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Lee Stephenson
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  • Seattle, WA
  • United States

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Lee Stephenson replied to Richard Yin's discussion 'Looking for hitting partners (Capital Hill)' in the group Seattle Tennis
"Hi Richard, I'm also trying to get back into tennis after a 6-month break. I'm rusty, but should be about a 3.0 player when I'm back on my game. I'll be out of town this weekend, but would be happy to play indoors at Amy Yee or…"
Apr 13, 2009
Shawn Murphy replied to Lee Stephenson's discussion 'Amy Yee singles or doubles partners' in the group Seattle Tennis
"Lee, I have a couple of friends that play doubles at Amy Yee, and as I mentioned to you in our email I'm not able to play with them much now that I'm back to a fairly regular 9-5... I'll forward along your email and perhaps…"
Feb 9, 2009
Lee Stephenson added a discussion to the group Seattle Tennis

Amy Yee singles or doubles partners

I'm new to Seattle and a middle-aged 3.0-3.5 level player looking for singles or doubles partners to play at Amy Yee Tennis Center. I love to play, but don't take it too seriously. My schedule is flexible so I can play day or evening any day except Tuesday.
Feb 8, 2009
Lee Stephenson joined Mark / The Mayor's group

Seattle Tennis

Seattle tennis partners is a local group for Seattle and Tacoma area players to meet. Scroll through the hundreds of partners on the right. All skill levels free to join.See More
Feb 8, 2009

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I am a:
Casual Player
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
I'm getting there., NTRP 3.0
On the court, I am a:
doubles partner
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