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A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

By Giang Huy   April 1, 2022 | 10:00 pm PT
Considered the most modern tennis complex in Vietnam, a venue in the northern Bac Ninh Province will host all SEA Games 31 tennis events.
A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

The complex is built on an area of 10 hectares, comprising seven international standard courts with a capacity of 5,000.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

The roof of the main court is convertible. It can be opened to boost sun light and closed during bad weather. It's also reinforced with a load-bearing steel frame.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

The main court has a capacity of 3,000, a floor area of 4,348 square meters and a height of 22.34 meters.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

The area for referees and athletes.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

Equipment for the referees includes the latest technology to guarantee accuracy and convenience.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

The electronic scoring board is ready for use.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

In December last year, the national tennis championship took place here. It was the first tournament hosted in the complex.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

All seats in the courts have a notice sticker that reminds people to maintain distance and avoid contact for Covid-19 safety.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

The lighting system is at international standard with 28 big lights in the middle, surrounded by smaller ones. The camera system is also set up at different positions.

A tour of the main venue for SEA Games 31 tennis

During SEA Games 31, there will be seven tennis events: men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles, men’s team and women’s team.

Vietnamese tennis set the target to claim at least three gold medals. In the past, Vietnam had won a gold medal (by Ly Hoang Nam in 2019), three silver and 18 bronze medals.

 
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