Step Inside The World’s Coolest Tennis Court
Step inside the world’s coolest tennis court and hit a few serves in the classiest place you’ll ever get the chance to hold a racket! This entire experience can be enjoyed in Milan, Italy, in a very old church. How old you ask?
The iconic 16th century Paolo Converso church became home to the visionary work of Asad Raza, in collaboration with Converso. Unlike any other church you have ever walked in, this one will greet you straight on the world’s coolest tennis court.
We’re not saying that this tennis court could organize a Grand Slam tournament (or any other tournament for that matter) any time soon, but it will definitely be the most memorable tennis match you will ever get the chance to play.
As part of the art installation, two tennis coaches are also there to make the experience even more veritable. They’ll exchange tips and tricks with the visitors and even play a game or two, just to see what you’re made of.
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How fascinating is it to play a few games while staring at the church’s altar, right in into the eyes of divinity! Still, the church also kept a quiet place for worshipers that are not into tennis, respecting both the old and the new.
Talk about a surreal experience? Who wouldn’t want to hit the tennis court for a few quick games, considering this elegant and classy 16th-century interior? You don’t even need to be a tennis lover to embark on such an adventure!