I Miss Tennis

Subway Tennis

Hall of Fame
Being about to hit has 3-4 times a week has helped a lot for me, although remembering to carefully apply quarantine rules affects the enjoyment. Did anyone notice a big difference in how they felt when they could play again?

The period of not being able to play tennis, and also not having tennis to watch was impossibly hard.
 

tonylg

Legend
Very fortunate to live where I do. Although there's been no competitive tennis, I've been able to hit with mates all the way through. If anything, I've played more due to work being slow.

I may watch some professional tennis when it's back, but I don't miss it at all.
 

MeatTornado

G.O.A.T.
Being about to hit has 3-4 times a week has helped a lot for me, although remembering to carefully apply quarantine rules affects the enjoyment. Did anyone notice a big difference in how they felt when they could play again?

The period of not being able to play tennis, and also not having tennis to watch was impossibly hard.
I'm jealous, I haven't played since February.

Our parks have been back open for a while now and my normal hitting partner keeps asking me to come back but I still feel kinda uncomfortable with it.
 

Subway Tennis

Hall of Fame
I'm jealous, I haven't played since February.

Our parks have been back open for a while now and my normal hitting partner keeps asking me to come back but I still feel kinda uncomfortable with it.
Fair. Makes sense to me. There are procedural things to consider, and people have a lot on their minds. Tennis for me took a backseat, and rightfully so, for a fair while before I considered going back.
 

TheGhostOfAgassi

Talk Tennis Guru
I don't see why not. Other leagues are starting, and they will have a month to figure out the kinks while tennis can observe and react appropriately.

I think they will go forward unless something dramatic happens in one of the 5 leagues that have started.
I hope tennis from now on can set a good example for how to behave and deal w the virus so it doesn’t impact the countries in any negative way.
 

Raul_SJ

G.O.A.T.
I hope tennis from now on can set a good example for how to behave and deal w the virus so it doesn’t impact the countries in any negative way.
Tennis has natural distancing and should be much safer than other sports.

It is up to the Dunderhead players like Zverev to behave themselves after the match... I do not trust them.
 

TheGhostOfAgassi

Talk Tennis Guru
Tennis has natural distancing and should be much safer than other sports.

It is up to the Dunderhead players like Zverev to behave themselves after the match... I do not trust them.
It’s also about the tournament responsibility. They have to set the rules for the players so the players know where the limits goes.
 

Raul_SJ

G.O.A.T.
It’s also about the tournament responsibility. They have to set the rules for the players so the players know where the limits goes.
US Open wants all players to stay close to the stadium. At a central hotel in Queens.

But Djoker wants access to his Manhattan luxury condo.

It seems that the upscale players really hate living in rickety rackety Queens.
:(

 
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Sudacafan

Talk Tennis Guru
US Open wants all players to stay close to the stadium. At a central hotel in Queens.

But Djoker wants access to his Manhattan luxury condo.

It seems that the upscale players really hate living in rickety rackety Queens.
:(

Is the “Corona Hotel“ actually an hospital?
 

jm1980

G.O.A.T.
ATP tennis is officially back this week with a couple of Challengers that nobody seems to be paying attention to

Wawrinka, Kohlschreiber, Klizan, Gulbis and others are playing in Prague
 
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