"Hey Bret, I'd love to play sometime. I'm getting over a cold right now but should feel well enough to play on Thursday evening if you're available. If not, I'll be out of town this weekend but have plenty of time to play next…"
"Hey man, I am looking for some cool people in Knoxville to hit with. I lost all my tennis friends when I moved out here. I live in West Knox but don't mind traveling a little. My schedule is pretty open so let me know, call if you want…"
"Guyzer recently went to school. The professor: Jason Powell. The lesson: two to six. JPU eagerly awaits the arrival of prospective student Andres Dominguez to start his long overdue lessons. School is always in session, suckers"
"Hey man, I'm looking for people to hit some balls with. I live up in Fountain City and can play weekdays six pm or later and have most weekends free. I was pretty good in high school and am still getting back to that level, but I can still play…"
Hey man, I am looking for some cool people in Knoxville to hit with. I lost all my tennis friends when I moved out here. I live in West Knox but don't mind traveling a little. My schedule is pretty open so let me know, call if you want 661-713-3297
"I lost on purpose. I didn't feel like winning. I wasn't in the mood to win. I felt sorry for my opponent, so I let him win." --- That would be my quote if I was a professional tennis player and Bob Costas asked me why I thought I came up short during a big match. With regards to our match Professor Powell, when can I get another "syllabus"?
I beat Dan Martin 6-1, 7-6(7-3). My game is on yo......I'm playing so well I bet I could consistantly hit frame shots agains Rodger Federer. I'll be there real soon, probably next week. You best be ready for a whoop'n.
You better be playing tennis, B. I know I can't, not well anyway. My foot is still giving me problems. I plan to start our World Team Tennis in June, maybe my foot will come along on the journey. Lates.