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spanieltaniel 02-01-2013 09:15 AM

Tennis in Washington DC
 
So I am going to be near DC (actually Silver Springs, MD) for a month (all Feb) and am looking for a people/place to play since I know noone. Have you guys heard about Georgetown Prep Tennis club? Is this a good place to play?

Any suggestions?

I'm a 5.0 player played a little college tennis.

Also if you want to play hit me up

mikeler 02-01-2013 10:27 AM

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Clintspin 02-01-2013 02:25 PM

I think the College Park Tennis Center should be a little closer. You should call to find out if any juniors players are looking for a hitting partner. They are a USTA training center. There are too many clubs to name in the DC, MD and VA area.

Cindysphinx 02-01-2013 03:11 PM

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Originally Posted by spanieltaniel (Post 7184418)
So I am going to be near DC (actually Silver Springs, MD) for a month (all Feb) and am looking for a people/place to play since I know noone. Have you guys heard about Georgetown Prep Tennis club? Is this a good place to play?

Any suggestions?

I'm a 5.0 player played a little college tennis.

Also if you want to play hit me up

I haven't seen many 5.0s at Prep.

Just sayin' . . . .

PhotoBlue 02-07-2013 03:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Clintspin (Post 7185099)
I think the College Park Tennis Center should be a little closer. You should call to find out if any juniors players are looking for a hitting partner. They are a USTA training center. There are too many clubs to name in the DC, MD and VA area.

I know nearly all the kids that train there, don't ask to play with them.

atatu 02-08-2013 07:46 AM

I visit DC a couple of times a year and I have found one really good place to go pick up a match, Rose Park in Georgetown at 26th and P streets. You gotta go hit on the backboard a little and if you're any good the regulars will take notice. This is true "urban tennis" lots of characters and diversity there, but if you're at least a 4.5, you shouldn't have any problems getting a hit in.

comeback 03-15-2013 04:41 PM

is anyone from DC still looking to play at Rose Pk or anywhere else?..My son 27 years old played in college..a good 4.5 player lives in Capitol Hill area


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