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Potter's Wheel International Sports Center

Beijing, China

By Roger Cox, Editor

Located in the south of Chaoyang District of Beijing, the Sports and Education Center at Potter's Wheel International School has a total of 21 courts, two of them indoor clay courts and five of them mini tennis courts. It is here that China holds national and international tennis events year round and it has attracted a community of players and coaches from more than 50 countries. Among its facilities are a fitness center, a 25-meter outdoor swimming poo,  a 1km jogging track, a fully equipped locker room, and a sports restaurant. In September 2010, this will become the site of a branch of Justine Henin's 6th Sense Tennis Academy.

Season: Year-round

Ages: 9-16

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Potter's Wheel International Sports Center
No.1 Chajia East Road
Langxinzhuang, Chaoyang District
Beijing, 100023 China
010 85382803
Fax: 010 85382819
Web Link: Potter's Wheel International Sports Center

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  • 2-Ball Rating "Carlos Rodreguez is great. The tennis training is very good for my child but the fitness and conditioning is a weak point. Accomodation and food are very poor for elite players. Communications and management is not good neither. There are no facilities after train such as tv room, trips, or any entertaining for kids and parents after sessions. It is very expensive as same as those good academy in Eu."—P.T., Int., October 2012

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Your Call

Here's what others have had to say about Potter's Wheel International Sports Center.

  • 2-Ball Rating "Carlos Rodreguez is great. The tennis training is very good for my child but the fitness and conditioning is a weak point. Accomodation and food are very poor for elite players. Communications and management is not good neither. There are no facilities after train such as tv room, trips, or any entertaining for kids and parents after sessions. It is very expensive as same as those good academy in Eu."—P.T., Int., October 2012

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Rate Potter's Wheel International Sports Center (Juniors)

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