Kalina Stadium

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Kalina Stadium
Full nameKalina Stadium
LocationMumbai, India
OwnerAll India Tennis Association
OperatorAll India Tennis Association
Capacity5,000
Construction
Broke ground2006
Opened2006
Renovated2014
Website
DNA

Kalina Stadium is a tennis stadium in Kalina Mumbai, India. It has a centre court, six match courts and six warm-up courts. The stadium is a joint venture of Government of Maharashtra, the All India Tennis Association (AITA) and Mumbai University.[1] As city lacks in proper infrastructure of tennis despite of having many facilities then Chief Minister of Maharashtra Vilasrao Deshmukh agreed to construct a state-of-the-art stadium for tennis. The stadium is home of Mumbai Tennis Masters which plays in Champions Tennis League.[2][3]

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