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Looking to hit balls with fellow advanced beginner females.  Singles or doubles.  Enjoy Astoria Park.  It is an easy subway ride and courts are often accessible.  Open to other locations as well.  Flexible availability.

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Hi Cynthia,

I would like to play at some point this week.  Do you ever play in Central Park?  If not, Astoria Park sounds fine.

 

thanks,

Amy

hi, amy.

this week would be fine.  i have not explored the situation with the central park courts.  i have a hunch that they are very much in demand. maybe i will stop by today and check it out.  i have lots of experience with astoria park and it is very easy to get a court, esp in the mornings.  btw, effective apr 7, permits are required.  do you have one?

i am an advanced beginner?  and you?

cynthia

Hi Cynthia,

I just stopped by CP this morning, and it was a madhouse.  As long as Astoria Park is near a train station I'm up for it.  Are you available Wednesday morning?  I would consider myself an advanced beginner as well.

Yep, just got my permit lat week:)

 

best,

Amy

 

 

hi, amy.

i stopped by the central park courts to check it out.  it's like every other court -- sign up and then come back at the appointed hour and play.  $15 to play one hour of singles or show 2012 tennis permit.

cynthia

Tennis Permits New Permits Renewal Permits
Adults
(ages 18-61)
$200 To purchase a permit for the first time:

To renew your full-season tennis permit:
Senior Citizens
(ages 62 and over)
$20
Junior
(ages 17 and under)
$10
Single-Play Tickets
(no photograph needed)
$15/ticket

Thanks, Cynthia, but I already have a season permit.

 

 

i was at CP about 1130am today.  only maybe 6 people in line to sign up.  don't know what the schedule looked like, tho.  all courts were full.

wed morning is fine at astoria park.  9am?  i'll get there a little early to sign us up.  there are 14 courts.  here is the link. http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/AstoriaPark/facilities/tennis  and directions:

From 42ND ST -GRAND CENTRAL 4/5/6/7/S/METRO-N 


Arrive at QUEENSBORO PLAZA STATION N/Q/7 


Get off at DITMARS BLVD - ASTORIA STATION N/Q  (the Dunkin Donuts on the corner is my landmark; walk away from the DD along the highway towards the river)

Walk 0.44 miles (9 minutes) Northwest to destination  (it's along river, south of pool and near track)

OK, great.  Thanks.  I'll be there by 8:45.

confirmed.  see you then.

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