Jamaica all inclusive - tennis?

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  1. GASMAN664

    GASMAN664 New User

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    Going to Montego Bay next week, specifically the Iberostar Grand Hall. They seem to have a couple of tennis courts.

    Has anyone had experiance w/tennis at a place like this? I've reasearched somewhat, apparently there is a pro in some capacity.

    Should I bother bringing a racquet? Wondering how much "lessons"/hitting with the pro might be; am I likely to find someone to hit with....etc.

    Would appreciate any input....thanks
     
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  2. Rjtennis

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    You might find some people to hit with, I typically do. Pros probably charge 50-75 an hour.
     
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  3. BigGame

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    I stayed at an all-inclusive in Ocho Rios last month. You're probably not going to find any guests onsite who can play, but the pros will generally offer (free) lessons during a set time each day. I'd advise bringing your racquet, I was able to get a decent hour of hitting in each day, but hopefully you'll be spending too much time enjoying the resort to think too much about playing tennis.
     
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