Moving to Cleveland, OH

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by Mingo., Oct 4, 2011.

  1. Mingo.

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    Pretty positive I am moving to Cleveland, OH in January for work for sometime.. Best indoor courts? Best outdoor courts? Anyone want to have a hit?

    Thanks!
     
  2. gavna

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    Outdoor Tennis in Cleveland in the winter???? Hahahaha. Good tennis in Westlake, Mentor and the Eastern part of town Shaker Heights, Euclid...etc
     
  3. mikeler

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    Just wanted to share my condolences with you on moving to Ohio.
     
  4. Mingo.

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    Haha I wanted to know about outdoor courts for the summer haha, not the winter..

    Thanks, but it should help my tennis game seeing as I'll be moving from remote northern Minnesota.
     
  5. TonyB

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    Forget the tennis, just think about all the the fantastic beer you can have at the Great Lakes brewery in Cleveland.

    Mmmmmm..
     
  6. Ronaldo

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  7. Mingo.

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    Haha to bad I'm under 21!

    Thanks for the link
     
  8. archman

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    I live in Cleveland, what part will you be living in? What level of player are you?
     
  9. Mingo.

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    I'm going to be living in Lakewood.

    I actually just started tennis recently, so I'm really not that great :/ I am athletic and I have really developed a passion for tennis. I started playing because I had to have hand surgery and after a doctor's screwup I had to become right handed after being a lefty my whole life. The docs recommended tennis as a way to learn coordination, but now I play almost every day. I'm definitely improving and played in my first local singles and doubles tournament recently here in Minnesota and did well.
     
  10. tennisdarren

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    Some friends of mine recently bought Fox Creek tennis club. e-mail me (darrenlitz at yah00. com) and I'll give you some info.
     
  11. spartanglory101

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    I concur. Just moved back to MI from NE Ohio. Didn't get to too many indoor places around there.
     
  12. Ronaldo

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    Found it hard to believe NE Ohio has fewer indoor courts than NW Ohio with 4X as many players. Have 30 indoor courts, all time low.
     
  13. Mingo.

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    I wanted to let you know TonyB that I am still not 21, however GLB has one of the best patio restaurants that I have ever been too! Delicious food! If you are ever in town don't pass it up!
     
  14. Mingo.

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    Also I have been training at Paramount Tennis Club in Westlake. Great place for a hit but a little far if you are visiting Cleveland and have no rental car.
     

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