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!
     
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  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
     
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  3. mikeler

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

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    Haha to bad I'm under 21!

    Thanks for the link
     
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  8. archman

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