Thanks for your advice. I am about to post another blog entry to Tennisopolis, which I must say is a great way for bloggers to get more readers while also benefiting your site. Once again, thank you for the opportunity to share my love of tennis on a very big scale on this site.
Not much man, just doing the typical college thing, changing majors around every now & then lol. I've been good the whole time though, how've you been? Glad to see the site is still growing and many of the originals are still here =)
Hi Mr. Mark Mayor....So, some of us in the Roseville, CA group are beginning to get it together but are having difficulty with using the Tennisopolis site. We heard there is a video tutorial but can't locate it. Is that true?
Hey Mark, Thanks for the tips. I'm trying to find public and well-lit courts in the area of Mira Mesa & Scripps Ranch. I'm new to the area and would like some help on this. Does this website give court locations in San Diego county?
Mark, I will give it a go once I know what the new club is all about. Switching clubs this year (i.e., to clay). Didn't find one on the initial search. Maybe something will materialize in Upstate NY as well. I needed another reason for more cross-border shopping.
Just learning how to use this site. Where is it where I can post my photos? Here is a picture of one of my Holiday Tennis Budeez(TM) perfect for the upcoming St. Patrick's Day Tennis Budeez gift (c)Lafosse 2010