Hi Ally. Check my profile if you would. I am just a decent guy looking for tennis partners. I like to get in 1-2 hours 3-4 times a week. Would probably play every day if weather and schedules permit. I am self-employed with a very flexible light schedule, so you can just hmu ( is that "hit me up" in text speak?, I think) and play on short notice or otherwise. Let's play once and see if we're close enough in skill level to warrant future play.
> i am trying to form a team for a co-ed tennis league in
> we are a level 3.0 team and so far we have 3 guys and only
> 1 girl
> (we need 3 of each).
> the matches are either wednesdays or thursdays each week
> and consist
> of one set of men's singles, one set of women's
> singles, one set of
> men's doubles, one set of women's doubles, and a
> set of mixed
> doubles (first to win 3 sets is winning team, although we
> play ALL sets).
> we will also be practicing once a week (either a weekday
> from 6-9pm or a weekend day at whatever time works best).
> if you are interested in joining our team, and you are
> between a 2.5
> and 3.5 player, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey, I am currently looking for some people to play with on weeknights and weekends. I am new to the game but have played racquet ball on the east coast prior to moving to the west coast. I do not mind playing on your home court, since I do not really have a home court of my own. If you are interested in playing let me know.
I usually play in Costa Mesa or Newport...usually I end up at the Newport High School cause there is never anybody there. If you can't hit backhand, can't serve and overall consider yourself not too good I think we should play sometime. But if you are going to leave me in the dust and destroy me...well then we should also play...but you play opposite handed.
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