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The game of tennis is traditionally played on grass and clay,
but could matches actually take place in a...
The game of tennis is traditionally played on grass and clay, but could matches actually take place in a waterproof bubble?
Dubai which has the world's highest tennis court, is also becoming home to the first underwater tennis court where the audience can watch the games from above or below the sea life through a massive glass dome.
A Polish architect, Krzysztof Kotala, has envisioned an underwater tennis complex that could be built just offshore in the Persian Gulf, between the Burj al Arab and the Palm Jumeirah islands. It would also create the illusion of a natural atoll. This will be something out of the world - or probably under the world.
Does this mean scuba divers could watch a match without getting the tickets?