Anyone in Orlando up for a hit?

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by hyrulemaster, Aug 21, 2007.

  1. hyrulemaster

    hyrulemaster Rookie

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    Does anyone here in the Orlando area want to hit? I'm a high school guy (played varsity #2 singles) and am a strong 3.5 (maybe even 4.0). Even if I can't hit like a 4.5 I can definitely return shots with lots of pace of them. I like playing so much but can't really find any consistent partners - all these people just keep flaking out. So here's my response. I can promise you a good time even if the tennis isn't good (what's the chance of that? ;]).

    Anyone interested let me know, I live near Waterford Lakes on Alafaya Trail.

    No pushing, no moonballing, just pure baseline and SV baby :D.

    And I use a 1hbh if that makes it any better.
     
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  2. I saw your post about tournaments.
    It's kind of complicated, so i'll trry to explain the best that i can.

    First, you have to join the Usta, which is around 20 dollars.

    Then, go to http://tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/schedule/search.aspx to sign up for one in your area. Since you live in Orlando area, the rankings are based on a points system.
    You usually go to tournaments with 2 racquets, water sunscreen, etc. You have to check the tournament draws around 3 days be4 the tournament, then show at those times and play.
     
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  3. hyrulemaster

    hyrulemaster Rookie

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    Oh thanks it's nice of you to remember my username, or however it worked :) . You don't have to be a member of the USTA to join all the tournaments do you? I was a member previously and I think there were a few where you could join without the use of an account, but if you have USTA membership you get preference.

    Would you be interested in playing counterpunch_god?
     
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  4. bad_call

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    hrm - since u are near ucf, maybe check out the team or college players there. i used to play some of the team players in my younger days. btw - u can learn a bit watching them practice.
     
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  5. hyrulemaster

    hyrulemaster Rookie

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    just a bump
     
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