Hey everyone, I'm just getting back into playing and have no idea how technology has changed since 1991 -- when I was last in the game. I vaguely recall that I had an oversized Head racquet that was…Continue
Yeah, I've managed to meet up with 3 new people since my initial post - it's been great! Always happy to meet another local player, however, so let's try to find a time soon! This weekend is super busy for me and I already…"
"It seems you're getting a lot of response, but I also live in the neighborhood.
I can play tomorrow (Sunday) after Women's final around 4 PM. Let me know if you're still available to play.
I liked the ones near McArthur Bart, less…"
"Hi Nhien, I agree. That was really fun. I'm glad you thought so too. I'd totally up for getting together again next week! Does the same day work for you?
(And again -- no email notice from Tennisopolis. Grrr.)"
Sure, that's no problem. Just contact me whenever it's convenient for you. The only evening I'm sure won't work for me this week is Thursday night. In terms of the weekend, Saturdays are generally better than…"
Thanks for your response! I'm waiting to hear back from a couple folks about tennis this week. One is a raincheck from last week so I want to confirm those dates before making any other tennis commitments.What's your…"
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
I played in high school (ahem, 20 years ago) and a bit in college, but didn't really keep it up. I'm here to find folks who'd like to rally. I'm mostly interested in getting a good workout, enjoying sportsmanship/ comraderie, building community, and (hopefully) improving my game (ultimately, not about winning or losing to me, but whether I, personally, feel good about how I played)
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
Don't follow at all
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Not bad, Getting there
On the court, I am a:
singles player, gracious winner, gracious loser
My favorite local courts:
In a Relationship
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you got a lot of very good information and maybe some advance shop talk even some wisdom of words too.
here is what i did recently. i started with the racket head 100 square inches i found that a head that size require more skill on the players part. than i looked at the oversize head some pros use 110 square inches.based on this i knew i would be happy and effective with 107-109 sq inches, that range is a perfect fit for me.i got the 107sq in size head strung it with natural gut for power and lovin how much better i can play.