Battle by the Border: Matt Lin vs. San Diego

Cheetah

Hall of Fame
Is it qualifiers now? Or main draw?

When does the tournament end? .

Can I just show up and get admissions or is it sold out?
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Is it qualifiers now? Or main draw?

When does the tournament end? .

Can I just show up and get admissions or is it sold out?
See my email. Just show up at 8:30 am tomorrow and take my guest pass. You can roam the grounds and watch all matches for the entire week for free till next Sunday, just $10 a day for parking. Reply to my email because we have to coordinate as I will park in the volunteer parking and we have to meet at a common place. Or come over now to my place and take it right away.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Each golf cart is different. Some are electric, some are gas. It is not easy to tell them apart - you have look for a charging inlet or exhaust pipe. Some have a horn, some don't. Some have Forward/Reverse controls on the dash, some below the front seat. Some have a Forward/Reverse lever under the front seat that you turn. There is no separate parking brake but the left side of the brake pedal activates it with a clicking sound. You must always activate it when parked or it will roll down a slope. However, starting does not require manual release of parking brake, pressing the gas pedal does it. The brake and gas pedals both require much more pressing (i.e. they are much more stiff) compared to cars.

Today someone parked a cart and left it in reverse gear. The next driver pressed the gas pedal and almost hit me from the front. Luckily, she pressed the brake in time.

Always leave the cart in forward gear even if backing up was the last step you did. And remember to press the left side of the brake hard to activate the parking brake till you hear a clicking sound.
 
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JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
Each golf cart is different.
The uniqueness of each cart is what makes our word a great place as the diversity adds to the overall beauty of life. The same can be said about a lady's private parts. No two look alike or feel the same. Like a random poop you stumble upon in the toilet - it should be viewed as a unique creation. No two will ever be the same. Each one is so different. Just like the golf carts at the women's 4.5 challenger tourney.
 

JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
Just imagine if Rafa made a necklace of Sureshian fingernails for good luck and wins Indian Wells but nothing else for the rest of his career.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Each golf cart is different. Some are electric, some are gas. It is not easy to tell them apart - you have look for a charging inlet or exhaust pipe. Some have a horn, some don't. Some have Forward/Reverse controls on the dash, some below the front seat. Some have a Forward/Reverse lever under the front seat that you turn. There is no separate parking brake but the left side of the brake pedal activates it with a clicking sound. You must always activate it when parked or it will roll down a slope. However, starting does not require manual release of parking brake, pressing the gas pedal does it. The brake and gas pedals both require much more pressing (i.e. they are much more stiff) compared to cars.

Today someone parked a cart and left it in reverse gear. The next driver pressed the gas pedal and almost hit me from the front. Luckily, she pressed the brake in time.

Always leave the cart in forward gear even if backing up was the last step you did. And remember to press the left side of the brake hard to activate the parking brake till you hear a clicking sound.
Remember to plug in the electric carts overnight so that they are ready the next day.
 

JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
I will break in tonight and unplug all of them so the spoiled tennis brats will have to walk and have that spooky horndog Indian man carry their GOAT bags and flex his spray package.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Ran into Coach Alex now (Maxi's fridnd). He is stringing and minding the Lotto/Volkl tent.
Diadem rep gave me a packet of string for free.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
I somehow knew joeldali would post. No, all the volunteers in charge of laundry are women to keep out guys like you
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Lotsa driving today, including driving Cici Bellis back after her loss to Janina.

WTA players are very nice to me. One even asked why I was driving a different cart.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Ran into Coach Alex now (Maxi's fridnd). He is stringing and minding the Lotto/Volkl tent.
Diadem rep gave me a packet of string for free.
Alex got offers to hit with players as practice partner (but no money). But he opted for this paid gig and another coach there is hitting with them. Interesting how when one has been a high level junior, they don't want to particularly hit with the women but prefer any paid position over it. If I had been invited to be a hitting partner, I would have grabbed the opportunity. But my talent went unrecognized.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Watched an awesome doubles final. Some fantastic CC diagonal forehands, some great poaching, some great volleys, slices, fine touch. It is just wrong to say that they are all just ball bashers.
 

JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
Oh can't you take a joke.

So......Did you volunteer? Do you take the clothes home? Do they tip?

I'm curious how WTA pros just hand their clothes and sporty sports bras over to suresh without a ticket or receipt?

This sounds like a great side story. You must share more of this development.

Does Mrs. suresh use Tide or Gain?
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Also, discovered the secret to the serve by observing the players closely. Will reveal if there is demand but am afraid of the usual suspects.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Let me think about it. The atmosphere here can be very hostile due to certain posters who have not been able to play professionally but who can't think outside the box. I may also open up my own tennis instruction site and charge for my secrets.

But I would also like to grow the sport of tennis as I am always doing. So let me sleep over it.
 
Let me think about it. The atmosphere here can be very hostile due to certain posters who have not been able to play professionally but who can't think outside the box. I may also open up my own tennis instruction site and charge for my secrets.

But I would also like to grow the sport of tennis as I am always doing. So let me sleep over it.
Absolutely
 
Let me think about it. The atmosphere here can be very hostile due to certain posters who have not been able to play professionally but who can't think outside the box. I may also open up my own tennis instruction site and charge for my secrets.

But I would also like to grow the sport of tennis as I am always doing. So let me sleep over it.
And after a good sleep?
 

Pickle9

Professional
Let me think about it. The atmosphere here can be very hostile due to certain posters who have not been able to play professionally but who can't think outside the box. I may also open up my own tennis instruction site and charge for my secrets.

But I would also like to grow the sport of tennis as I am always doing. So let me sleep over it.
I'm intrigued by this as well and would be extremely interested in making a startup investment...pm me with the details.
 

JoelDali

G.O.A.T.
It amazes me that the USTA says their goal is to "grow the game". But they have done the opposite causing injuries to thousands of players with foreign cleaning agents.

But here we have a California Chumash Indian guy without the vast resources of the USTA opening his own tennis center to actually grow the game.

This is what makes America great again. Thank you suresh. I shall sing a Hebrew blessing for you at sundown.
 
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