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New 9 DREAM demo racquets - Tennis Partner needed

I'm a 4-4.5. Just got back from AO 2010. Saw Federer win and I just sold my K Factor Six One Tour, and now I'm looking to get a new racquet…

Started by OA McCombieLatest Reply

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Looking for Partner to Hit With! 4.0

Hello Everyone, I live in North Hollywood and want to get back into playing tennis.  Looking for someone to hit with 1, 2, or 3 times per w…

Started by Jessica

1 Jun 28
Reply by Stole4

TennisLosAngeles's Summer Doubles Season starts June 27th

TennisLosAngeles's Summer Doubles Season starts June 27th   Our Summer Doubles Season starts June 27th. Join our active community on the co…

Started by Steve from TLN

0 Jun 20

Tennis Rallying

Anyone looking to play Tennis in the Northridge area let me know!

Started by Eamon

1 Jun 3
Reply by Emil Vigra

Tennis and the spirit within

Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves. Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show…

Started by Oscar Wegner

0 May 30

3.5 anytime today

in the west valley this morning and in burbank later on.

Started by Nazeer Husaini

0 May 22

New easy tennis

WordPress Link Tennis made easier than ever!!!

Started by Oscar Wegner

0 May 22

4.5 + tennis anyone?

Looking to hit today 4.5 + preferably. Let me know. 626 232-6852

Started by Kyle McCain

0 May 16

Woodland Hills 4.0

Hi looking to play/rally 818-439-5686 Emil

Started by Emil Vigra

1 May 3
Reply by peter

New book! Free!

Go to - free book and free videos. Best wishes, Oscar

Started by Oscar Wegner

0 Apr 8

Anyone in Studio City?

Middle aged guy still looking for a weekly playing partner. Would like to play at Beeman Park in Studio City. If you're local and intereste…

Started by Hank F.

2 Apr 6
Reply by Hank F.


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