Just joined tennisopolis and saw your post from 2009. (Most posts on this site are quite old.) I am a senior, but still love to play singles. I live in Burke. If you (or you know anyone) in the 50-70 age range in this area (3.0-3.5 level) that is looking for singles, I would like to meet and play. Thank you.
Thank you for the awesome connection, I am definitely interested in learning more about the website you had mention. Can you kindly email me the information via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I sincerely appreciate the connection and look forward to speaking with you soon!
Thanks for dropping a line! Good to hear from other addicts!!! I definitely agree with your teaching philosophy. Structuring around a persons individual and or natural ability is the key. Long gone are some of the old styles of teaching textbook ground strokes, although I think one can still implement some of the basic fundamentals into a persons all-round strokes. Thanks again and keep in touch.
Hi! It's great to have you here! This is my *new* generic welcome message that, fortunately, is required due to the enormous growth. We're growing by 100 new members a day, and I just couldn't keep up. But that's a good thing. ;-)
Invite your friends too. We’re trying to reach 20,000 members by Wimbledon. :-)
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