I live in DC (Capitol Hill) and am looking for someone to hit with this winter. I'm a solid 3.5 level player now, with room for growth if I could just play a bit more regularly. As you said, I'll play outdoors down to about 40…"
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
4.0/4.5 baselliner/ all court prefers singles w/ big serve
will play all levels
live and play in arlington (but no car) outdoor if 40 degrees or above
also belong to arlington y indoor
will play at rock creek and east potomac, too
can play during weekdays
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
fabrice santoro, ollie rochus, tommy haas, jesse levine
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
I live in DC (Capitol Hill) and am looking for someone to hit with this winter. I'm a solid 3.5 level player now, with room for growth if I could just play a bit more regularly. As you said, I'll play outdoors down to about 40 degrees. I also have some limited ability to play during the weekdays, which would allow us to get an indoor court at the Hains Point tennis center (the indoor courts are booked solid in the evenings and on the weekends). I'm mobile so I could meet up in Arlington to play. Just shoot me an email if you are interested. matthew.moseley[at]gmail.com
PS - Congratulations on the birth of your child! My wife and I have a couple of young kids ourselves.
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