Seems some tennis players were pretty bored today.
And so the rather clever Juan Ignacio Chela of Argentina decided to break up the tedium with a series of Tweets that are sort of his version of a Letterman Top-10 list.
My name is Richard and I looking to find some folks to play some singles or doubles. I live near north hills and I use to play tennis 4 times a week in California. I am looking to find a regular tennis partner to play with. I so glad that I found this website. Please call me or text me @ 915 249-7048
Added by Richard Flores on May 5, 2012 at 11:28am — No Comments
It is great to have larger than life idols to inspire you. But at times we overlook legitimate sources of inspiration as it comes from relatable people, our brothers and sisters. It is always motivating to see great results come from a structure and system whose blue print you are a result of as well. Such is the case with this young man. His story sums up the path to college tennis and pro tennis for most tennis players from Zimbabwe and Africa, except in Mbonisi’s case, he did it…Continue
Everyone give it up for Tim and his featured photo at this months header.....I believe the photo is of his patent pending "razor slice" backhand....Sharp enough to cut a soda can in half, and STILL slice a tomato RAZOR…Continue
We are pleased to announce the USA Masters Tennis 35+ tryouts for the 19th World Maccabiah Games Team!
The national tryouts will be held October 27-29, 2012 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Interested Athletes must send in an official application as well as a tennis tryout registration form to Maccabi USA.
The official application and qualifier forms can be accessed at the below links:…Continue
Added by Stephanie Sorkin on May 2, 2012 at 11:19am — No Comments
SEEKING JEWISH TENNIS PLAYERS to represent the USA at the 19th World Maccabiah Games
Israel, July 17-30, 2013*
Tennis will be participating in the following categories:
OPEN LEVEL: (M,F) All Ages, generally 18+
Added by Stephanie Sorkin on May 2, 2012 at 11:16am — No Comments
I am always for displaying great sportsmanship and conduct, but I do get a kick out of watching tennis players absolutely lose it! To the novice, it is a battle out there on the courts and if you expect to come out unscathed you have a rude awakening coming at you.
Added by TennisWithD on May 2, 2012 at 10:13am — No Comments