"Ex-college player here too, currently my right shoulder and arm doesn't really allow me to play sets without my game deteriorating to embarrassing levels.
I play mostly in montclair, not promising A level game but if you want to kill a day let…"
I play on and off there and I was wondering if there is a league nearby. Being conservative, I would say I'm 4.0+ .I'm more competitive in singles and goofy while playing doubles, havent played much mixed doubles.Just want to play some tournaments.KiranSee More
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