What do you carry in your tennis bag?

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  1. zesty-man

    zesty-man New User

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    What do you like to carry in your tennis bag???
     
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  2. This is the umpteenth time this has been asked, each time everybody says they carry dozens of the most boring things you can think of, like overgrips, string, spare shoes, rackets, rubberbands, a notebook and pen for scribbling opponents' numbers and match notes, etc. *yawn*
     
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  3. Jerry Seinfeld

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    Lens Crafters coupons to give to my opponents who make chronically horrible line calls.
     
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  4. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

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    racquets
     
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  5. @wright

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    whiskey
     
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  6. Young Pete

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  7. dantyem108

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  9. Kirko

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    I'm with young pete ; my bag ain't complete without a couple of packs of Marlboro lights.
     
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  10. RedGinseng

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    bandaids for blisters/ extra grips/ balls/ CD player/ dampeners/ cigarettes/
     
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  11. dozu

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    diapers - now that I often take my 3-year-old girl to the court.
     
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  12. dantyem108

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    diapers-for myself. Some courts don't have bathrooms..............
     
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  13. Veritas

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    A couple of Miller High Lifes
     
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  14. speedofpain88

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    5 n90 rackets
    Wilson Pro Overgrips
    Clothes & Shoes
    Hats (or visors)
    Water Bottle
    Balls
    Towel(s)
    Stencils
    Pen & Notebook
    String

    And whatever else I happen to need or just have in there.
     
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  15. nazer13

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    a body opps i mean a blow up doll
     
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  16. dantyem108

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  17. Kid A

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    A Few racquets
    Overgrips
    3 balls
    various vibe damps that I never use
    pen and paper
    earphones
    and definatly my iPod
     
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  18. sanitarium

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    5 n90s?

    All I have to say is Ouch.

    And that wasn't admiration, that was my wallet and brain..... tour 90's cheaper... better.... lol
     
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  19. gmlasam

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    4 POG Mids (strung at different tensions)
    2 extra shirts (in case I wear shirt that day, usually not wear shirt playing tennis)
    towel
    Overgrips
    iPod
    3 cans of tennis balls
    Palm Pilot
    extra thorlo socks
    underwear (in case I decide to wear one that day)
    nail clippers
    athletic tape
    sunscreen
    insect repellant
    Rayban sunglasses
    tennis magazines
    flyers from racquet doctor (best pro local tennis shop in so cal)
    bananas
    powerbars
    stringmeter
     
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  20. WYK

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    Racquets
    Balls
    Cell Phone
    Towel
    Water or gatorade

    And a GUN! (Usually a Glock 9mm model 26) if I am out late in the city. Keep that in mind when you're arguing points with me!

    http://www.pbase.com/wyk/guns

    Of course I have a concealed carry permit. That was a whole lot easier to get than the machineguns(and much cheaper).

    WYK
    Georgetown, TX
     
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