Roger Federer, the world's #1 tennis player is seen in a picture below on the world’s highest tennis court, the helipad of Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai , the world’s only 7 star hotel. First Dubai Dute Free competition took place in 1992. This tennis match on top of the helipad took place in February, 2005.
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Tennis On The Helipad Posted on January 20, 2007 May 10, 2018 By Irina Alexandra Although almost 2 years have passed since Andre Agassi and Roger Federer, couldn?t fight the temptation to play a game on the world?s highest tennis court, the helipad of the famous Burj Al Arab hotel from Dubai, people are still spreading the news, sharing pictures and videos on the web.
July 31, 2011. In 2005 a helipad 650 ft above the ground on top of the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates was temporarily converted into the world’s highest tennis court. Roger Federer and Andre Agassi played a tennis match on the helipad court as part of a publicity stunt for the ATP’s Dubai Duty Free Men’s Open.
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The Burj al Arab converted its helipad into a green-roofed tennis court in 2005 as part of a media stunt before a tennis tournament.
Roger Federer and Andre Agassi are playing tennis on a helicopter pad at the top of the Burj al Arab Hotel in Dubai.
The world No 1 and the American tennis legend played on a specially prepared tennis court for some 20 minutes on top of the helipad which stands 211 meters high.
A beautiful tennis court. This was the world's highest tennis court (now back to a helicopter pad) for the Dubai Duty Free Men’s open back in June 2006
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The worlds highest tennis court . The Burj Al Arab helicopter pad is like something out of a James Bond movie. Federer and Agassi played a match atop the helicopter pad in 2005 to promote the ATP Dubai Duty-Free tennis (bags not playing ball boy for that one) and set the record for playing at 211 metres above ground level.