Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
I played a lot of double tennis in high school, then didn't play for 6 years after I graduated. The last three years I rarely got out but tried to hit when I could. I'm trying to dust off the cob webs from my game and find some new people to play singles with. I'm always willing to join up a game of doubles as well.
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
NTRP 4.0, NTRP 4.5, If tennis is on TV - I'm watching.
On the court, I am a:
lefty, whaler, acer, gamer
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Hi Ryan! It's great to have you here!
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Hi back! I play Mon/Wed after work over at UCSD North team courts on the campus, and every Sat at Clairemont HS in Clairemont. I have a solid network of about 30 players and my own group. You can reach me directly on my AOL at email@example.com. I will add you to my group if you want so you will receive my email reminders for hitting sessions. I am also a club member of the RPTC and hit in PQ. (Rancho Penn). My regulars are all 3.5-4.5 skill level and 25-45 age range. Its a good gang of tennis diehards ;-) KB