"Just my thoughts for what it's worth. Find a private instructor to work on your main fundamentals -- ground strokes, backhand, volleys, and serve. You don't want to develop bad habits by practicing on your own. First get comfortable after…"
"New to the area, and definitely up for hitting whenever on Monday, Tuesdays, Fri-Sunday after 6pm in the North Arlington area. Quincy Park preferred, but I can bike it to most places. I hit at 4.0 level, but happy to hit casually and competitively…"
Tennis Fan, Casual Player, Tournament or League Player
Neighborhood or other helpful location info:
North Arlington, VA
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New to North Arlington, play at a 4.0 level, would like to find other competitive and casual tennis players (male or female) to hit with on a regular basis -- singles, doubles, mixed doubles or just to run drills.
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
I'm not sure what part of Cincy you are in, but maybe we could hit around sometime. I'm in West Chester (about 20 miles north of the city), but work downtown, so I could meet anywhere after work. Why did you leave Ann Arbor? I love it up there :)
Hi, I'm not at your level, I guess I'd be adv beginner. Currently working woth a pro at Western Hills Rac Club. But I would be up for getting together and hitting. I live in Western hills can play day or evening, if your're interested let me know. what area do you live in?
Hey Sonny. I am new to Cinci as well (sort of, actually been almost 2 years now). I'm not sure how the rating system that you are using works but I would love to play with someone. I played in high school and after about 3 times a week but it has been a little while. Would be happy to meet and play if you dont mind playing someone who isn't as good as you. Let me know. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Seee ya
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