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.
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#TennisInCuba: TC crew visits National Tennis Center for first time
Without the greatest road signage, they had some difficulty findi
Published Apr 20, 2017
The Tennis Channel crew is on the ground in Havana, and some challenges have presented themselves. The team had some trouble finding the National Tennis Center and its newly-refurbished courts. The road signs—or lack thereof—made it difficult to track down, but it was all the more rewarding when they finally arrived. The arena definitely needs some work, but the sparkling courts look magnificent.