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Published September 27, 1994
The ATP Tour FanFest, the miniature tennis theme park featuring skill contests, video games, exhibits and virtual reality machines, will make its international debut September 28- October 3, at Sydney's Darling Harbour -- one of the country's premiere tourist attractions. The FanFest tour, sponsored by IBM, has previously stopped in Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Cincinnati and Long Island. The goal is to add to the entertainment and fun of tennis and develop new and younger fans. While the FanFest tour is sponsored by IBM, SEGA is sponsoring one of the tennis video games (THE DAILY).