Tennis Warehouse-Mid Atlantic Chapter

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  1. downs_chris

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    not going to lie - that does look good...
     
  2. coolblue123

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    Sorry been on reddit just long enough to get posting rights. I need to go hit.
    I had Kabob Palace for lunch. They have this spinach lamb stew. Totally delish.

    Waiting for someone to sell their v1pro super g.
     
  3. mikeler

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    Speaking of breakfast, I'm in Bavaria. It's strange seeing people drinking huge mugs of beer for breakfast.
     
  4. realed

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    Sounds like my kind of place, but I'd be useless for the rest of the day.
     
  5. realed

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    Question: How many hidden fees are there in league play? I was told that I'd be playing singles on Sunday and was told to bring $15 and a can of balls. Will I be paying $15 for every match on top of the $35 I paid to join a team and USTA membership fees?
     
  6. downs_chris

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    Yes. You are basically paying for the court time too. It can add up...
     
  7. hollywood9826

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    Indoor or private facility you have to pay your share for the court time.

    Thats what sucked about playing USTA in that area. In Anne Arundel in the summer time we always used public courts and didnt have to pay extra. just a can of balls from time to time.

    Which means be prepared to use crappy Penn Championship balls. I hate those balls.
     
  8. realed

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    No problem for me because I don't know any better. I buy a box at Costco every year. I still have a can left from last year's box (indicative of how much I played last year).

    Edit: Now you've got me reading up on ball reviews lol.
     
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  9. downs_chris

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    some leagues provide balls...in the leagues that don't, it's usually the home team's responsibility to bring balls....

    what's for lunch people?
     
  10. realed

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    wife packed me up some omurice (korean). havent had it in years and still got an hour and half to go for lunch.
     
  11. JRstriker12

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    Whoa, nice update to the TT site.

    So what's happening? I've been doing my share of hitting out in Leesburg and Ashburn.
     

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