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Cem Tennis L’Hospitalet

Courts
18
Lighted
12
Indoor
-
Players
0
Access
Public


Cem Tennis L’Hospitalet is a public tennis facility situated at Camí De Pau Redó, 10 Barcelona, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Catalunya, Spain. There are 18 public tennis courts at this tennis location. The tennis courts are lighted. You can contact this tennis facility at +34933357811. Sign up today at this tennis location to compete with other tennis players. Try our Automatic Player Matching Service - we will match you with other tennis partners automatically based on your skill level and match history. Receive points for playing and move up in the rankings.





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