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TENNIS FOR EVERYONE! The Darling Tennis Center is Nevada’s largest tennis facility with 23 lighted courts on 11 acres located in the Summerlin area at Durango & Washington. We create an environment where people play, laughter counts, communities grow and everyone matters. Amenities include locker rooms with showers, meeting rooms and a pro shop. Private and group tennis instruction is offered for beginner through advanced players.
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Along top left wall and in front of the strings was tennis bags as well as "on sale" rackets. To the far right wall, are all the tennis rackets. Back wall, racket accessories and shoes. To my surprise, upon inquiring about stringing, Prince had went out of business and had their inventory acquired by tennis warehouse.
For all of your tennis needs, whether it is private lessons, clinics, racket stringing, string, rackets, clothes, or any other tennis merchandise you need in Las Vegas, Nevada please call Dillon @ 702-378-4901.
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One of them, owned by Agassi for decades, has now bounced onto the market for $2.4 million. Agassi grew up in the area. In 2018, his childhood Vegas home, complete with a pool and tennis court ...
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