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Diamond Head tennis courts shine bright

By Ann Miller
Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 28, 2014

~~<p>Five years ago, the courts at Diamond Head Tennis Center looked like a bomb had hit them. Massive cracks and weeds had taken over much of a complex with a rich legacy and a richer location.</p>
<p>Tennis life has improved on the slopes of one of the world's most famous landmarks, steps from one of the world's most breathtaking places. DHTC, home to many of Hawaii's best players and some of the best players in the world finally got its courts resurfaced in 2010, with the next goal being transforming the paddleboard court into a practice area.</p>
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Five years ago, the courts at Diamond Head Tennis Center looked like a bomb had hit them. Massive cracks and weeds had taken over much of a complex with a rich legacy and a richer location.

Tennis life has improved on the slopes of one of the world's most famous landmarks, steps from one of the world's most breathtaking places. DHTC, home to many of Hawaii's best players and some of the best players in the world finally got its courts resurfaced in 2010, with the next goal being transforming the paddleboard court into a practice area. Login for more...



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