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Old 02-17-2013, 08:40 AM   #8
North
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I think you should have gotten his info (name, if he is teaching for the town or county) or a description if he wouldn't tell you his name, and found out if he genuinely had the courts reserved because some municipalities let tennis programs reserve courts.

You might have had to give up playing there that day if you could not find out right away. But if he really had the courts reserved, you at least have behaved decently. If he did not, you would prevent his ongoing abuse of the public courts & whoever owns the courts would back you up - or at least confirm your telling him he cannot monopolize all the courts the way he did.
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