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Here is the thread to present the current state of tennis infrastructure in Poland.

Centrum Tenisowe Sobota near Poznań








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This new tennis centre has got 18 tennis courts!
10 tennis outdoor clay courts. 5 indoor hard courts with ace rebound surface and 3 indoor clay courts (with the modern clay surface used in Stuttgart).
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This could be perfect for an ITF $100,000 tournament, or the Fed Cup (Group I of Europe/Africa Zone)
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Klub Tenisowy ARKA (Gdynia)

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The new centre court stands are gonna be built at the left behind the tents at this hillock








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So sad that Poland doesn't organize more tournaments... Poznan and Gdynia are really interesting for at least ITF events, and I hope we'll be able to see some matches there very soon.

Thanks a lot to Kimadusah for these discoveries
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Gdynia used to be the organizer of 10k ITF tournament. Klaudia Jans even won it beating Agnieszka Radwańska on her way to the title. Gdynia also was a host of 2009 Fed Cup tie: Poland vs Japan.

The Sobota Tennis Centre hosts Men's ITF Future this year.
Also organized 2011 Indoor Club Championships of Poland on hardcourt
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So I hope women will be back there soon, as there's no international tournament in these cities for women for the moment. When you see that Czech Republic has so many, Poland looks ridiculous (especially this year) ^^ But I know, Czech Republic is a big nation of tennis, while Poland isn't even if there has always been some talented players...
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Blame the PKO BP Bank we lost so many ITFs. They prefered to spend their money into horrible advertising campaign with Szymon Majewski...
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Poznan should organzise some tournaments
What a venue
Really great
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Klub Sportowy Mostostal Zabrze
ul. Piłsudskiego 83
41-800 Zabrze
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Obiekt KS Mostostal posiada 13 kortów ziemnych oraz 4 korty o nawierzchni sztucznej w hali pneumatycznej.
W listopadzie 2011 roku uruchomiona zostanie hala tenisowa w konstrukcji trwałej.

Historia

Klub KS Mostostal Zabrze powstał 1980r, na naszych kortach grały i wygrywały takie gwiazdy tenisa jak: Roger Federer, Świetłana Kuźniecowa, Viktoria Azarenka, Agnieszka Radwańska, Bondarenko Alona i Katia, Pawluczenkowa A., Dołgopołow Aleksander.
Z polskich zawodników sukcesy turniejowe odnosili: Dąbrowski Bartłomień, Kubot Łukasz, Przysiężny Michał, Janowicz Jerzy, Koniusz Błażej, Kowalczyk Mateusz, PANFIL Grzegorz, Kapaś Andrzej, Urszula Radwańska, Marta Domachowska, Sakowicz Joanna, Waniek Monika.

Od niedawna nowe władze (dyrektor, prezes i zarząd).
Strona www: http://klubmostostal.pl/

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This thread is great.Anything in Sopot?
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Tutaj widać korty nr 10, 11, 12, 13, które są wyżej niż wszystkie inny korty - są to tak zwane korty treningowe podczas turniejów. Z tyłu widać balon, gdzie są 4 korty o nawierzchni dywanowej (carpet - takiego typy, jak kidyś były turnieje WTA i ATP na nawierzchni dywanowej ). W listopadzie 2011 w miejscu balonu będzie całkowicie nowa hala z wymienioną nawierzchnią, bo obecna czasy świetności ma już za sobą. W tle stadion Górnika Zabrze .


Kort 7, 8, 9 - za nimi z tyłu ścianka tenisowa.


Między kortami sporo jest zieleni.


Tutaj szczątkowo widać tzw. korty główne (main location) - kort nr 1, 2, 3. Przy korcie nr 3 są trybuny z 2 stron (z boku i jakby z tyłu, tak więc mecze na kortach 1, 2 i 3 można oglądać albo siedząc z boku, albo z tyłu. Nad kortem nr 3 jest też mini wieżyczka z platformą, na którą można wejść i mieć widok na wszystkie korty z góry.


Tu prawie to samo, co na poprzednim zdjęciu. W budynku z lewej jest sklepik tenisowy, kawiarnia, szatnie, łazienki, sekretariat klubu, pokój prezesa/dyrektora oraz pomieszczenie, gdzie są naciągane rakiety lub gdzie podczas turnieju przesiadują sędziowie itp.


Kawałek kortu nr 6 i widok na balon. Korty 1-9 są oświetlone.


Kort nr 1 (najbliżej budynku), 2 i widać kawałek 3.


Zdjęcie zrobione właśnie z trybum tych za kortem nr 3, które są troszkę wyżej niż kort nr 3. Z boku kortu nr 3 (lewa strona zdjęcia) też są trybuny - nie tak wysoko.


Korty 4 (najbliżej fotografa) [swego czasu grał na nim mały Federer, ale swój mecz przegrał - co było dalej nie trzeba mówić ], 5, 6. Z boku kortu nr 4 znajdują się też niewielkie 'trybuny'.


Uliczka między kortami 4, 5, 6 (są ze strony lewej), a 7, 8, 9 (strona prawa). Podobne przejście jest między kortami 1, 2, 3 a 4, 5, 6, która biegnie jednak dalej i odgranicza też korty treningowe 10, 11, 12, 13 od wejścia na balon.

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nice venue but no decent centre court in Zabrze.

Here is Sopot Tennis Club:





This is the 1st indoor venue used for Davis Cup in Sopot:


I could have found only centre court photos from Sopot but if there is anyone, plz take some pictures as the club is pretty nice itself!
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