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hey bro, i'm down to play anytime. this is sort of my vacation so i'm sure you're waaaay more busy than i am. so feel free to call me at the number below. i literally dont have jack to do everyday other than play tennis and i've been in austin for 2 weeks now and haven't got to hit. i really want to do some drill type hitting (down the line, backhand drills, service returns, etc) because i just picked up a racquet last month and haven't got one single player thats better than me. i'm by no means awesome but it would be really nice if i could find someone better than me to hit with so i can improve my game. i dont have a car until around 6pm everyday so i can meet at a nearby court before 6 or drive after 6pm. also, i'm leaving austin sept 1st for miami, and wont be back in austin till september 31st so i only have about a week to play (this friday evening is booked for me too) but when i get back in austin i'll be able to meet up again. tomorrows tuesday and im down for anytime so just holla at me.
hi, im in NW austin, a 4.0 player looking to hit today (aug 25th). i'm from austin but live in miami and back here visiting austin this week. hollar at me if you want to hit today (its 5:00pm now and im free from now till 10pm). email: email@example.com & ph: 512.785.3847 i'll check email often. cheers -ike
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