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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Near Paris France (20 km)

    first post

    Hello everybody !
    Posting from france, where it's 10.50 AM !

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Hey kef, welcome to! If you would like, you can change your time zone settings within your account control panel. You can access your user cp at any time via the "User CP" link which is near the top left of all pages. From the user cp, go to the Edit Options section. On that page scroll down to near the bottom and you'll see a section labeled "Date & Time Options." Here's a direct link to the edit options page of the user cp:

    After you update your account time zone setting all times on the site will appear in your local time zone as long as you are logged in. Network Administrator

  3. #3
    I preffer playing to watching -

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Hey alex, I tend to feel the same way. Tennis is lots of fun and great exercise. By the way, welcome to TW! Network Administrator

  5. #5

    Smile Reference or Maidstone?

    Hi Kef,

    Tennis is my sport and hi-fi my hobby.
    Some of the best speakers in the world have been produced by KEF in the UK up to the nineties.

    KEF's land mark is the Maidstone pair of loudspeakers. They are impressive beasts, capable of delievering the orchestra right to your listening room.

    Like in the Hi-Fi world I can spot some "maidstones" in tennis, most of them forgotten by the public in general.

    That brings me to a question I would like to launch:

    Is it possible to effectively compare actual players with players from the past?

  6. #6


    Hi everyone! and thanks John, for having such a nice tennis forum for us all ,)
    I have been playing tennis since I was about 4 yrs old and I just love the sport and I find that forums are a great way to keep up with all things tennis ,)

  7. #7
    Wow, you have played since you were very young. You must be really good at tennis

  8. #8
    congrats Kef I newer than u but maybe I'm older:P
    Dedicated .NET Developers

  9. #9
    Need to access info about academies in Europe. Thanks

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