itf tournament

Discussion in 'Junior League & Tournament Talk' started by timm, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. timm

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    hey guys i was just wondering one day before a itf tournament you have to sign in at the tournament location right? thanks
     
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  2. tennis_nerd22

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    you're playing in one?!? you must be good, lol. and it seems like your sponsored by wilson if you have 10 ncode tour 90's ;)

    what ranking and country?
     
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  3. timm

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    haha im not that good but aiight since its in hong kong the players from hong kong get like priority just like other countries with their players. haha no sponsor its just buying some and recievin some from coaches lol. i live in hong kong very easy to get rankin and top 20
     
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  4. looseswing

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    I think you're just being modest. You still have to have some serious skill to play in ITF tournaments.
     
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  5. timm

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    hmm howbout i'll post some videos sometime and you can see. its a grade 5 and yea i'll post my result tomoro, predicted result: 0-6 0-6 ;) it kinda really depends on my opponent, ive seen some of them they aint really that good but yea
     
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  6. looseswing

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    That would be awesome!
     
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  7. timm

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    actually my draw just came out im playin on tuesday with a bye so im in the second round playin 3rd seed jnr world number 294....wat are my chances lol
     
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  8. looseswing

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    oh wow, that sucks, or it could be good for the experience i guess. good luck
     
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  9. NbladeTopspin

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    Can u link the draw plz?
     
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  10. timm

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    so i obviously got trashed 6-0 6-0. but i reckoned i should have at least got 2 games in each set. like almost everygame went to deuce and whenever that happened i always had more game points then him and when he had his only one he would win it. well it was a good experience.
     
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  12. looseswing

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    Oh well, it was a good show and you've still got skill.
     
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  13. GRANITECHIEF

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    Didn't Jason Jung from Torrance CA win that tourney last year or the year before?
     
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  14. timm

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    haha doesnt everybodyround here has skill? yeah there is two itf's in hk, one in october the other in january, he won 2004 oct.
     
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  15. EasternRocks

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    Timm, have you ever played a G1 ITF?and by the way, wats ur name?
     
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  16. babolat15

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    cool man, most people will nevre even be good enough to play ITF
     
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  17. chris1992

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    Guys anyone can play itf, generally grade 5 and maybe grade 4. Once you get higher ranking you can do higher grades but anyone can enter themselves into one.
     
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  18. Verilious

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    "nCode nSix-One Tour 90 320g x10
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    Seems like someone's in love with Federer....
     
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  19. timm

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    nah getting smoked in a g5 and me playing a g1? hopefully in a year or so ;). i might play a g4 which is similar standard.
     
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  20. redsoxrock930

    redsoxrock930 Semi-Pro

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    yo looseswing dosed is the best song ever
     
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  21. rockthebox

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    Especially if you're local, and you know people in the your local governing tennis body. At G5s they usually don't even check your ranking as long as you're relatively well known in the area and you play a decent amount of tournaments locally.
     
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