KingdomThe Championships, Wimbledon2,000 outdoor grass Combined[9]
Guangdong Olympic Tennis Centre – Court 1 Guangzhou China Guangzhou International Women's Open (2015–2018) 1,845 outdoor hard WTA [31]

Davis Cup and Federation Cup venues

Below is a list of, arenas, stadiums, and courts that have held a World Group match in either the Davis Cup or the Fed Cup (including world group play offs), but that have not appeared on either the ATP or WTA tours.

RankStadiumTennis event
capacity
CityCountryTournament hostedSource
1Stade Pierre-Mauroy27,448Villeneuve-d'AscqFrance2014 Davis Cup final, 2017 Davis Cup final[79]
2Estadio de La Cartuja27,200SevilleSpain2004 Davis Cup final, 2011 Davis Cup final[80]
3White City Stadium25,578SydneyAustralia1954 Davis Cup final[81]
4Las Ventas23,798MadridSpain2008 Davis Cup semifinal[82]
5Belgrade Arena23,000BelgradeSerbia2007 Davis Cup World Group Play-offs; 2010 Davis Cup final[83]
6Palexpo18,400GenevaSwitzerland2013 Davis Cup, 2014 Davis Cup[84]
7O2 Arena (Prague)17,000PragueCzech Republic2007 Davis Cup World Group Play-offs[85]
8Palau Sant Jordi16,500BarcelonaSpain2000 Davis Cup final; 2009 Davis Cup final[86]
9 Barclaycard Arena 15,800 Birmingham United Kingdom 2016 Davis Cup
10Estadio Mary Terán de Weiss15,500Buenos AiresArgentina2006 Davis Cup semifinal[87]
11Tauron Arena Kraków15,328KrakówPoland2015 Fed Cup[88]
12Palacio de Deportes de Santander14,000SantanderSpain2000 Davis Cup semifinal[89]
13Flanders Expo13,000GhentBelgium2015 Davis Cup final
14Memorial Coliseum12,000Portland, OregonUnited States2007 Davis Cup final[90]
15Menora Mivtachim Arena10,383Tel AvivIsraelDavis Cup ties[91][92][93]
16Public Auditorium11,500ClevelandUnited States1973 Davis Cup final[94]
17Mediolanum Forum11,200MilanItaly1998 Davis Cup final[95]
18Sears Centre11,000Hoffman Estates, IllinoisUnited States2014 Davis Cup[96]
19Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre10,000BrisbaneAustralia1999 Davis Cup semifinal[97]
20Polideportivo Islas Malvinas9,800Mar del PlataArgentina2008 Davis Cup Final[98]
21Commonwealth Arena8,200GlasgowUnited Kingdom2015 Davis Cup[99]
22Petco Park8,000San DiegoUnited States2014 Davis Cup[100]
23Patinódromo Municipal8,000Mar del PlataArgentina2014 Davis Cup[101]
24Bill Graham Civic Auditorium7,000San FranciscoUnited States1974 Davis Cup final
25Anita Lizana Court at Estadio Nacional6,300SantiagoChile1976 Davis Cup final[102]
26Canada Stadium6,000Ramat HasharonIsraelDavis Cup
27Sibamac Arena4,500BratislavaSlovakia2005 Davis Cup
28Lokomotyv Palace of Sports2,574KharkivUkraine2010 Fed Cup[103]
29Idrottens Hus2,400HelsingborgSweden2001 Davis Cup; 2003 Davis Cup; 2009 Davis Cup[104]
         The highest ever attendance record for an internationally-sanctioned competition tennis match.

Former tennis venues


This is list of stadiums that no longer host regular professional tennis tournaments in the men's or women's tour (ATP/WTA), but have done so in the past.

