Hi, I live close to Menlo Park. I am new to this site. Glad to see you all who enjoy tennis - I think it is a great full body work out and such a endorphin high for me. I always think it is amazing when having awesome matches or just pure fun. If your up for evenings or early morning weekend games. ping me... =)
> i am trying to form a team for a co-ed tennis league in
> we are a level 3.0 team and so far we have 3 guys and only
> 1 girl
> (we need 3 of each).
> the matches are either wednesdays or thursdays each week
> and consist
> of one set of men's singles, one set of women's
> singles, one set of
> men's doubles, one set of women's doubles, and a
> set of mixed
> doubles (first to win 3 sets is winning team, although we
> play ALL sets).
> we will also be practicing once a week (either a weekday
> from 6-9pm or a weekend day at whatever time works best).
> if you are interested in joining our team, and you are
> between a 2.5
> and 3.5 player, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week is pretty bad, but generally I can get together any weekday evening (except Tuesdays) around 7 or later. And, I can usually do weekend mornings as well. This upcoming weekend happens to also be bad with company in town, but starting next week I'm available.
Do you want to get together? Next week I can do evenings at 7ish Monday, June 23, Thursday 26th or the weekend mornings as well.
I'm familiar with the courts at Palo Alto high school, Peers Park, and just found the ones in Menlo Park at Burgess Park. Not sure how it works to reserve a court or if people just show up.
Hey there, can you please tell me where tennis courts are in menlo park?. I work in menlo park and would like to hit the court during office hours once or twice a week. Hopefully I can grab someone from my office or outside to play with :d