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At 12:59pm on July 25, 2009, Michael Tucci said…
Looking forward to hitting with you sometime!
At 6:38pm on March 17, 2009, Ryan Bauman said…
Hey! Sorry, I totally forgot to check this in like the past two months. I'm free to hit any Tuesday or Thursday!
At 5:44pm on January 30, 2009, G said…
I can play tonight if you want to. or tomorrow before it gets too cold. what's your email?
At 11:22pm on January 29, 2009, G said…
I can play tomorrow/weekend in the late afternoon or early evening. on school days i'm usually free in the evening
At 11:22pm on January 24, 2009, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hi! Welcome to Tennisopolis which connects you with your tennis network: players, fans, coaches, clubs and groups.

What can you do here? At Tennisopolis, you can:
- network with your tennis friends. Invite your tennis friends and build your network now. - meet new players. Here's a primer on how to find partners.
- join a Group. Members have started over 250 Local Groups (and other types of Groups too.) Search for one in your area, or start your own.
- follow the pros. There are over 1100 blog posts on Tennisopolis. Have a good read, or write your own.
- improve your game. Get tips in the Forum and check out video lessons.
- post your own Videos and add your own Photos.

To get started, please upload a photo or avatar for yourself (if you haven’t already.) Whether it's of you, your dog, or your racquet it doesn't matter, but it helps people remember you. You can also personalize Your Page with pictures, links, RSS feeds, colors and more here.

Thanks to everyone inviting their friends, we now have over 17,000 members and we're growing by 80 new members a day. Invite yours too!

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