The white concession tents stand there in Olympic Park, but they are closed. People walk up to the gate, but they are turned away.
"I'm confused," says tennis coach Mirco Hampeo, 35, as he looks at a map.
He's not the only one.
Many people have ended up at Eton Manor, the only permanent Paralympics structure in the park, which seats 10,500 and will host the wheelchair tennis competition. It's not on the Olympics maps but you just can't miss it.
Some 4,200 athletes will take part in the Paralympics Games from Aug. 29 to Sept 9.
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