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Old 03-24-2013, 04:13 PM   #12
gmatheis
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Originally Posted by Pbarrow View Post
Just another two cents here for the benefit of other searching this topic, sounds like you figured it out. I had similar experince coming back to playing after many years off. Basically even if its been a long time, but you really know how to play tennis because of muscle memory from your youth I think you should start at 4.0 minimum. This is because the range of abilities at that level are so varied that you can "fit in" for awhile and not be accused of sandbagging and sharpen your game. Any lower and you're not really playing tennis, going higher means a lot more physical conditioning and practiced shots. Biggest difference in my experience as you play up is the serve.
Wow think a bit much of yourself here?

Obviously you are in the level that is "real" tennis ... kudos!
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