Hi Mark, I can't wait till spring to use your service. In the meantime I received a message from (firstname.lastname@example.org ) When I went on yahoo and performed a search under that email address it became obvious it was spam.Hope you can catch it and stop it before it takes over your board. Have a nice holiday season. Tom
Yeah! It was the match where Federer beat Nadal in the semis. It was really awesome to watch such great champions go at it. I'm a huge Federer fan so it was special for me to be in the stands watching both of them in person. It was my first time watching either of them in person.
I found your site from Craigslist, trying to look for a tennis partner. Thank you very much for creating this site. It's really a great site. Already, I've met some very cool people, and found playing friendly and helpful partners.
Thanks for the welcome. I just learned about Tennisopolis, and hope it'll be a good way to meet more people to hit with. I'm advanced beginner/low intermediate, so it's not easy to find compatible people who are serious but also want it to be fun.
hello mark, thank you for your message. it is very hard to find players in my town, corvallis oregon. i struggle finding enough players to meet my needs of fun and exercise. i am hoping to find players here. let me know if you have secrets, as i have been trying. thank you for your help. kimber
At 12:33pm on September 13, 2012, Ladd Vance said…
Hey Mark, It was The Braemar Country Club USTA 4.0 tournament that I won , thanks for the comment and featuring me :)
Mark - Jim Cummings here. Just joined your site which I did not know existed until last week when a friend from northern Wisconsin referred me to it. I had contacted Lloyd for advice on using social media to promulgate the underdstanding of the rules of tennis, an item on the agenda of the USTA Rules Committee meetings held in NY this past weekend. I'm a member of the committee. This is an unofficial contact to see if you might be interested. I haven't had an opportunity to really explore your site, but my thinking is it might be a good outlet. Do you think your members would have an interest in learning the answer to handling problems that occur in their everyday, non-officiated play? I can send you a column or two I have written for Mid-Atlantic Match Point, something I have been doing for over 15 years, so you could see what I am talking about.