- NSW Tennis Centre
Ken Rosewall Arena Former names Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre Location Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales Broke ground November 1998 Opened 8 December 1999 Construction cost A$42.9 million Capacity 10,000 Tenants 2000 Summer Olympic Games
2000 Summer Paralympic Games
Sydney International (Tennis)
NSW Tennis Centre is a tennis venue in Sydney, Australia. It hosted the tennis events for the 2000 Summer Olympics, and each year it hosts the Sydney International in January, before the Australian Open
The centre was built in 1999. The centre court is called Ken Rosewall Arena in honour of the Australian tennis player Ken Rosewall, and holds 10,000 people. There are 2 further show courts seating 4000 and 2000, as well as 7 other match courts, and 6 practice courts.
- 2000 Summer Olympics venues
- 2000 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. p. 375.
Venues of the 2000 Summer Olympics Sydney Olympic Park SydneyBlacktown Olympic Park · Bondi Beach · Centennial Parklands · Dunc Gray Velodrome · Fairfield City Farm · Marathon course · North Sydney · Olympic Sailing Shore Base · Penrith Whitewater Stadium · Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre · Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre · Sydney Entertainment Centre · Sydney Football Stadium · Sydney International Equestrian Centre · Sydney International Regatta Centre · Sydney International Shooting Centre · Sydney Opera House Outside Sydney List of Olympic venues in tennis1896: Athens Lawn Tennis Club • 1900: Puteaux • 1904: Francis Field • 1908: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Queen's Club • 1912: Östermalm Athletic Grounds • 1920: Beerschot Tennis Club • 1924: Stade de Colombes • 1988: Olympic Tennis Center • 1992: Tennis de la Vall d'Hebron • 1996: Stone Mountain Tennis Center • 2000: NSW Tennis Centre • 2004: Athens Olympic Tennis Centre • 2008: Olympic Green Tennis Center • 2012: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club • 2016: Olympic Tennis Center
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