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I can hit consistently and would like to find someone to hit in the potrero area. Thanks! c.

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I can hit consistently ...can you play during days?
weekday nights and weekend mornings are good. but check with me if you want. =)

I live in the peninsula but work up here in the Mission Bay area. Looking to play weekeday nights/ late afternoon.

I'm a 3.5, can hit consistently and I'm good shape so running is rarely an issue. 

Hi my name is ray .and my level is 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 and i am a very good hit tennis ,after you try ,you will know what is my real level .i am living in sunset ,and i am working 6days a week hard work ,so i can hit at night time and sunday .
I live on Potrero. I am 4.5. ping me if you would like to hit. I travel sometime but I am often here. if you want to connect.
Hey Chris, I can hit pretty consistently and am probably between 4.0 and 5.0. I can play in the weekends and sometimes in the weekdays. Ping me at if you are interesting getting a rally going.

Hey thanks for all the replies and for some of you to leave your email accounts here.


SIGH .... I am busy and sick at the same time this week. I will definitely email you when I am recovered. I am thinking maybe trying to get some of you to play together in the weekends.



Me and my buddy live or work in Potrero. I know a bunch of 4.0 and 4.5 hit me at if you want to find partners. 



Hey Emmanuel,

did u get my email? Wrote to you last week. =) cheers.

hi Chris, 

im 5.0 player@SF downtown ? wanna hit?



hey paul.

Thx for asking. My time is very limited and that's why I am trying to look for people who can play preferably on potrero/25th or really close by. And sure I want to hit if you can meet me there. I can do weeknights and weekend mornings.

I'm a 3.5ish and work in lower Potrero/Mission so I can hit anytime after 5.


Let me know if you're down.




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