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Neighborhood or other helpful location info:
el cerrito, ca
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
i'm a baseline hitter who loves to run and have a good workout. i'm really just looking to hit with someone for fun.
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
NTRP 4.0, NTRP 4.5, Not bad.
On the court, I am a:
whaler, singles player, bomber, returner, gamer, trash talker, top-spinner, baseliner, sore winner
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At 9:37pm on March 29, 2010, Kirsten Drake said…
Hi Jenny,

I saw your message about wanting to hit around casually. I'm not sure what my NTRP level is but, like you, I'm a baseline hitter who like to go out and rally and basically get a good workout in. I played four years of high school tennis a long time ago, now I just hit the ball around whenever I can.

Let me know if you want to hit the ball around. I generally do not check this site so please email if you're interested.

By the way, I usually play at the courts on Hopkins near MLK Junior High.

At 10:40am on March 27, 2010, Henry Rollins said…
Did you put in a message today March 27 that you are looking for a steady player to practice with? I am a steady 4.0 You can contact me at
At 4:24pm on December 22, 2008, TennisGirl said…
Hi Jenny,

I'm Milena and I live in the Mission Bay district of SF. There's a brand new court right by my house, and if you're available to play, let me know. I'm available weekdays after 6:00pm and weekends occassionally if we decide on a day and a time. Write me back if you're still playing.

At 4:25pm on July 5, 2008, STU said…
if you can make it to emeryville, i'd like to hit with you. thanks, stu
At 11:58am on July 1, 2008, dlh said…
I'd love to play!! ping me back!
At 1:49pm on April 25, 2008, Mark said…
Hey, looking to find someone who can play weekday mornings around ten am at GG Park, seems like everybody has a day job...let me know what your timeframe is, or if you know of anyone. Thanks!
At 6:09pm on April 7, 2008, Ellen said…
ah, i wont be around this wednesday...does thurs/fri work for u? if not, hopefully the weather will be nice this weekend :)
At 12:03pm on April 5, 2008, Ellen said…
Hi there! I saw your posting on the Bay Area Baseliner's group, would you be up for playing this weekend if the weather is good? I'm not a 4.0, but I can keep up a decent rally :)
At 4:32pm on March 28, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
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