The mysterious Grand Central Terminal tennis courts are being torn up to make room for a Metro-North employee lounge.
Players shell out $170 an hour to use the little-known two-court club and lounge. It is a favorite spot of actors like Robert Duvall and Dustin Hoffman and tennis pros like John McEnroe and the Williams sisters.
A Metro-North spokeswoman says it will be torn down in May and replaced with a rest area for conductors and engineers.
She says the current rest area is outdated. The new one will have beds, showers, lockers, and a lounge.
NY1 also mentions that the courts are owned by, yes, Donald Trump.