Shanghai Builds New Stadium To Host ATP Masters Cup : News Photo

Shanghai Builds New Stadium To Host ATP Masters Cup

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SHANGHAI, CHINA - JUNE 16: (CHINA OUT; PHOTOCOME OUT) A labourer works at the construction site of the Qizhong Tennis Center, where the 2005-2007 ATP Masters Cup will be held, on June 16, 2005 in Shanghai, China. From 2005-2007, Shanghai will be the host city for the Tennis Masters Cup and the new stadium will be the home of the future tournament. The Qizhong Tennis Center, scheduled to be completed in August this year, will be one of the biggest tennis facilities in Asia with a total investment of over RMB 2.4 billion (USD 290 million). The facility is being built on 80 acres in the local Minhang District, about 27 kilometers southwest of the city. It will feature a dual-purpose indoor-outdoor 15,000-seat centre court and has a special roof shaped like a magnolia flower, which can open and close like a lens shutter. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)
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SHANGHAI, CHINA - JUNE 16: (CHINA OUT; PHOTOCOME OUT) A labourer works at the construction site of the Qizhong Tennis Center, where the 2005-2007 ATP Masters Cup will be held, on June 16, 2005 in Shanghai, China. From 2005-2007, Shanghai will be the host city for the Tennis Masters Cup and the new stadium will be the home of the future tournament. The Qizhong Tennis Center, scheduled to be completed in August this year, will be one of the biggest tennis facilities in Asia with a total investment of over RMB 2.4 billion (USD 290 million). The facility is being built on 80 acres in the local Minhang District, about 27 kilometers southwest of the city. It will feature a dual-purpose indoor-outdoor 15,000-seat centre court and has a special roof shaped like a magnolia flower, which can open and close like a lens shutter. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)
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