Dubai Poised To Build Underwater Tennis Stadium

Polish architect, Krzysztof Kotala, plans to pitch the designs of his conceptual underwater tennis stadium to investors in Dubai in the near future.

Because, Dubai.

Boasting the world’s first 7-star hotel, Burj Al Arab, an artificially-shaped palm tree island, an indoor ski resort in the largest mall in the world, along with the tallest building in the world, it’s only natural that the greatest feat of them all is already in the works. Kotala plans to take his designs to the local mega-billionaire bankers in the hope that another engineering-impossibility is turned into an engineering masterpiece.

Kotala felt the idea has the potential to bring in commercial success and combines the best of “technology, ecology and sport.”

But the stadium won’t be cheap, with an estimated $1.7-2.5 billion needed for development. Planned to seat 10,000 spectators in the main arena, one bonus of the concept is the ability to entertain the masses when the tennis gets boring, with the promise of stunning views of nature, most likely under the sea.

Because, Dubai.

What an ace idea this Polish genius has served up.