"Oh, and they are not strict with the courts at all during the weekdays. Usually on the weekends a lot of people are fighting over the courts, which is when they start cracking down. If you don't have a permit and want to play on the weekend,…"
3.5 to 4.5 is a rather wide gap. According to NTRP:
General Characteristics of Various NTRP Playing Levels
3.5 You have achieved improved stroke dependability with directional control on moderate shots, but need to develop depth and variety.…"
Hi, I am a former 5.5+ some 10+ years ago (US junior national ranking, sectionals, superchamps, and some international tournaments) and am only now starting to get back into tennis after not touching a racket for all these years mostly to help me lose weight (desperately want to lose 20lbs) and get back into shape. I am most likely a 4.5 now. I live in Astoria and would like to hit at Astoria Park. I have a tennis permit and balls and am thinking about getting a second racket. If you'd like to…See More
"I'm not sure if you can book or not. I've never booked. I typically play on the weekdays because it is less busy. I think that it gets rather crowded on the weekends when the weather is nice. There's a 1 hour time limit so if you…"
"Yes, the Astoria BLVD stop on the N/Q train is near Astoria Park. When you get off the subway, walk west for 10 streets (to 21st street). The courts are at 21st street and Hoyt Ave right under the bridge. There are 14 courts and close by is a track."
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