RUM Tennis Courts

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RUM Tennis Courts
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Full name Pedro “Golo” Laracuente Matías Tennis Courts[1]
Location UPRM
Barrio Miradero
Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Coordinates 18°12′59.18″N 67°08′40.45″W / 18.2164389°N 67.1445694°W / 18.2164389; -67.1445694
Owner Autoridad para el Financiamiento de la Infraestructura (AFI)
Capacity 3,200 (tennis)
Surface Outdoors
Construction
Opened 2010
Construction cost $9.7 million [2]
Tenants
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games
2011 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group II

The RUM Tennis Courts or the Pedro “Golo” Laracuente Tennis Courts is a tennis center on UPRM in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. Built in 2010 next to the Natatorio RUM. It will hold the tennis competitions of the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games.[3] The tennis complex has eight tennis courts, two of which are main ones.[4]

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