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Old 02-12-2013, 12:48 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by tennis5 View Post
There is a sense of excitement at a big tournament versus a 32.

Usually the location is better, stringing, concession, goodies, lots of kids,
different friends to hang out with, lots of tennis to watch and usually better viewing.

Those are the factors that seem to make it more fun instead of showing up at a small location
to pretty much play the same kids you just saw at the last regional who you also happen to see at your sectional.
For those whose goal is college, playing supers is the equivalent of playing in a Grand Slam.

For those who haven't played a super, it's what is stated above, total excitement for both player and family.

Starting with check in, meeting up with other players/families, getting that T shirt, yes that T shirt are life time memories.

Just image how many spectators at the finals of a 32 draw.
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