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Tennis in Aruba question

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I am staying at a small place in Noord area near the Marriott and Ritz Carlton. Trying to see what options are available for court time, or finding a good tennis partner [3.5 USTA level]. I know the big hotels have courts, but unsure how realistic it will be for a non-guest to get a court (in mid-September) or find someone to hit with. Is this one of those times when you tip someone to get it?

The one tennis center I found seems focused on lessons. Any thoughts/experience to share?

Thanks

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