Why NO Player's

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by cbj, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. cbj

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    Looking for player's to train on our private Property for about 5 months. NO player's yet, great location, guestroom and great coaching for a fair price. I know it is not in the USA but take time to think about seeing a different country, plus get better in tennis. Look at our links below:

    We can help in all areas of your game!!

    http://www.fewo-live.de/turm/chris/index.html

    I'm selling a Tennis Property in South America www.usa-tennis.de click on the blue link for information. The new owner has everything fully furnished house, two guest apartments, tennis courts supplies and clay for the court.

    Great weather all year around, great price for a 1.3 acre property!!

    I don't understand why no one in this forum would not be interested, I know it is not in the USA. Speaking Spanish a big plus but not needed. Email us with serious questions about the property tennisreisen@gmail.com
     
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  2. arky-tennis

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    It may be the expense of getting there and the sterotype of weak, corrupt governments there. Sorry, I'm a minor. Good look though.
     
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  3. Geezer Guy

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    What are your qualifications as an instructor?
     
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  4. cbj

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    No problems in Paraguay

    Trust me people there is no trouble here. We are in a great area gated private property with neighbors next to us that have been here over 20 years!!

    My bio is here http://www.fewo-live.de/turm/chris/chrisstartbio.htm

    also my wife is a former WTA player we know tennis.
     
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  5. simi

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    It's a fair deal, Chris. If it were only in Uruguay instead of Paraguay . . . and, if I was just a little closer to retirement age.
     
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  6. goober

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    The #1 reason is that you are located in Paraguay. Who in the USA is going to spend all that time training in Paraguay? It is very far away so travel expenses will be high. What is the level of competition in paraguay? I don't know much about the country but do they have any top flight juniors? I never heard of any. Are their regular tournaments to play in? You can get all the training you want right here in the US with tournaments every weekend depending where you live.

    If you are looking for adults that want a tennis vacation, there are many places in the USA and Europe I would go to before I would consider going to Paraguay.

    It seems like your best bet would be trying to get local players to train there.
     
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  7. MTXR

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    wow, you went from the frigid cold to the tropical rainforest.
     
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