StadiumCapacityCityCountryTournament hostedSource
Sportpaleis18,500AntwerpBelgiumDiamond Games[105]
Sydney Super Dome 18,200 Sydney Australia Tennis Masters Cup (2001)
Sinan Erdem Dome16,410IstanbulTurkeyWTA Championships (2011–13)[106]
Connecticut Tennis Center Stadium 15,000 New Haven United States Connecticut Open
Putra Indoor Stadium 14,500 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia ATP Malaysian Open
West Side Tennis Club14,000New York CityUnited StatesUS Open (1923–1977); Forest Hills Tennis Classic[107]
Tennis Center at Crandon Park 13,300 Key Biscayne United States Miami Masters (1987–2018) [108]
Hallenstadion13,000ZürichSwitzerlandZurich Open[109]
Telefónica Arena Madrid12,000MadridSpainMadrid Masters (2002–08); WTA Championships (2006–07)[110]
Netaji Indoor Stadium12,000KolkataIndiaSunfeast Open[111]
Pavilhão Atlântico12,000LisbonPortugalATP World Tour Finals (2000)[30]
SCC Peterburgsky12,000St. PetersburgRussiaSt. Petersburg Open (1995–2013); 1991 St. Petersburg Open (WTA)[112]
IMPACT Arena12,000BangkokThailandThailand Open[113]
Spodek 11,500 Katowice Poland Katowice Open
HP Pavilion at San Jose11,386San Jose, CaliforniaUnited StatesSAP Open[114]
Indianapolis Tennis Center10,000IndianapolisUnited StatesIndianapolis Tennis Championships[115]
Maria Esther Bueno Court 10,000 Rio de Janeiro Brazil 2016 Summer Olympics
National Tennis Centre10,000TorontoCanadaCanada Masters
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium10,000TokyoJapanPan Pacific Open (1984–2008)[116]
Beijing Tennis Center 10,000 Beijing China China Open (2004–2008)
SRPC Milan Gale Muškatirović9,000BelgradeSerbiaSerbia Open[117]
Athens Olympic Tennis Centre8,600AthensGreece2004 Summer Olympics[118]
Burswood Dome8,000PerthAustraliaHopman Cup[115]
Home Depot Center8,000Carson, CaliforniaUnited StatesLA Women's Tennis Championships; East west bank classic[119]
Stone Mountain Tennis Center7,200[120]AtlantaUnited States1996 Summer Olympics[121]
Steffi-Graf-Stadion7,000BerlinGermanyWTA German Open[122]
Dom Sportova 7,000 Zagreb Croatia Zagreb Indoors [123]
Palais des Sports de Gerland6,500LyonFranceGrand Prix de Tennis de Lyon[124]
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Tennis Club6,300Scottsdale, ArizonaUnited StatesATP Scottsdale Classic (1987–2005)[125]
Memorial Drive Park6,000AdelaideAustraliaNext Generation Adelaide International[126]
L'Àgora (Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències) 6,000 Valencia Spain Valencia Open 500 [127]
Los Angeles Tennis Center5,800[128]Los AngelesUnited StatesCountrywide Classic; 1984 Olympics[129]
SDAT Tennis Stadium 5,800 Chennai India Chennai Open [130]
Complexe Al Amal 5,500 Casablanca Morocco Grand Prix Hassan II (1984-2015) [131]
Racquet Park at Amelia Island Plantation5,390Amelia Island, FloridaUnited StatesBausch & Lomb Championships[132]
Westside Tennis Club5,240Houston, TexasUnited StatesU.S. Men's Clay Court Championships (2001–2007);

ATP World Tour Finals (2003, 2004)

[133]
Racquet Club of Memphis 5,200 Memphis United States Memphis Open [134]
Kooyong Stadium5,000MelbourneAustraliaAustralian Open; Kooyong Classic[135]
Memorial Drive Park5,000AdelaideAustraliaWorld Tennis Challenge
Sportlokaal Bokkeduinen5,000AmersfoortNetherlandsDutch Open – Combined[136]
Utsubo Tennis Center Center Court 5,000 Osaka Japan Japan Women's Open [137]
Guangzhou International Tennis Center 5,000 Guangzhou China Guangzhou International Women's Open (2009–2010)
Warszawianka Courts 4,500 Warsaw Poland Orange Warsaw Open
Legia Tennis Centre 4,000 Warsaw Poland Warsaw Open
Darling Tennis Center3,500Las Vegas, NevadaUnited StatesTennis Channel Open[138]
Római Teniszakadémia3,000BudapestHungaryBudapest Grand Prix[139]
Guangzhou Tianhe Sports Center – Tennis Stadium 2,000 Guangzhou China Guangzhou International Women's Open (2004–08, 2011–14) [140]
Sea Pines Racquet Club1,800Hilton Head, South CarolinaUnited StatesFamily Circle Cup (1973–2000)
Werzer Arena1,600PörtschachAustriaHypo Group Tennis International[141]
Athens Lawn Tennis Club1,500AthensGreeceGreek Open
LTAT National Tennis Development Centre1,500BangkokThailandThailand Open[142]
Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club1,000DublinIrelandShelbourne Irish Open

Other tennis events


         The highest ever attendance record during a tennis match.
RankStadiumCapacityAttendanceCityCountryEvent hostedDateRef.
1King Baudouin Stadium50,024 35,681 BrusselsBelgiumBest of Belgium vs. Best of the World (exhibition)8 July 2010[143]
2Reliant Astrodome46,000 30,472 HoustonUnited StatesBattle of the Sexes (exhibition)20 September 1973[144]
3Plaza de Toros México42,000 42,517 Mexico CityMexicoRoger Federer vs. Alexander Zverev (exhibition)23 November 2019[145]
4Mall of Asia Arena20,000 PasayPhilippinesInternational Premier Tennis League2014[146]
5Dubai Sports Complex15,000 DubaiUAEInternational Premier Tennis League2014[147]
=Indira Gandhi Arena15,000 New DelhiIndiaInternational Premier Tennis League2014[148]
7Perth Arena14,025 PerthAustraliaHopman Cup2013—2019[115]
8Singapore Indoor Stadium12,000 SingaporeSingaporeInternational Premier Tennis League2014[149]
9Palma Arena7,000 Palma de MallorcaSpainBattle of Surfaces (exhibition)2 May 2007[150]
10Circolo della Stampa7,000 TurinItalySporting Challenger2002—2011

See also


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