Tennis court (SKA, stadium)

For the practice of tennis in Rostov-on-Don built tennis courts, which are made in the form of rectangular areas with a flat surface and applied to it the markings. Two players take each other on opposite sides of the surface of the court, using rackets ferried the ball to each other over a net stretched in the middle of the court.

Tennis is sometimes called chess in motion. Strategically the game largely depends on the type of court surface, as it significantly affects the speed of bouncing the ball and sets the pace of play.
The CSKA tennis center in Rostov-on-Don consists of four large open courts with a tennis surface. The facility has a capacity of more than 30 people per day.

Currently the CSKA tennis center in Rostov-on-Don is used for training of CSKA sports school pupils.