Roy Emerson Arena

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Roy Emerson Arena
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Location Gstaad
Switzerland
Owner Municipality of Gstaad
Capacity 4,500 (tennis)
Surface Clay
Construction
Built 1990
Opened 1991
Tenants
Swiss Open (men's)
(Tennis) (1991-present)

Roy Emerson Arena is a tennis stadium located in Gstaad, Switzerland. The stadium is the centerpiece of the Suisse Open Gstaad, an ATP Tour event. The stadium has a capacity of 4,500 spectators. It is named in honor of Roy Emerson, 12-time Grand Slam champion, and five-time winner of the Gstaad tournament.[1]

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  1. ^ "Emerson all set to be overtaken by Federer". www.swissinfo.ch. SBC. 17 July 2007. 

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Coordinates: 46°28′34″N 7°17′05″E / 46.476128°N 7.284858°E / 46.476128; 7.284858