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  • Norwood, MA
  • United States

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I am a:
Casual Player
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
NTRP 4.0, NTRP 4.5
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At 6:43am on July 26, 2011, Andrew W. Peoples said…

I sent you a mail.



At 7:46pm on July 25, 2011, Andrew W. Peoples said…


Westwood is fine with me but it will still be 6:00 pm ish...

I don't get out of office until 5:30 pm and it is the traffic exiting Quincy/South Boston that's the cause of an occasional 90 minute drive home like it happened today :-)

Let me know the address of the courts you play at (so I can calculate my arrival time accurately) and does an evening this week work for you?


At 5:27pm on July 25, 2011, Andrew W. Peoples said…

Hello George,

Sounds great! My office location recently moved to Quincy so depending upon traffic I could be back to play around 6:00/6:30 pm on weekdays. Does that work work for you?

The lighted tennis courts on South street in Waltham are quite good and available almost every day.




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