Kungliga tennishallen

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Kungliga tennishallen
Kungl Tennishallen 2015b.jpg
LocationStockholm, Sweden
Coordinates59°21′01″N 18°05′43″E / 59.35028°N 18.09528°E / 59.35028; 18.09528Coordinates: 59°21′01″N 18°05′43″E / 59.35028°N 18.09528°E / 59.35028; 18.09528
Capacity5,000 tennis
Surfacecarpet court
OpenedOctober 1943
Stockholm Open (Tennis) (1969–present)
Davis Cup (Sweden vs Czechoslovakia) (Dec 1975)
Davis Cup (Sweden vs Argentina) (March 2010)
Indoor view

Kungliga tennishallen (English: Royal Tennis Hall) is a tennis venue at Lidingövägen 75 in Stockholm, Sweden. The stadium was built in October 1943 and has a capacity of 5,000. Kungliga tennishallen, now a hard-court surface, remains the venue for the men's Stockholm Open tournament which was first held in 1969. In 1975 the venue was the host of the year-end Masters tennis tournament as well as the Davis Cup final between Sweden and Czechoslovakia.[1]

Other activities[edit]

The Volvo PV444/544 was launched at the Kungliga tennishallen in September 1944.[2]

It was the site on 15 April 1962 of the fight between former world heavyweight boxing champion Ingemar Johansson and Dutch champion Wim Snoek.

Various music concerts have been held at Kungliga including Rosita Serrano, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "1975 Davis Cup Finals". Davis Cup. International Tennis Federation (ITF).
  2. ^ "Lidingövägen 75, Kungliga Tennishallen". Stockholmskällan.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Kooyong Stadium
Masters Cup

Succeeded by
The Summit
Preceded by
Public Auditorium
Davis Cup
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Estadio Nacional