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= There is not an investor but I would like to get interest as I think it is a good idea,” he told Arabian Business. “This will be something original. This should be somewhere where there is the tradition of tennis. Dubai is perfect for this idea,” Kotala added, referring to the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, which has been staged in the emirate since 1993.Dubai is one of the major hubs of development in the world, and a new proposal could add a very unique structure. Polish architect Krzysztof Kotala is currently pitching his plan for a first-of-its-kind underwater tennis complex. His concept includes seven arenas with clear roof structures to enable visitors to observe the water and marine creatures above them. He emphasizes that the project would have no negative effects on the ecosystem, and its coral reef design will allow it to blend in with the environment. Thus far, no investors have come on board to fund the center, but Kotala still believes in its viability as a world-class tennis facility and commercial space. To him, it represents the perfect nexus of “technology, ecology and sport.”




“There is not an investor but I would like to get interest as I think it is a good idea,” he told Arabian Business. “This will be something original. This should be somewhere where there is the tradition of tennis. Dubai is perfect for this idea,” Kotala added, referring to the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, which has been staged in the emirate since 1993.

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