You're not into software development (which is probably like asking someone in L.A. if they are into screenwriting) are you . . . I live in the Richmond, but your selection of courts is close enough and you sound like we might have the same goals . . . it's been my experience that everyone over-rates or has no idea how to rate ( which isn't to say you're not a solid 3.5er) so I just like to say that I grew up playing, here in california––I played junior davis cup and in juniors . . . I know how to hit the ball, just have not been hitting it too often, but looking to get back to match and tournament play and meanwhile, just looking to find the groove. Thanks, BOB
Hi George! It's great to have you here! There's a SF Group here, join it and introduce yourself to meet people in your area.
This is my *new* generic welcome message that, fortunately, is required due to the enormous growth. We're growing by 100 new members a day, and I just couldn't keep up. But that's a good thing. ;-)
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