Wimbledon, Monaco get coated in rare snowFeb 28, 2018
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Wimbledon, Monaco get coated in rare snow
Published Feb 28, 2018
While it may be inching closer and closer towards spring and tennis in sunny Indian Wells and Miami, some famed venues in Europe are currently under a blanket of snow. Just weeks ago, Roland Garros was bathed in white and now it's Wimbledon's turn:
The most famous tennis courts in the world are white instead of green, with more snowfall expected this week.
Another legendary grass court venue, the Queen’s Club in London, is also a winter wonderland.
The stunning grounds of the Foro Italico in Rome are covered by snow for the first time in six years.
Even the famously scenic Monte Carlo Country Club courts are outmatched by the winter weather.
Luckily for players, they're in warm Dubai and sunny Acapulco this week, with Indian Wells around the corner.
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