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Old Mar 6th, 2013, 04:34 PM   #919
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Re: The Maria Sharapova Picture Thread 2013

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Originally Posted by WowWow View Post
I think it's the biggest tennis stadium outside the slams.
Almost. Istanbul is slightly larger.

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1 Arthur Ashe Stadium 23,200 New York City United States US Open [1]
2 Sinan Erdem Dome 16,410 Istanbul Turkey WTA Championships [67]
3 Indian Wells Tennis Garden 16,100 Indian Wells, California United States BNP Paribas Open
4= Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center 15,000 New Haven, Connecticut United States New Haven Open at Yale [69]
4= National Tennis Stadium 15,000 Beijing China China Open; 2008 Olympics [5]
4= Wimbledon Centre Court[a] 15,000 London United Kingdom The Championships, Wimbledon [7]
7 Stade Roland Garros - Court Philippe Chatrier 14,840 Paris France French Open [8]
8 Rod Laver Arena 14,820 Melbourne Australia Australian Open [9]
9 Tennis Center at Crandon Park 13,300 Key Biscayne, Florida United States Sony Ericsson Open [11]
10= Rexall Centre 12,500 Toronto Canada Rogers Cup [12]
10= Caja Mágica, Estadio Manolo Santana 12,500 Madrid Spain Madrid Masters [70]
10= Foro Italico, Campo Centrale 12,500 Rome Italy Internazionali d'Italia [14]
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