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R.K. Khanna Tennis Complex

For the first time, Tennis has been introduced as a medal sports in the Commonwealth Games and R. K. Khanna Tennis Complex is the venue for Delhi 2010’s Tennis competitions. The complex has been a tennis playing facility since 1970 and also hosted tennis events for 1982 Asian Games. It is situated in the lush environment of the Deer Park in the Safdarjung Enclave area of South Delhi.

This renovated and upgraded tennis complex has not only adapted to the challenging infrastructure requirements but has also successfully established itself as the Tennis capital of India.

Shuttle Drop-off Points Park and Walk By Metro

Capacity 5,015
Competition Arena One centre court; six match courts; six warm-up courts
Competition Date 4 -12 October 2010
Entry Gate Numbers 12
Distance from Games Village 22 km

Green Initiatives

Intelligent Building Management System (IBMS) helps in energy management of air-conditioning
Solar lighting
High performance glass to prevent heat gain, maximise daylight factor and reduce maintenance costs
Passive solar cooling
Solar heating
Rain water harvesting
Three acres of Grass Pavers
Dual flushing systems
Self-closing taps
Grey water management

Getting Here

By Metro
Spectators may avail of Delhi Metro services from any part of Delhi NCR to reach Green Park Metro Station and thereafter use the shuttle service to Venue Gate Number12 which is at a distance of 2.8 kilometres.
Park and Walk
Spectators can park their vehicles at the IIT Sports Complex parking area and walk down a distance of 800 metres to the Venue Gate Number12.
Shuttle Drop-off Point
Spectators who avail of the shuttle service can disembark at the NCC Ground on Harsukh Marg and walk down a distance of 200 metres to the Venue Gate Number12.