Tennis Olympic Centre
Minsk, 63 Pobediteley Ave., 220035
The Olympic Tennis Centre was built in 1978. It’s second wing was commissioned in March 2015.
The main indoor building of the Centre has four tennis courts with artificial hard turf and spectator stands for 500 people and a training hall with a free kick wall. The adjacent territory has 16 open-air tennis courts, including five open-air clay courts, six artificial grass courts, two sets of two courts, a demonstration court with artificial hard turf and spectator stands for 1,235 people.
The sports complex has a lightning system for evening training sessions, two stationary information boards at the demonstration court, five mobile scoreboards, a sound system for presentation and a video surveillance system.
International and national championships, Challenger and Futures series of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Davis Cup matches are held regularly at the courts of the Olympic Tennis Centre.