It's all in the hands

Juan Vazquez, center, of Springfield, Mass., hits the ball while playing a doubles match against Carlos Rodriguez, left, of Leominster, Mass., and Chullo Martinez, right, of Brooklyn, N.Y., during the Toby May Park Singles and Doubles Handball Tournament hosted by the New England Handballers Association Inc. at the new handball court located at the park in New London Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017.  Vazquez's doubles partner was Cano Oliveras of Springfield, Mass. The singles matches were for NEHA players only, but the doubles matches were open to the public.  The tournament works to connect handball players in New England.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Juan Vazquez, center, of Springfield, Mass., hits the ball while playing a doubles match against Carlos Rodriguez, left, of Leominster, Mass., and Chullo Martinez, right, of Brooklyn, N.Y., during the Toby May Park Singles and Doubles Handball Tournament hosted by the New England Handballers Association Inc. at the new handball court located at the park in New London Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. Vazquez's doubles partner was Cano Oliveras of Springfield, Mass. The singles matches were for NEHA players only, but the doubles matches were open to the public. The tournament works to connect handball players in New England. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Juan Vazquez, center, of Springfield, Mass., hits the ball while playing a doubles match against Carlos Rodriguez, left, of Leominster, Mass., and Chullo Martinez, right, of Brooklyn, N.Y., during the Toby May Park Singles and Doubles Handball Tournament hosted by the New England Handballers Association Inc. at the new handball court located at the park in New London Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017.  Vazquez's doubles partner was Cano Oliveras of Springfield, Mass.

The singles matches were for NEHA players only, but the doubles matches were open to the public.  The tournament works to connect handball players in New England. 

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