partenaire tennis/hitting partner

anthony06

New User
Salut,

je recherche des partenaires pour jouer régulièrement sur Nice, niveau entre 15/4 et 15/1. Je suis un homme de 32 ans niveau 15/3.

A bientôt

Hello,

I'm looking for a hitting partner in Nice (France) with level around 3.5/4.0 US or 6.1-5.1 GBR. I'm a male, 32 years old.

Looking forward to seeing you.
 

anthony06

New User
J'ajoute que j'ai une très bonne camera pour enregistrer les sessions si besoin.

I add that I have a very good sport cam in case you want to tape the hitting sessions.
 

gegepilot

New User
salut...je suis français qui a vécu 15 ans aux usa...15/4-15/1 c'est plutôt 4.5-5.0....5.5 environ 0 et 6.0 -15 ou -30....
 

Enceladus

Legend
Backed up message # 1 from thread, which was deleted: Is Serena Williams the most undervalued player of the open era?
It's not about who can beat who, it's about the amount of success they had in their given fields. She was more successful in her sport than any male tennis player was in their sport. There's no reason why man being successful over other men should be valued more than women being successful other women, unless you can prove women don't train as hard?
Esther Vergeer is more successful than Serena. So you agree that Vergeer is a GOAT for all tennis.
 

Enceladus

Legend
Backed up message # 2 from thread, which was deleted: Is Serena Williams the most undervalued player of the open era?

But wheelchair tennis doesn't have as many competitors, so I do agree wheelchair tennis slams are not as valued as able-bodied slams. Womens and mens tennis have a similar amount of people playing both, so both are equally competitive more or less.
Contradictory here, in post # 14 you claim that success matters regardless of discipline, but here you reject wheelchair tennis due to the level of competition. :rolleyes:
There is no point in comparing disciplines and saying that Serena is greater than Big 3. They play a different competition.
 

Enceladus

Legend
Backed up message # 3 from thread, which was deleted: Is Serena Williams the most undervalued player of the open era?
Esther won slams playing 1, 2 or 3 opponents all tournament. Surely you aren't going to say 1 opponent is better than 7 like Serena faces? It's like when people reference Court and her slams where she played just 4 matches while Serena played 7. I mean you have to at least look at match play right? There's more than numbers, it's matches played too.
In my contribution, I wanted to point out that comparing the success of tennis players from different disciplines doesn't make sense. They play a different competition.
 

Enceladus

Legend
Backed up message # 4 from thread, which was deleted: 8 AO vs 8 Wimbledon

So winning 1/1 is better than 8/12?

This is where stats fail us ...
Here you take things out of context. 1/1 is not in the same sphere as Djoker's 8/8 at AO or Sampras's 7/7 at Wimbledon. Both two and Borg and Nadal at RG repeatedly defended their invincibility in the finals, neither of whom was "dethroned" by Fed-style at Wimbledon 2008.
On the debate over whether it is better to have 8/8 at AO or 8/12 at Wimbledon we can also look at it this way that Fed needed 11 finals at Wimbledon to reach the 8th title, while Djoker only needed 8 finals at AO to win 8 titles. Furthermore, Fed needed 14 years to achieve the 8th title from the moment it won the 1st title, while Djoker managed the same for it about 2 years shorter time.
 

Enceladus

Legend
Backed up message # 4 from thread, which was deleted: 8 AO vs 8 Wimbledon

Correction: I responded to mr tonyz, not jackdaw.

So winning 1/1 is better than 8/12?

This is where stats fail us ...
Here you take things out of context. 1/1 is not in the same sphere as Djoker's 8/8 at AO or Sampras's 7/7 at Wimbledon. The two and Borg and Nadal at RG repeatedly defended their invincibility in the finals, neither of whom was "dethroned" by Fed-style at Wimbledon 2008.
On the debate over whether it is better to have 8/8 at AO or 8/12 at Wimbledon we can also look at it this way that Fed needed 11 finals at Wimbledon to reach the 8th title, while Djoker only needed 8 finals at AO to win 8 titles. Furthermore, Fed needed 14 years to achieve the 8th title from the moment it won the 1st title, while Djoker managed the same for it about 2 years shorter time.
 

ADuck

Hall of Fame
Backed up message # 2 from thread, which was deleted: Is Serena Williams the most undervalued player of the open era?
No, I said success matters regardless of the tour (referring to ATP and WTA). Wheelchair tennis is not played with the same rules nor the same level of competition.
 

Enceladus

Legend
No, I said success matters regardless of the tour (referring to ATP and WTA). Wheelchair tennis is not played with the same rules nor the same level of competition.
You adjust your criteria to suit your agenda. You are not the first or last TTW member to do so, but it is not right. (n)
 

ADuck

Hall of Fame
You adjust your criteria to suit your agenda. You are not the first or last TTW member to do so, but it is not right. (n)
Lol. My criteria never changed, you just made me describe it more precisely. But either way, my argument is logical and makes sense, agenda or not (and I have no agenda in this case). If you can't form a counter-argument then perhaps I am correct.
 
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