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Tennis-playing teams of all levels hit the courts on Sunday for the second annual Delaware Doubles Challenge, with proceeds benefiting the Delaware Tennis Foundation.  Dozens of duos dueled for hours at the beautiful Wilmington Country Club to help bring their favorite sport to kids across the first state and to support events like the annual Wheel Chair Tennis Classic.  A highlight for many was playing on the club’s world-class grass courts, the only ones of their kind in Delaware.


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