Anyone else have any similary stories? I have been playing pretty well this season on both the singles and doubles courts but these last two weeks or so have been phenominal. I am currently a 4.0 but really feel like I am playing at a legit 4.5 level and fully expect to be bumped up at seasons end. To date, I have an 88% winning percentage for the year including leagues, tournaments, and state championships. Now, I am not saying this to brag all over myself but to set the stage. I have a friend who is probably close to 15 years older than me (I am in my late 20's) that has been inviting me to hit the last few weeks in order to get ready for WTT nationals. This guy was a very legit junior and D1 college prospect, but without going into details, he never was able to play D1 college. After just a couple of hitting sessions with this guy he was able to regain his timing from years of not playing regularly and now I am not able to take a game off of him. I have played him twice in the last week. We will hit for a while and then play some games without keeping track of how many games we actually play. I would say we probably played 10 games or so the first time and closer to 15 last night. I wasn't able to win a single game! I did push him to deuce a few times but he could either bust a huge serve in either corner of the box or blast a "James Blake" return of serve sharp cross court for an unreturnable winner. It has been a great reminder that no matter how good I think I am getting at this game, there are guys out there who have more tennis ability in their left foot than I have in my entire body. Sometimes it is necessary to be knocked down a notch or two so your head doesn't explode. Anyone else experienced this?