The Stone Mountain Tennis Center was a tennis venue at Stone Mountain Park in Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA. It was built to host the tennis events for the 1996 Summer Olympics and the 1996 Summer Paralympics, at a total cost of $22 million. At the time of the Olympics, the complex included over 12,000 seats for tennis fans, a 50,000-square-foot (4,600 m2) plaza area located around the stadium, and a stadium court plus 15 additional outer courts. The reconfigured stadium held 7,200 people, and two smaller courts seated 4,000 and 2,000. Its parking lot was the former runway for the Stone Mountain Airport, which was permanently closed for the Olympic venue.
Since the Olympics, the facility has been under the ownership of the State of Georgia's Stone Mountain Memorial Association. It has fallen into disrepair since it closed in 2007, and is slated to be converted into an outdoor tennis venue and park.
The facility played host to the 1997 WTA Hardcourts and the 1998 Davis Cup competition featuring Andre Agassi and Jim Courier, which the U.S. won against Russia. The Stone Mountain Tennis Center also hosted a concert in October 2005 with Roberta Flack and Melba Moore.
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Coordinates: 33°49′16″N 84°07′24″W / 33.821095°N 84.123387°W