F***ing have it
Hehehehe. Everything is bigger and taller and better. I was in Shanghai last year on business and the skyline is quite astonishing compared to pictures I saw for a decade ago.chinese govt has a chip or two on it's shoulders.
its.like.that said:I still don't see how simply hosting a few Masters Cup events will cover the cost of this new facility. I was in China recently, and the rage is not for tennis, but for basketball and football (soccer).
Also, with the upcoming 2008 Olympics, there will be an increased focus on the sports which China achieves its best results at, namely: gymnastics, badminton, table tennis, athletics, swimming and martial arts.
This centre is located well out of Shanghai, which would make organizers of other sporting events rather sceptical about using the stadium despite its versatility, especially considering the lack of transport to the venue. So as to who's funding this project, and why? It beats me... Unless this is the first (of many) Olympic venues.
It's :yeah: but the areas around look :scared: