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  1. JRstriker12

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    Sup,

    I think we need new cones in the clinic. Those cones were obviously defective as they were getting in the way of my impecable wookie footwork.

    Also volleyball is not equal to tennis.

    That is all...... ;)
     
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    This message brought to you by "Wookie sayings at last night's clinic":

    [After 1 hour consistency drill]"
    "Wookie is superior in this drill! However Wookies is sweating.. fur getting heavy"

    [After a "wiff" on an easy overhead]
    "Wookie missed on purpose! Need mulligan"

    [After a touch "volleyball" tennis game]
    "Wookie has hands of stone; crush opponents, not cuddle shots. Wookie does not like this game"

    [After 1 1/2 of tennis game drills, working on footwork drills with cones.. wookie knocks cones over]
    "Wookie not like this drill! Wookie not like this drill! *coughs and huffs*]

    LOL. JRS did hit well, and so did Magma and JRK. I honestly thought they would have problems with the consistency drills, but they all rocked. I was quite happy. Meant less feeding and more hitting.

    Hope you enjoyed last nights clinic guys.
     
  3. JRstriker12

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    LOL!

    It was a good change up. Pleny of fun too. I like the drill we started with. If you missed, you sat down.
     
  4. Sup2Dresq

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    Did someone have something set up for Saturday morning tennis?

    Sappy/TFM.. don't you guys hit in DC? I may be up for checking out the competition.

    Anyone else hitting?
     
  5. Sup2Dresq

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    Ah 5 star. Yup. I changed up your lesson plan due to the high level of ADD in the group.
     
  6. JRstriker12

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    Sup - Okay - Assuming Xis wouldn't mind hosting us again for Friday AM hitz... can we get a 4th????
     
  7. Sup2Dresq

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    I'm sure someone will come forward. If not I know a couple peeps who would play.
     
  8. Sup2Dresq

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    TFM,

    Your post in the "high level" thread, was too funny not to share with the TWMACers.

     
  9. Xisbum

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    That's affirmative, Ghost Rider:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPB6TCfGzU8&feature=related

    Spiderbait ROCKS this song; best version I've ever heard, even better than the King.

    You're Johnny Blaze, I'm the Caretaker, Sup is Mephistopheles, Lady Topaz is Roxanne and JRK is Blackheart. Sappy can be the lizard. :)

    10 a.m. Sunday at Shadowood. Anyone else in? Sappy? JJJosh? JRK? Anyone?
     
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    tfm is killing me. LOL :)
     
  11. Sup2Dresq

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    The wookie is a playa.. I knew it! LOL.

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    JRstriker was kicking those poor cones around like they owed him money, hahaha.

    BTW, did anyone see The Office last night? Dwight was wearing the "three wolves" t-shirt.
     
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    Shadowood? Sounds scary... is it near Moldor? :???:
     
  16. Xisbum

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    Do not forget with whom you are playing, warrior of Rohan.

    "You. Shall. Not. Pass."
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    And I think you mean Mordor, right?

    Lady Topaz, looks like Monday will be chilly but not rainy. Game still on for 10 a.m. at Wakefield Park?
     
  17. TheJRK

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    Is Mordor the big volcano? I can't play Sunday anyway, I have kendo practice.

    On a side note... did you say you have an 870 Remington?
     
  18. Xisbum

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    Too bad; we could use your lanky tennis expertise at Shadowood.

    No Remington, . :)
     
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    Xisbum...EDIT!

    Watch this space...Monday may not work now...hold on, I'll let you know soon (I know, I know, you're on pins and needles)...
     
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    EDIT what??????

    Pins and needles, huh? You know that reminds me of a song:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPjSaDVIR0Y
     
  21. sapient007

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    nothing has been set up sat? i can do 9:30 to 11 for some light hitting if anyone is interested in all this goodness
     
  22. Sup2Dresq

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    Sappy and others,

    My 9-11 clinic cancelled for tomorrow. Anybody want to hit or maybe enough we can get a clinic or doubles. let me know asap or im opening up the courts.
     
  23. Topaz

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    I'll be taking an exam at 9am, but I could meet up with others around 10ish if y'all are hitting somewhere!
     
  24. TheJRK

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    Anyone want to hit Saturday morning?
     
  25. sapient007

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    Jrk. I can hot tomorrow if it not too windy let's play it by the ear. Data court or ur house is fine w me.

    Sup: I'm still sick so just a light hit for should do fine. You clinics makes me want to stand close to the net and faint.
     
  26. ZhengJieisagoddess

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    Topaz told me I should bring this up here:
    I am thinking of going to either Indian Wells or the Sony Ericcson tournament in Miami in March 2010, and understand some of you have been to SE in Miami.
    Where's a nice place to stay, and how should I maximize my enjoyment of this trip? I'll probably be going alone, unless a girlfriend enters my life in the near future...
    My goal is to see my heroine in action...
     
  27. Sup2Dresq

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    Just let me know. I want to hit. Its suppose to rain tomorrow anyways.
     
  28. Sup2Dresq

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    First, you should agree to meet me tomorrow to hit indoors from 9-11. Secondly if you have a USTA membership, go to the usta site or miami SE site and see if you can get a discount to a nearby hotel. It's especially nice to get one affiliated with the tournament because transportation (vans/buses) are usually included as a perk. better than having to rent a car.

    I stay with Drakulie and sleep on the same couch (not at the same time) that Moz, Datsveryinterestin and .. well I would say Topaz, but she gets special treatment and sleeps in Drak's bed....................without him in it. LOL. He lives in Fort Lauderdale.

    I myself like the Sofitel and Manderin in Miami. If you like to party then stay in South Beach. I like the Savoy or Beacon.

    Since Key Biscayne is a drive over the bridge, I would go with my first recommendation.

    p.s. palm trees make me smile.
     
  29. sapient007

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    After 9 am it's 23% chance of rain. Might be a little damp but I can live w those odds


    Edit: dats will be around tmrw? I can bring the aiptek tmrw for you to see
     
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  30. TheJRK

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    If we are hitting indoors I'm down, otherwise it's gonna be too friggin cold in the morning to hit outside.
     
  31. ZhengJieisagoddess

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    Thanks so much!
    My tennis lesson is at the Arlington YMCA at 9:00...where are you hitting indoors at? (It always helps to give a location for the uninitiated...)
    I am 48 yrs old...I love a good scotch on the rocks, and wopuld definitely go for the rum drinks in Miami, but the last time I really partied was in my freshman year at Gettysburg College...a memorable night...
    I think I'll put in for vacation at work and set about making plans for Miami...
     
  32. alice301

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    hey, i'm in for whatever tomorrow (today)! all the stars are in alignment:
    • my mixed doubles fell through because i couldn't find a fourth
    • my racquets, which had been in husband's car at the garage in baltimore penn station all week, are now back home
    • husband is taking the spawn to his mother's house for the entire day
    wooty woot woottt!

    edit: ooops. never mind. i was able to unearth a fourth player for doubles this morning. so i'll be playing right here in wonderland. sorry...and now, back to your regularly scheduled programming.

    edit #2: stooopid rain...
     
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  33. JRstriker12

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    Xis - I'm go for 10am Shadowood on Sunday. Do you want to hit singles or maybe get some dubs???
     
  34. Xisbum

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    Either way is fine with me; thought Sappy and JJJosh were interested, but haven't seen anything to indicate they were coming to Shadowood.

    We'll have fun whether they show or not.
     
  35. Topaz

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    Xisbum...I'm sorry, I have to MAC-bail on Monday...gonna be out of town that morning.
     
  36. sapient007

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    sup. tx for the court time/hit your lefty 3.5 ways are putting my 3.0 game to shame.
     
  37. Topaz

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    You know, I've seen 'lefty' Sup before...and there is a lefty serve in there...somewhere.

    Sappy, I'll have you know if I come down with h1n1 I'm holding you personally responsible!

    Nice hitting guys...glad I could make it out after my exam!
     
  38. Sup2Dresq

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    I immediately washed my hands when i got home. I remember after one of my "rafa" shots at you, I got a high five from Sappy. I immediately felt doomed afterwards. Maybe thats why my lefty serve disappeared.

    I'm drinking beer to combat the germs. None can live with the alcohol I consume. Well I hope.

    Watching Agassi vs Ivanisevic Wimby 92 final. Sweet match.
     
  39. Sup2Dresq

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    Sappy. I really enjoy playing dubs with you. You put the fun in tennis. Also put the fun in happy hours.

    Can you do me a favor and post a pic of that shirt you wore. Xisbum and I can admire the colors.
     
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    Gear Tips for 10 Common Player Types

    So many racquets and strings, so many choices. And so many player types. To help you cut through some of the gear clutter, we presented Nate Ferguson, founder of Priority One Tennis in Tampa and stringer and racquet customizer to the top pros like Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, with 10 common player identities and asked him for some gear tips for each type. See if you find yourself in one of these 10 and, if not, please give us your personal player type including your level (based on the NTRP scale), the current racquet and string type you use, and what you need to improve your game. We’d like to create a database that covers the basic player types to help us provide more specific information in future equipment reviews in TENNIS magazine and on TENNIS.com.

    1. The Club Contenders

    This 3.5-4.0 doubles team is always in contention for the club championship. They play two-up at net and cut off most passing shots and can retrieve lobs, but they never get past the semis, mainly because they sky or mishit their volleys instead of angling winners at net.

    Ferguson: “I recommend they use mid-size standard-length (27-inch) and narrow-beam racquets which will make it easiest to control the angles on volleys. They could also beef up the frames with lead tape at the 3 and 9 o’clock positions on the sides of the hoop and on top of the handle for extra stability to help them on those off-center hits at net. Larger grip sizes will give them a better feel of where the face of the racquet is on contact. To maximize that feel, they should string with gut—the big three brands are Babolat, Wilson and Prince—strung in the middle of the recommended range for an even balance of power and control.”
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    2. The Rookie

    Biggest challenge right now is just to keep the ball in play in order to discover the joy of rallying. Hasn’t decided yet on whether to focus on singles or doubles, but aspires to play competitively at the public park or club level. Figures the racquet to buy is the one they saw their favorite pro use on TV.
    Ferguson: “Trying to use a tour player’s racquet for a rookie is like getting behind the wheel of a Formula 1 Ferrari the day after you get your learner’s permit. A game-improvement racquet is the right call for most rookies, characterized by a big sweet spot (which means at least a 100-square inch head), an open string pattern that will help get the ball deep into the court, and a light weight for easy handling. String can be a good soft synthetic multifilament like Prince Premier Softflex or Technifibre NRG2 in the mid-tension range, then eventually adjusted it up for control or down for power depending on how the Rookie’s game develops.”

    3. The Wild Thang
    This aggressive 3.5 all-court singles player hits like Godzilla with out-of-control boomers that hit the back fence on the fly. The Thang has no arm or elbow issues. The goal is to play with the 4.0s, who right now aren’t returning calls.
    Ferguson: “The Thang needs an even-balanced mid-plus standard-length stick with some significant weight and a dense string pattern (18 mainstrings) that will help curb those chronic out-ball problems. Since the Thang has a healthy hitting arm, he or she might also try a polyester string to deaden the stringbed. Luxilon Big Banger Original and Babolat Hurricane are the toughest and most durable.”
    4. The Run ‘n’ Gunner
    This 4.5 veteran has lived to rush and crush, but his serve-and-volley style is going the way of wood racquets, so he needs to raise his or her level from the baseline to keep up with the baseline boomers. The Gunner has heard that most of the top pros play with polyester strings for better control and to generate more spin, but is wary that using them could lead to arm and elbow problems which he or she has so far avoided.

    Ferguson: “The Gunner doesn’t have to go all the way with polyester. He or she should consider a hybrid mix of the newer softer versions of polyester like Luxilon M2 Pro and Prince Poly EXP in the mainstrings for control and bite, and gut in the crosses to cushion the blow. Both should be strung at low tension for comfort. A lot of tour players, including my top three clients—Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic—use this hybrid combination because it gives them the best of both worlds.”
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    5. The Agassi Idolizer A 5.0-5.5. player, he shaped his game and gear after his childhood idol, Andre Agassi, right down to the oversized Head Radical racquet strung with Kevlar mainstrings. He’s looking to win the state title this year.
    Ferguson: “Oversized racquets are great for beginners and some mid-level players, but they went out with Andre and Michael Chang for tournament level players. Smaller-faced racquets like the mid-plus version of the Radical Andy Murray uses are better for control and they’re more maneuverable and faster through the air on serves. Andre used Kevlar mainstrings to tone down the power of his oversized frame (with gut or nylon in the crosses), but it’s as dead as steel wire and he eventually went to polyester that was almost as durable and a lot more playable. The Idolizer should follow suit.”
    6. The Wounded Warrior
    First, it was a rotator cuff. Then tennis elbow. Now the Warrior also feels soreness in the wrist. Not looking to improve, just wants to keep from being sidelined. Needs the most comfortable string and tension combination available. Doesn’t care how much it costs, how often it breaks.
    Ferguson: “When arm concerns are all-encompassing, you’ve got to think gut at a loose tension for ultimate arm protection or at least a comfort synthetic like a Tecnifibre NRG2 or Technifibre X-1 Biphase. The Warrior should also think about a larger handle to prevent the racquet from twisting which adds stress to the arm. He or she should also consider a soft cushioned replacement grip—Gamma Hi Tech, Prince Duratac, Babolat Syntec, Wilson Cushion Aire Perforated are three—combined with a tacky overgrip to keep from squeezing the racquet tightly at contact. An oversized head is going to reduce shock. Also look at racquets that have an open string pattern (16 mainstrings) that will soften up the stringbed.”


