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.
#TennisInCuba: The crew goes seaside, takes in a show and meets a proApr 21, 2017
Jake Agna's outlook on tennis and life has had a far-reaching impactBy Oct 25, 2017
TenniStory: Cuba—A tennis center, and a sport, is reborn (FULL VIDEO)Jun 02, 2017
Unstrung: Jon Wertheim travels to Havana for a new era of Cuban tennisMay 23, 2017
#TennisInCuba: Building bridges between cultures through tennisMay 08, 2017
Cuban Snapshot of the Day: Bridging the gapApr 23, 2017
Cuban Snapshot of the Day: Making over the facilitiesApr 22, 2017
Cuban Snapshot of the Day: Rebuilding the CourtsApr 21, 2017
Christina McHale and her grandmother, 54 years later, travel to CubaBy Apr 21, 2017
#TennisInCuba: TC crew visits National Tennis Center for first timeApr 20, 2017
#TennisInCuba: The crew goes seaside, takes in a show and meets a pro
Jon Wertheim had some fun chatting with Orlando Garrido in his q
Published Apr 21, 2017
Tennis Channel’s Jon Wertheim chats with former Cuban tennis pro Orlando Garrido in his quaint home.
The crew enjoyed a lively performance of “Oye Como Va.”
In a seaside town that Ernest Hemingway used to visit, the crew takes in a different side of the Caribbean island nation. As you can see, Fidel Castro’s presence is still felt in Cuba.
Young players, locals and Grand Slam champions celebrated the renovation with a memorable closing ceremony.
Martina Navratilova takes a ride in a rickshaw after dinner and a surprise rooftop concert from national music hero Carlos Varela, Aldo López-Gavilán (on piano) and Julio Cesar Gonzalez (bass).