I love playing Tennis, give me a call @ 571 393 7192 if you are interested.
Any public court in Plano is ok. I have time in the evenings on weekdays and afternoons on weekends.
Temperature is not an issue for me :)
"Actually, I am a little under the weather, and also trying to catch up on everything after being out of town for almost a month. So tonight (wed) or THurs may be difficult to pull off.
Might you be interested in playing either on the weekend (sat or…"
"Yes, I certainly am up for some tennis and would love to hit wheere ever (I am in south west plano). I am tied up until probably about mid next week.
Feel free to give me a call or text if you would like to hit.
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
Not really much to say.
Just hoping to find some people to casually hit with... :)
I really, really enjoy hitting, but enjoy vollying for fun more than a competitive match.
In terms of an NTRP rating, reading the descriptions... I would rate myself as:
Forehand --3.5+ (Depending on my energy level at the time. I usually try to put a some strength (and a little top sping to keep them in) into these)
Other shots --3.0+ depending on the shot (sometimes I have great, strong and consistant backhands, and some days, they just don't seem to come together very well)
Overheads are probably my weakest shot (likely linked to my ultra crapy serve).
So I guess that makes me a decent line volleyer (which is what I most enjoy...), but only a 3.0 avg at best in games mainly due to a seriously pathetic serve and I suppose do a degree, lack of competitive spirit...
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
I'm REALLY dating myself here, but I'm going to go with John McEnroe. lol.
Ever since I was a kid growing up in NY, and after continuous begging, my parents finally let me go to tennis camp one summer. And one day, John McEnroe showed up for a practice session, and as a kid, that somehow stuck in my mind as the coolest thing. Pretty laim, I know...
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):