I just moved to Boston from Saint Louis late in 2012, and have been itching to play. But the weather has been making it quite difficult! I live in the West End next to MGH / Green Line Science Park T stop. There are a few courts near me (including a clay court) but I don't know if they are public or part of apartments. I will find out this week whether they are available for residents of my building.
I'm down to play anytime after work or on weekends. I also have a car and can drive somewhere to meet or pick up if needed.
Let me know if you are down and we can exchange info.
Also, does anyone know of a good tennis store/stringer that won't break the bank with stringing?
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BTW, in terms of skill level, I played varsity doubles in HS, didn't play at all during college, and started to again when I began working in 2007 in Chicago and Saint louis. I would be down for just rallying, working on specific elements of our games (I have a sub-par backhand), or playing competitive sets.
Hi! See my post here: http://tennisopolis.com/group/bostonareaplayers/forum/topics/2-5-lo...
I work near MGH so I could play at those courts if they are in fact public and if you don't mind playing with someone at a lower level.
Free anytime this week after work? I'll have to check about court availability tomorrow.
I live a few blocks from those west end science park t-stop courts you are referring to. Love to play
Schools done, so i'm pretty flexible
Still interested in playing? I could do tomorrow or later. (I'm 3.5-4).
Hi, I am a postdoc working at MIT. Do you want to play at MIT campus?
Sure, I'm down. What's a good time for you? Cell number is 518-859-9654.
How about today? Do you know how to get to MIT duPont tennis court?
Sorry, today I have plans shortly, but tomorrow works!
OK, how about tomorrow 6:30 at MIT duPont court?
Sounds good. I'll look for it. See you there.
Is there a number i could reach you at if I cant find courts? are they indoor or outdoor?