Doubles and singles semi finals on Saturday, 16th April
Doubles and singles finals on Sunday, 17th April
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Fontainebleau real tennis court
Since its inauguration in 1990, the real tennis court in Fontainebleau Palace has hosted the world championship only twice: in 2005 for the men's doubles and in 2008 for the men's singles. Built in 1601 by Henry IV, who was himself an avid fan of the sport, the real tennis court has seen the greatest players of their time. Antoine-Henri Masson in the 18th century and Jacques-Edmond Barre the following century, played memorable matches in front of a large public and the royal court. More recently, in 2008, Robert Fahey won his 9th world champion title here, beating Pierre Etchebaster's record which was dating from 1952.