Spartak Tennis Club
Spartak Tennis Club, also known as Shiryaevka, is a tennis training ground located near Sokolniki Park in Moscow, Russia. Built in 1979, it formerly formed part of the Spartak sports society. It has 15 outdoor clay courts, which remain open for four months during the year, and two indoor courts. The club is known for training a number of top Russian tennis players who have gone on to win Grand Slam titles. Competition for places at the academy remain high due to its rigorous training program.
- Elena Dementieva
- Yevgeny Kafelnikov
- Anna Kournikova
- Anastasia Myskina
- Marat Safin (both of his parents were employees of the club)
- Dinara Safina
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