A Trip Down Memory Lane — Video Walk-through of Hawaii Tennis History Memorabilia

Hawaii Tennis Memorabilia History Video photo of Albert Murata in his tennis shop

Hawaii Tennis History Memorabilia and Relics

Want to join me for a walk down Memory Lane? Well, you’re in luck because YouTube channel, Tennis Ninja TV’s Shane Cashen, visited me this week. His goal? To film me while I share some of my experiences in tennis. In particular, the Hawaii tennis history memorabilia I’ve collected from various events over the years. 

In this video, featured on Tennis Ninja TV, I reveal some of the souvenirs I’ve collected since I started playing tennis in the mid-’70s. It’s these sentimental relics that inspire me to write about tennis history and past events in Hawaii! 

It goes without saying that Shane and I share a deep passion for the game of tennis. Consequently, we both enjoy presenting exciting content to promote the growth of tennis in Hawaii. 

So, of course, I agreed to collaborate on this video! As a rule, I geek out on talking story about my Hawaii tennis history memorabilia. All you have to do is ask!

For this reason, I’m sending a big “Mahalo!” and shoutout to Shane and Tennis Ninja TV!

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Albert Murata

You could find Director of Tennis for the Royal Kona Resort Tennis Club, Albert Murata, stringing racquets in the AM Stringing Pro Shop or Pro Circuit events, teaching on the courts, coaching a youth tennis team, or playing league tennis! He has a long history in the tennis community from Kona to Oahu.

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