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i probably suck, but want to learn and work out

so my boyfriend and i moved to dallas a few months ago and have tennis courts where we live (our apt complex). we definitely want to start…

Started by Chelsea

6 Apr 5, 2009
Reply by Kunal

Anyone interested in hitting today (Monday, July 28)...Cole Park...SMU Courts...

Reverchon Park...Brookhaven college...Richland College? After work maybe?

Started by V-

1 Mar 9, 2009
Reply by Joey

New to Tennisopolis

Hi There!! I have been playing tennis for several years and at a 3.0 level. Looking for people who would like to play Monday afternoons or…

Started by Rhonda Shirley

0 Feb 26, 2009

Sunday Morning Tennis Anyone? Courts near 75 and 635

I can do 8:00-11:30 am - anyone game?

Started by Ben

2 Nov 15, 2008
Reply by Raj

Tennis on Easter Anyone?

Anyone up for tennis on Easter morning? I am a 3-3.5 player and live near LBJ and 75. My number is 214.288.8882

Started by Ben

1 Jul 28, 2008
Reply by Raj

Anyone want to hit Saturday Morning around 10am - SMU courts....

The public ones that line SMU Blvd.

Started by V-

0 Jul 25, 2008

Anyone want ot hit Sunday morning...around 10am...Reverchon Park

It's in Dallas on Maple and Turtle Creek....

Started by V-

0 Jul 25, 2008

Anyone play?

I'm a 3.0 player looking for other girls to hit with. Rally practice wouuld be great... Reverchon Park area....

Started by V-

0 Jul 21, 2008

Who Plays

So how does this thing work... does anyone play. Looking for some competition to get better. Will be in Dallas in two weeks (on vacation).…

Started by danield24

0 Jul 3, 2008

We need an extra Girl

Trying to get a practice set up at LB Houston and our 6th player can't make it this week. We need one player tomorrow at 8pm at LB Houston…

Started by Chi

0 May 11, 2008

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