If you want to become a great tennis star like our national tennis hero Roger, you have to train a lot. Having your own tennis court helps – and a high level of motivation, of course. The international partner company of Wüst-und-Wüst, Christie’s International Real Estate, has just presented eight luxury properties with their own tennis court in its online magazine luxurydefined.
For example, the Luxury Villa in Albufeira in Portugal, the very well-kept Tír na nÓg (Land of Youth) estate in Rathmichael, Ireland, the noteworthy Landscape Farm in Jersey, the 125-hectare Windward Farm estate in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, the idyllically situated Mediterranean Sea-View Villa in Mandelieu-la-Napule in France, the 23-acre Golf Front Luxury Estate with panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico, the Desert Compound in Phoenix, Arizona, nestled in palm-fringed landscaped grounds at the foot of Camelback Mountain, and last but not least, Galleria Costa in Japan, an 8.5-acre oceanfront estate in Ashigarashimo-Gun. The multi-storey contemporary residence was designed in harmony with the sea.
And one more thing: this summer, Christie’s is organising two unique auctions of the sporting memorabilia of tennis icon and 20-time Grand Slam record champion Roger Federer. On 23 June, Christie’s auctioned the Roger Federer Collection in London in aid of the RF Foundation; the proceeds were a staggering £1,329,375. The accompanying online sale from 23 June to 14 July features Federer’s career from the early 2000s to 2021.