    [​IMG] 7. The Pro Tour Wannabe Aspiration: To get to “The Show,” and she’s willing to practice until she drops. Plays in the zone from the backcourt with bullet passing shots off either side, and is working on rushing to net. Her idols are the Williams sisters and she uses the same Wilson K Factor KBlade Team racquet and strings at their 66-pound tension with gut. But mom and dad are already spending their fortune on lessons and have told her the expensive and highly breakable gut has to go. So she’s looking for a more cost-effective string that will blend durability while maintaining some playability.
    Ferguson: “A good synthetic multifilament string with good feel is the best way to go. She should try Prince Lightning or Technifibre X-1 Biphase. If she’s a hard hitter like Venus and Serena, she should string tight at the top of the range for control; if not, in the middle of the range for a blend of control and power.”
     
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    8. The Baseline Retriever
    A classically trained and grooved 4.0-4.5 player with all the right moves who can trade ground strokes all day and counts unforced errors on one hand. But the Retriever has trouble ending the point with an outright winner and needs strings to supply some added power to defend the club title. Also plans on playing more doubles for social reasons, but that means going to net, which to this baseliner is the twilight zone.
    Ferguson: “Gut strung at a lower tension will give the Retriever a cupping feel at net and more power from the baseline. Some lead tape—about three grams placed at the top of the grip and three more grams at the 3 and 9 o’clock positions on the hoop—will provide more authority on ground strokes and give the Retriever more confidence that the racquet face will stay still when he or she ventures to net.”
    9. The Fun & Fitness Combo
    This 3.0 doubles team will tell you tennis is mostly a great way to stay in shape, and a lot more fun than “Sweatin’ to the Oldies” with Richard Simmons. They enter the club tournament every year just to support the program, but don’t go home and kick the dog when they lose in the first round. Their racquets are pre-strung Wal-Mart specials.
    Ferguson: “They may not care about winning, but they’ll get a lot more fun and exercise out of tennis if they can prolong their rallies. They should start by looking at premium game-improvement high-tech racquets with light weights, head-heavy balances, thick beams and oversized heads that will provide more depth and help keep them in the point longer. They don’t need to use expensive gut, but a good playable synthetic string like Babolat Excell or Prince Synthetic Gut should do nicely, strung in the middle of the tension range for a blend of power and control.”
    10. The Spin Doctor
    This 3.5-4.0 gives “junk” a good name. In singles, the Doc slices and dices the ball from the baseline to draw opponents to the net and then floats lobs over their heads. The Doc just turned 60 and doesn’t get around quite like before, but wants to maintain the reputation of being the Saturday morning group’s biggest nightmare with topspins, backspins and even sidespins.
    Ferguson: “The Doc can accentuate spins with a thin-gauge multifilament like Gamma Pro 18 gauge at low tension. An oversized racquet with a little extra-length is also going to put more slice on the ball for this style player and minimize mishits. The Doc might also downsize the grip to get more wrist into the shots and create even more spin.”
    Bill Gray is a senior editor and gear guru at TENNIS magazine. Read his blog, The Pro Shop.
     
  42. Topaz

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    Alright boys...what kind of 'common player' do you think you and/or others are?
     
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    no brainer for me. was so happy that the rain let up and so i was able to play with my mixed doubles team (my neighbors probably won't even miss their cat i had to sacrifice to the rain god). retrieved tons of balls at the baseline in the wind, and then realized after the fact (like now), that had i followed my partner to the net, i would have saved myself a lot of effort. maybe, just maybe, with enough practice--and a racquet which weighs as much as ppl--i'll venture to the net with confidence....
     
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    No 3. The Wild Thang...
     
  45. ZhengJieisagoddess

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    Total rookie here...except my favorite player's racquet also happens to have a 100" head and an open string pattern, is easy on the arm and not terribly heavy.
     
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    BTW, if anyone is up for hitting on Sunday in Virginia, drop me a line.
    Skill-wise, the longest rally I've sustained is 34 hits at a slow to medium pace. Never been rated. Still working on my basic groundstrokes and serve. (My tennis teacher at the Y uses the Wegner Method.)
     
  47. Xisbum

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    Wherever Jolly fits in that long, long list, put me there, too. I think we're probably about the same ability wise, so I'll just let him speak for both of us. :razz:

    Meanwhile, filling in the blanks:

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    Zheng, JRS and I are hitting tomorrow (Sunday) at Shadowood in Reston:
    2201 Springwood Drive, right off S Lake Drive. You are welcome to join us.

    http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q...wood+Dr,+Reston,+Fairfax,+Virginia+20191&z=16
     
  48. jjjosh

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    Little too far for me on a sunday, gotta get home to watch football. Have fun guys
     
  49. ZhengJieisagoddess

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    About what time, fellas?
     
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    You mean some team besides the Redskins is playing? :)

    We'll be there around 10 a.m., weather permitting. Word to the wise: wear shades, cuz my clothing tends to the bright side. :)
     

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