I'm a 37 year old athletic female who picked up a tennis racket for the first time in October. Initially my only goal was to gain enough skill to play recreationally. But then I became addicted to tennis, and competitive, and am now very motivated to improve my game. I played on a 2.5 team this spring and summer and performed in the strong-average range (compared to teammates and competition). I'm more interested in playing singles but mostly played doubles this season. I'm determined to spend the indoor season getting my skill set way up, but I'm not entirely sure how to devote my time. I can take private lessons, get on the ball machine, join another league (which would be about a 3.0), hit with other players, practice serves, read books, watch videos, cross train, and strength train. I could probably get to the court a max of 4x week. I'm not sure how to prioritize my court time, if it is getting more consistent with my strokes, perfecting the weaker strokes (serves, volleys), get match experience, etc. It's all still fun to me so that isn't an issue. I'd just love a game plan, on and off the court. Thanks for any advice!