Tennis is a game of charm, grandeur, plushiness and money. Its augustness all over be it the players, the crowd, atmosphere and everyone associated with the game. Top tennis stars have some of the best interior designs around. It’s a reflection of their love for classiness and aesthetics.
Shall look at some of the best interior designs
1. Swiss Maestro
Undoubtedly he is the GOAT of tennis. Currently in No 2nd position. The rankings, not a standard to measure his capability. He has won 20 Grand Slam titles, highest for any male player.
Yet he is the most simplistic. He’s sleek, clean, humane and elegant. So as his Swiss manson. It’s huge and minimalist. His love for wheatish tone hasn’t faded. He has white interiors with wheatish brown flooring; complementing with brown furniture.
2. King of Clay
The maestro is up, it’s befitting for King of clay to be next. Arch rivals by profession, friends by heart. Currently No 1 in ranking, 3 Grand slam titles behind Federer. Has astonishing 11 title wins in French Open.
The Spanish star has a special relationship with Mediterranean style. He has designed the interiors with a modern Mediterranean touch, without losing the roots. Classic wooden furniture and ceilings with light brown all over the white backdrop makes it a paradise.
Novak Djokovic the Djoker is a king slayer, for he has slayed both the kings. Currently in 21 rank, due to injury. He definitely is not a person to be messed with.
The Serbian master has a lavish house adding to his accolades. He’s a clean vegan; it clearly reflects in his design choice. It’s an eco friendly house in Miami. It’s so minimalist with nature by the side.
Precisely the British Tennis hero. He has two Olympic medals under his kitty to name a few of laurels. First Brit to win more than one Wimbledon. He’s a pure Brit and has not let his traditions go.
Cromlix is his house, it takes us to the Victorian Era. Cromlix signalled his return to the roots. It’s so astronomical; has 15 bedrooms. The great Victorian style is a definite show stealer and my personal favourite.
5. Serena Stoutarm
Last but not least, she the Queen of tennis. She’s No 1 in the women’s ranking. And her 23 flabbergasting singles title makes her the impregnable force in the modern era. She won her Australian Open being pregnant.
She had brought a new house in Beverly Hills. It’s a contemporary Spanish house with wood flooring. Its monochrome all over with classic Spanish setting.