Tennis in Paris?

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  1. origmarm

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    I'll be going to Paris probably for Feb and maybe March. Can anyone recommend a good indoor venue in Paris? Preferably one where I don't have to be a member or can get a short term membership.

    Cheers, Orig
     
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  2. Julieta

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    Try posting in the travel section because there is a guy who travels to France quite often and I have noticed he responds to threads in that section. I can't remember his user name - Mloutch or something like that. He may know something.
     
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  3. origmarm

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    Thanks Julieta, I'll try that. I used to play there a bit but it was summer then and I just used to play in the park so I'm clueless now :)
     
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  4. Julieta

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    Hopefully someone will help you. If not, you could go to the FFT office while you are there. They would probably know.
     
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  5. vascoboy

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    why indoors when you can play in the Luxembourg Gardens in the city center...it's as nice as it gets!
     
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  6. origmarm

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    Yeah I have played there in the summer before, I like it a lot. When it's raining though and cold I prefer indoors :).. That and probably I will mostly be playing at night and if I remember correctly I don't think they have lights?
     
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    why was my OP-friendly-helpful post pulled?....TOTALLY user-friendly, no "competitor" reference (er, in Paris?). Man oh man Sp.. (well, you know who you are)... you do seem to take that prejudicial lying-in-wait-for-your-selected-few approach to unnecessary extremes at times....sigh

    Orig, try Club Forest Hill. There's a number of "Club Forest Hill" scattered around France and one (with a couple of nice red clay indoor courts) in the La Defense (business) district of Paris.
     
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  8. origmarm

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    Thanks mate, noticed you posted in the other thread also. Created two on the advice of Julieta as wasn't sure where to put this one. Cheers, Orig
     
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  9. Julieta

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    Some responses here maybe more than in the travel section, shows you what I know!!!!
     
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