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Bill Huynh
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  • Rancho Cordova, CA
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Leonard Patrick Barragan left a comment for Bill Huynh
"I'm new to rancho and tennisoplis and I'm looking for ppl to play tennis with"
Apr 25, 2012
John Spoerl replied to Bill Huynh's discussion 'Racquet Solutions is expanding into the Gold River (Rancho Cordova) area!' in the group Sac Tennis
"sick little hook. Bill, Justin, Jordan, whats up? Don't forget your new pyrites shop makes shirts! That is one of your competitive advantages for sure. Courtside (sucks) . Topspin tennis is cool but they are in Roseville and Folsom. If your…"
Nov 16, 2009
Bill Huynh replied to John Lee's discussion 'Liquidmetal or MicroGel'
"I have played with both and I personally like the microgel radical better. The liquidmetal is a nice frame and is a steal for the price you can get it right now. If you can barely tell the difference and money is a concern, the liquidmetal will…"
Jul 20, 2009
Bill Huynh replied to John Lee's discussion 'Tennis Rackets'
"the 1/2" makes a difference in my opinion if you are a tall individual who wants more from your serves. The difference between the 16x19 and the 18x20 is the open and closed string patterns. With the 16x19, the frame is a more open string…"
Jul 10, 2009
Bill Huynh replied to John Lee's discussion 'Tennis Rackets'
"The Dunlop Aerogel 200 (18x20) is a really nice frame. If you are looking for a frame that gives more power, you generally want to go with a lighter frame. Most frames that are 11-12 oz are fairly heavy and do not give as much power as those in the…"
Jul 9, 2009
Bill Huynh replied to CoachV - William Vazquez's discussion 'How do I Weight UP my Federer K factor and change the balance.'
"Hey there CoachV. I have done customizing racquets for my customers, not necessarily any pros. Most of them already have theirs weighted when I string them. I would recommend to add weight to the 10 and 2 of the frame, and add equal amounts of…"
Jul 9, 2009
Bill Huynh replied to John Lee's discussion 'Tennis Rackets'
"Hey there John. Those two are both great racquets. Both the black and the pure drive are 100 sq inch. If you are looking for a slight smaller frame that is not that heavy, I would recommend the head youtek radical mp. This frame is a 98 sq inch…"
Jul 9, 2009
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Jul 9, 2009
Bill Huynh added a discussion to the group Sac Tennis
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Racquet Solutions is expanding into the Gold River (Rancho Cordova) area!

Hi!Hope everyone is enjoying the great weather for tennis lately. My name is Bill Huynh and I am posting this forum to inform everyone that a new tennis shop named Racquet Solutions in Gold River (Rancho Cordova) has opened and is fully stocked with gear including tennis racquets, bags, strings, clothes, shoes, balls, and all your tennis needs. We are located fairly close to the Gold River Racquet Club on 11355A Suite #6 Pyrites Way in Gold River (Rancho Cordova). We also have a convenient…See More
Jul 9, 2009

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I am a:
Tournament or League Player, Racquet Stringer, Tennis Shop Owner
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
I have been playing tennis for about 6 years now. I played high school tennis, playing number one singles and is also coached for West Campus High School in Sacramento. This past season, we made it to the section championships, but fell short. I also work at a tennis shop named Racquet Solutions where we have two locations. One of our locations is 2326 Fair Oaks Blvd in Sacramento, CA 95825. Our second location in Rancho Cordova (Gold River) is 11355A Suite 6 Pyrites Way, Gold River, CA 95670. Come check us out!
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Not bad, NTRP 4.0, If tennis is on TV - I am watching
On the court, I am a:
rightie

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At 10:23pm on April 25, 2012, Leonard Patrick Barragan said…
I'm new to rancho and tennisoplis and I'm looking for ppl to play tennis with
At 8:33am on July 10, 2009, Mark / The Mayor said…
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