Lille's Stade Pierre-Mauroy ground is transformed as tennis court is built on one half of the pitch ahead of the Davis Cup final between France and Belgium

Lille's stadium has undergone a dramatic transformation in order to host the upcoming Davis Cup final, with a clay tennis court replacing the football pitch at one end of the ground.
The Stade Pierre-Mauroy has been split down the middle between the two sports, as one half of the football pitch remains intact while the other is converted into a tennis court.
The multi-purpose ground was chosen to host the Davis Cup final between France and Belgium, which starts on Friday and finishes on Sunday. September's semi-final between France and Serbia was also played there.  

21 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail

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