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arnab
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  • Minneapolis, MN
  • United States
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arnab updated their profile
Mar 27, 2011
arnab left a comment for rebecca
"hey rebecca...was looking to hit around with someone around downtown Minneapolis or university ....am a 3-3.5 player ..let me know if u are interested"
Jul 25, 2010
Shalini left a comment for arnab
"thanks but this one is really expensive !! Do you know of anything reasonable ??"
Nov 15, 2009
arnab left a comment for Shalini
"for ur question abt indoor courts this is one of them close by http://www.rsftctennis.com/"
Nov 15, 2009
arnab commented on kris's group 'Twin Cities West Metro - MN'
"Looking for a tennis partner...Not too bad with the racket...Anywhere around downtown would be great ..but ready to drive too"
Sep 4, 2009
arnab joined kris's group
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Twin Cities West Metro - MN

Twin Cities West Metro is a group for local tennis players to connect. Join the group, then look thru the players at the right. Start a discussion here and/or introduce yourself on player profile pages. Have fun!See More
Sep 4, 2009
arnab is now a member of Tennisopolis : Tennis Social Network
Sep 4, 2009

Profile Information

I am a:
Tennis Fan, Casual Player
Neighborhood or other helpful location info:
Salt lake city
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Getting there, Do not know my rating
On the court, I am a:
rightie
My favorite local courts:
not sure new to SLC
Relationship status:
Single

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At 6:38pm on November 15, 2009, Shalini said…
thanks but this one is really expensive !! Do you know of anything reasonable ??
 
 
 

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