Taube Stadium

Taube Tennis Center
Location Stanford, California, USA
Owner Stanford University
Capacity 2,445 tennis
Bank of the West Classic (Tennis) (1971-present)
Fed Cup (USA vs Russia) (September 1999)

The Taube Tennis Center is a tennis facility located on the campus of Stanford University near Palo Alto, California. In addition to hosting the Stanford Cardinal's men's and women's tennis teams, the 17-court facility is the home of the Bank of the West Classic, a WTA Tour event. The stadium court, Taube Family Tennis Stadium, has a capacity of 2,445 spectators.

The facility has hosted many tennis events, including the 1999 Fed Cup final, which saw the United States defeat Russia; four NCAA Women's Tennis Championships; and the first combined NCAA Women's and Men's Tennis Championships in 2006.

Since 2008, Taube has also been host to the annual USGO Gay/Lesbian tournament, held every Memorial Day weekend. See The Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance.

External links

  • Facility's page on GoStanford.com
  • Photo gallery
  • Fed Cup Final September 1999, USA vs Russia
  • Photo gallery 2
  • Wikimapia

Coordinates: 37°25′50″N 122°09′45″W / 37.4306°N 122.1625°W / 37.4306; -122.1625

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