Also known as Grand Central Racquet, this specialty shop, which opened its doors in 1985, is the go-to place for expert racquet stringing as well as athletic equipment and all the accoutrements you’ll need for tennis, racquetball, squash and badminton.
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This shop carries the best in tennis necessities, including top brands of racquets, but that's not all.
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