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Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT

148 Amherst Alley, Cambridge, MA      Phone 617-253-1000
Courts
10
Lighted
-
Indoor
-
Players
55
Access
Private


Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT is a private tennis establishment located at 148 Amherst Alley, Cambridge, MA 02139. There are 10 private tennis courts at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are not lighted. We have 55 active tennis friends presently listed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT. You can call this tennis location at 617-253-1000. Get listed now at this tennis facility to participate with other tennis friends. Check out the Automatic Player Matching Service - Tennis Round will connect you with other tennis players automatically based on your skill level and match history. Earn points for playing and move up in the rankings.


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