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 1.) Courts are seen dilapidated after a storm 
 2.) Cracks in the pavement where people can practice hitting against a wall shows its age 
 3.) Graffiti is seen on some of the practice areas 
 4.) The pool is filled with growth and has seen better days 
  
 Friday, July 13, 2012 at Naples Bath & Tennis Club in Naples, Fla. The place has sat for over a year and was recently acquired by a new owner. It's currently being restored and is said to have the most, 38, 37 which are clay, tennis courts in the region. The club officially closed it's doors Oct. 31, 2010 and will open in the near future.

Photo by COREY PERRINE, Naples Daily News

Corey Perrine/Staff
1.) Courts are seen dilapidated after a storm
2.) Cracks in the pavement where people can practice hitting against a wall shows its age
3.) Graffiti is seen on some of the practice areas
4.) The pool is filled with growth and has seen better days

Friday, July 13, 2012 at Naples Bath & Tennis Club in Naples, Fla. The place has sat for over a year and was recently acquired by a new owner. It's currently being restored and is said to have the most, 38, 37 which are clay, tennis courts in the region. The club officially closed it's doors Oct. 31, 2010 and will open in the near future.

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