Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
26 year old male looking to play more tennis. Moved to Minneapolis in January from Wichita, Kansas. Played varsity tennis all through high school. Went to state 3 times and highest finish was 5th. Played one year of college tennis at Barton County Community College in Great Bend, Kansas. School ranked 11th (NJCAA). Taught for three years at racquet clubs in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada and Wichita, Kansas during summers in college.
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
Pete Sampras, Michael Chang, Goran Ivanisevic
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Hey Dean, we need players for a 4.5 USTA league that starts the end of April. Please let me know if you want to play. We have 5 players and need 5 more. It's a men;s league and 4.0 and 4.5 players are welcome. The matches are played on Monday nights and the league lasts a couple months.
Hey there - it seems like we might be at somewhat of a similar tennis level, so i thought I'd give this website a try. I'm around this weekend if you're feeling inspired by the US Open and want to get out and hit for awhile. I live near downtown minneapolis but can travel pretty much anywhere in the metro area.
Dean - I'm relatively new to the area too (just moved here from S. Carolina) and haven't had any luck finding people to play tennis with. I'm in Victoria, so we're not too far away from one another. Let me know if you're interested. My job schedule is extremely flexible, so most times work for me ... weekend or weekday.
I am a strong 4.5 player and I am looking for more people to play with. I live in Minneapolis and can play most weeknights and some weekends. Let me know if you want to play. I played 4.5 this past summer and won almost all my matches playing at #1 and #2 doubles.
Dean - Hello, I'm available to play on Sunday earlier 7-ish or evening 6 or 7-ish; would prefer to hit at Linner Park in Minnetonka. I'll leave similar messages with Krishna and David Bane and perhaps we could hit on two courts.