"I live in Point Venture Tx, I'd like to find anyone here or in Lago Vista, Jonestown, or Cedar Park area to hit with..I played college tennis years ago and used to be about a 5.0 for a time...now I need to get back into the game, I miss…"
"awesome. So Monday at 7pm at CPHS sounds good, and I might be able to get there at 6:30. Sounds like you need to leave by 8pm, right?
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I general play Sunday mornings with a few of my friends near by. On Monday or Wednesday evenings, I would be able to play at Cedar Park High school tennis courts or any nearby courts (I drop off my wife for her classes at ACC nearby,…"
I can't play this Saturday morning but I could play Sunday morning, any chance that works? If not, I might be able to hit Monday around 7pm, I'll have to check my work schedule.
whereabouts in Cedar Park do you…"
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I am more of 3.5 - 4.0 and if you are ok with that, I will be able to play on this Saturday morning at Vista Ridge. Generally, Monday or Wednesday early evenings might work for me as well.I live in Cedar Park.
Tennis Fan, Casual Player, Tournament or League Player
Neighborhood or other helpful location info:
Cedar Park, Texas
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
I'm 50 years old, live in Cedar Park, work by the Arboretum. Was a solid 4.5 player 8 years ago when I was last playing regularly. Just started playing again, and am probably playing at a solid 4.0 level right now. Can play in the early evenings during the week and early mornings on the weekend (later in the cooler months).
I will occasionally play doubles, but would prefer singles. More action, and a much better workout.
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
anyone who has something reasonably approaching an all-court game, handles themselves with class, and doesn't shriek like a banshee every time they hit the ball.
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):