Did you get a chance to play tennis at Munich Airport this month? There’s only one day left! From April 1 – April 20, there were tennis courts set up for both children and adults to play tennis.
Detailed information can be found in the Munich Airport Website.
Here’s a pretty cool video!
The details are set forth in this press release. This looks really cool. I hope they do this again next year!
TENNIS ARRIVES AT MUNICH AIRPORT THIS APRIL
(April 2015, Munich, GERMANY) — Have you ever thought about playing tennis at an airport, either during a layover or as a specific destination? Through April 20, tennis enthusiasts can once again test their skills in the MAC Forum at Munich Airport. In the lead-up to the 2015 BMW Open, players of all ages and skill levels are invited to compete in the unique setting between the two terminals.
Watch the excitement or be part of it – an event for today’s champions and tomorrow’s.
With the BMW Open by FWU AG just around the corner, the MAC (München Airport Center) Forum will again resound with the unmistakable sounds of racquets delivering hard serves and spirited returns. Before the world’s top professionals meet at MTTC Iphitos in Munich for the opening tournament of the ATP series, visitors to Munich Airport will find themselves at the heart of the world of tennis.
Join Munich Airport’s passengers, visitors and staff and show your stuff on courts set up in the MAC Forum.
From April 1 to 20, two tennis courts will be set up in the plaza offering tennis camps for kids, open court time for adults and a chance to watch ranked tennis players compete in matches.
two tennis courts
opportunity to watch ranked tennis players compete in tournaments and wild card tournaments to qualify for the BMW Open
tennis camps for kids
open court time for passengers and visitors
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