I play a 4.5 game. I'm interested in practicing as much as I can. Not just hitting balls.
I live in LB. I been out of play for a month due to healing from a 4' inch gash to my knee rock climbing.
"Yeah, tomorrow at 8am works for me. Should be fun! I haven't played doubles in a while. I'm not sure if you posted a photo, UW and Christian, so you may have to tap on my shoulder when you see me. I will look out for you,…"
Hello!Looks like this site needs a post! I just wanted say that I am new to Long Beach and looking to get to know some people in the beautiful city and get back into hitting the ball around. I know it's not exactly the season...should be hitting the slopes, not balls, right? But, hey, if anyone is interested in playing on weekend let me know.Cheers!-SetonSee More
"I am not sure what number level I fall into, but I can keep a rally and am pretty comfortable placing both back- and fore-hand shots. I live near El Segundo and would be up for practicing next weekend."
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
I used to play tennis in high school and college. I would say I'm at an intermediate-to-advanced level; at least I used to be. It's been a few years and I would like to pick tennis up again.
I can hold a rally pretty well, but need some work on getting consistency on my serves - that is, getting the ball consistently in bounds. I'm interested in rallies, games, singles, doubles, but mostly just improving my tennis and meeting new people that also enjoy the sport.
I live in Long Beach but work in El Segundo as an engineer. I enjoy sports and getting outdoors when I'm not working. I run, hike, cycle, and love road trips.
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
Nadal, Federer, Sampras, Agassi
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):