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At 6:49pm on April 29, 2009, ActiveFunTennis.com said…
Join the most Active Fun Tennis Mixer™ of San Diego! We have 400+ Players! 1.0-5.0+. http://tennis.meetup.com/191/ Fun, Friendly Social setting Weekly. Get some exercise, improve your game, most of all have FUN! We have social events too!

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At 10:39pm on June 13, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hi! Welcome to the "community-based" tennis social network which connects tennis players, fans, coaches, and you.

What can you do here?
At Tennisopolis, you can:
- meet other players. Here's a primer on how to find partners.
- join a Group. Members have started over 190 Local Groups (and other types of Groups too.) Search for one in your area, or start your own.
- follow the pros. There are over 500 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 or embed your favorites from youtube.
- add your own Photos.
- and just hang out and connect with great people.

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 7800 members and we're growing by 100 new members a day. Invite yours too!

If you need any help, let me know.
M
At 5:24pm on June 11, 2008, saul said…
Thanks so much, Nataliya for your help, im from venezuela in south america wich is not a very popular sport, but i like, and by the way who can tell me about my level? i think im better that beginner i don t know. tanks again for reply.
At 5:16pm on June 11, 2008, Nataliya Ostrovska said…
Hi Saul,

NTRP is stands for the National Tennis Ranking Program which seperates players levels into categories. The lowest is NTRP 1.0. The highest is NTRP 7.0 (this is a World Class Player). To asnwer your question, NTRP 2.5 is a player who has some more dependable strokes and is learning to judge where the ball is going; has weak court coverage or is often caught out of position, but is starting to keep the ball in play with other players of the same ability.

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