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  1. #676
    newbie here.
    NTRP 3.5 doubles player from the Philippines
    Want to learn from other tennis players

  2. #677

    New Member Here

    Hello, my name is Mark. From the Philippines but regularly roving in the Asia region on work assignments. Tennis nut guaranteed. Plays with both nCode 2 Tour and KFactor Tour, poly strings, 63-65 tension. Right-hander with two-handed backhand.

    No idea what my level is as I've not had myself rated nor joined any club. Still playing only with hitting partners and trainors due to work schedule, but can say I can rally consistently at a minimum.

    I will be temporarily relocating to Bangkok, Thailand for about a month - 19 October to 19 November. Trying to find tennis courts and hitting partners in in Sukhumvit area (staying near Soi 4) for regular sessions (probably after work hours during weekdays, and preferably mornings or late afternoons on weekends).

    Anyone interested is welcome. My email is

  3. #678
    Hi! I'm here to introduce myself.

  4. #679
    Hi! i just bought a new wilson ball machine with 2 line feature. Because of my excitement, as I wanted it to be charged immediately, I plugged it directly to a 220 Volt wall outlet. Well, you knew what happened next, I heard a small sound "blast" and burning smell came after. Realizing my mistake, I then removed from the socket right away.

    As of now, I'm afraid what to do next? My ignorance just caused my wall outlet to short circuit.

    I'm not really sure with the effect on the tennis ball machine. I'm afraid to try now. As I'm staying in Middle East, it would be inconvenient from my end to transport back to USA for repair.

    Maybe I can still work it out from here. Can somebody advise me what steps to take after this? Do you think my machine is damaged one already? Please help me. Thanks in advance.

  5. #680
    Hello, how are you. My name is MkundeAmina from Tanzania, i'm a good tennis player in my coutry.. It's my pleasure that now i'm a member of Hope to know more from you guys

  6. #681
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    Howdy from Texas

    New here
    Trying to teach my kids how to play this wondeful game. That's why I'm here.


  7. #682

    I'm into Kneissl 80's sticks and current Volkls.

  8. #683
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    San Antonio, TX
    Quote Originally Posted by RUSH-N-CRUSH View Post

    I'm into Kneissl 80's sticks and current Volkls.
    Rush-n-Crush.. hmm, i'm going to guess you're a serve and volleyer. welcome to the forum.

  9. #684
    interesting site for outdoor activity

  10. #685
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Upstate NY

  11. #686
    Just posting so i can use the site.


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  13. #688


    Bumpity bump bump.

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  15. #690
    hi. im new here.just want to be a part of the group

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