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Play on US Open playing surface

Our new tennis court is equipped with the same type of hard court as at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, New York. It's a great feeling to challenge your playing partner on an equally professional court as the best tennis champions in the world do.

Our new tennis court is the same type as the hard court at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, New York. Roger Federer has already won five times there, Stan Wawrinka once and Martina Hingis four times. What a feeling it is to challenge your playing partner on a court that is just as professional as the tennis champions, no matter what level you play at.

 Place/hour in CHF
Monday - Friday until 5 pm 17
Monday - Friday from 5 pm Saturday, Sunday & Holidays22
Racket rental5

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Open March - October.

Monday - Sunday09.00 - 19.00

Please note the twilight hours. There are no spotlights available.


1st player

  • In tennis you play singles, doubles or the mixed.
  • One player on each side = singles
  • On each side two players of the same sex = doubles
  • On each side two players not of the same sex = Mixed

2. goal

  • To win more sets than the opponent.

3. course of the game

  • The game is opened with the serve. (Service)
  • Player one serves, the opponent returns (Return)
  • The serve is played behind the baseline into the front diagonally opposite court (service court).
  • The first serve is always played from the right side.
  • In a doubles or mixed match, it can be decided before the start of the set who will start with the first serve. On the next serve of the same team, the other player must serve.
  • From the moment the ball hits the court, the serving player may enter the court.
  • He has a second serve if the first ball is not placed in the valid service area. If this is also unsuccessful, the opponent receives a point.
  • The serve is repeated if the ball touches the net and still lands in the valid service area - otherwise fault.
  • The point is played if the serve lands in the correct field. 4.

4. next serve

  • On the second serve, the player hits from the left side into the diagonally opposite service area (mirror-inverted).

5. counting

  • Six service games must be won.
  • Therefore, in a service game, you must be the first to score 4 points before your opponent also scores 3 points.
  • The player who wins by two points wins the service game.

6. winning points

  • Winning points is how you win a set.
  • If the opponent cannot place the ball in the valid court, you score a point.