Joey Balleweg, Intern - While driving through Temecula, residents can see the many city parks with empty baseball fields and basketball courts, and no high school teams running their summer sports camps. One place they might see athletes practicing are on tennis courts throughout the valley. The Murrieta Tennis Club, 39405 Murrieta Hot Springs Road, adapted to changing health orders due to the coronavirus pandemic and stayed in business. “Our private lessons have gone through the roof,” Scott Dickey, owner of Murrieta Tennis Club for 22 years, said. “Our pros (tennis coaches) have been busier this summer than they have ever been. Everyone likes private lessons because of the social distancing that comes with it, hitting with a pro who is 30 feet away from you.” [caption
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