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Hi! I haven't played in a while, around a 3.0. Looking to hit with someone after work around 5:30-6pm anywhere in the Weho or Hollywood area, possibly 1-2x week.

I have had amazing luck with tennis partners on this site when I lived in Pasadena, but they have all mostly moved away. Hoping to continue this trend. Please respond here with your email or phone number. Thank you! 

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hey gwen,

i'm 3.0-3.5 and usually play at poinsettia or plummer.

i can play in the evenings and afternoons depending on the day.

if you'd like to hit sometime let me know!

Yes please! This week is pretty much shot, but I have some time earlier during the day on Saturday or Sunday. I live in Downtown and work in Weho. Email me at gwen.paja@gmail.com so we can set something up! Thank you!

Hi Michael, Are you still interested in playing? I sent you an email but didn't hear back. We can start this week if you're free? Let me know! 

-Gwen

Hi Gwen,

I'm a 3.5/4.0, but I haven't played in a while. Your weekday hours would be difficult for me, but if you want to hit sometime on the weekend, let me know. I can play Plummer, La Cienega or Poinsettia.

Steve

smeadors@ca.rr.com

213-840-1777

I'd be interested. If you're still down. E-mail phil.sousa@gmail.com. Cheers!!

Hi I am looking to play on the weekends could play in your courts or at my condo complex

Hi Gwen, please let me know if you're still available to hit.  I think I'm around your level.

Jake

Hi Jake! Sorry for the late reply. I'm up to play. I work in Weho and live in Downtown (though my office will be moving to Downtown in May). Where are you located? Email me at gwen.paja(at)gmail(dot)com and let's try to find a day/time that works for us both. Thanks!

add me to your list if your still looking to hit ... im a very rusty 4.0 ..schedule is totally flexible.

I'm in! wandiemkabule@gmail.com

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