Tennis players in the Louisville, Kentucky and surrounding areas.
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Latest Activity: Oct 10
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As of right now, I'm good for Saturday. I am leaving town at some point in the day for Easter on Sunday but not sure when. I am definitely up for Thursday evening anywhere around 5 or 6 or so. Just let me know!
Sounds great to me
Personally, we shouldn't start this for this Saturday. We should come up with a start date, that we all agree upon, then proceed from there
Saturdays at that time sound good for me
Would Saturday mornings say at 10 be good for everyone?
I'm really limited during the week as I have night classes 3 out of the 5 days while I'm getting my masters. I have Thursday afternoon and evening available and the weekends are normally pretty open. I actually wouldn't mind playing on Thursdays actually. Maybe around 530 or 6? I live on the south side by Iroquois Park so those courts are closest to me but I can meet you all anywhere.
And I think a weekly or at least a bi-weekly meeting would be great. Better than only meeting 3 or 4 times the entire summer I guess.
Steve sounds like a great idea, I have a suggestion, what about creating a weekly or monthly Tennis day for LKT members, that works for most in the group, maybe even rotating locations. With a round robin format. Just trying to brainstorm to help the group become more active as a group. Tell me what you or anyone else think.
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