As if the Burj Al Arab hotel wasn't cool enough, they converted their rooftop helipad to a tennis court so that Agassi and Federer could have a skytop game. Stylin.
The two players were the first two to compete in the $1,000,000 Dubai Duty Free Men's Open, but alas, the tournament was not held on the roof of this, the world's first 6-star hotel.
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Burj Al Arab Hotel Converts Rooftop Landing Into a Green Glory
- By: Jeremy GutscheJun 6, 2006 Updated: Jun 7 2011