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I work close to ASU. and I played varsity at Mesquite High School in Gilbert. I want to get back in the game again :-)"
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Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
Kenneth (ken-ith) n. Origin: Anglicized form of COINNEACH which means "Handsome" in Irish.
Def. Uniquely different; a loving son and a brother; annoying yet sweet; sociable and friendly; sarcastic; overly weird; recent globetrotter; happy-go-lucky; four-eyed with keen visions; cares about his friends; laidback; imaginative; graphic designer; amateur photographer; makes you laugh yet still cries with you; future filmmaker; scotland fanatic; aspiring cinematographer; ASU alumni; money-spender; snowboarder; longboarder; tennis fanatic; and reliable friend.
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
Monica Seles, Richard Gasquet, Juan Carlos Ferrero
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Not bad, Do not know my rating, If tennis is on TV - I am watching
On the court, I am a:
singles player, returner, two-hander, baseliner
My favorite local courts:
I don't know any local courts yet in New York City. I just moved here.
I'm always busy Thursdays, but pretty much any other day works. With the other weekdays I'm free in the afternoon, and Friday I'm free all day. Most weekends are good. You have a day in mind next week?
I play in Inwood, and Washington Heights which always has empty courts, but it's on the northern tip of Manhttan so I think that would be asking a lot of yah. I know a court in Brooklyn next to where I go to college which we could try, but it might be crowded or there's a small chance they might kick us off. If you don't mind taking that chance then we could try Fort Greene Park.