#TennisInCuba: Taking in the sights, sounds and culture in Havana

by: Brad Kallet | April 19, 2017

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Throughout this week, Tennis Channel will be in Cuba to document an unprecedented transformation of the country's National Tennis Center. From Havana, we'll receive dispatches from the producers, videographers and reporters that are helping tell one of the sport's best stories.

This week in Cuba is not just about tennis. It’s about people, culture and history. Tennis Channel is taking in the sights and the sounds, and they’re rather remarkable. The video above provides a small glimpse into what the TC team is witnessing in Havana during this incredible journey—the hustle and bustle of everyday life, children playing stickball in the streets, old-school architecture, palm trees and so much more. 

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