If you can find the elevator by Vanderbilt Avenue, and take it to the fourth floor, you will find the hidden court.
While the spot is amazing, it also has a history - it all started way back when two tennis courts were built at the location.
The MTA later reclaimed some of that space, leaving behind enough room for a new court, as well as new practice courts, located on the 5th floor. The courts use a ball machine that is equipped with a retrieval system that allow for constant play.
There is even a small gym, however the attraction is the main court.
Dorothy Sidanbarom plays every day, and says she feels like it is her own private court.
"It's my passion ? it's amazing," she said.
Imagine all of those people going places outside and down below while you are playing ? it is by far one of the most unique tennis courts.
No membership is needed to play, but an hour costs $80 and up.
For more about the tennis court, visit their website.
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