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    Thumbs down How to use?

    I am a new member and have never used this kind of service. Any tips on how to use it? I am looking for a tennis ball machine and for some tips on learning. I am an older female player and have tried several times to learn to play - but still play like an early beginner. i have some movement problems but am not a "disabled" player.
    All help is appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by alicelt View Post
    I am a new member and have never used this kind of service. Any tips on how to use it? I am looking for a tennis ball machine and for some tips on learning. I am an older female player and have tried several times to learn to play - but still play like an early beginner. i have some movement problems but am not a "disabled" player.
    All help is appreciated
    Greetings Alicelt ~

    Thanks for stopping by . not sure what "service" you are talking about? Couldn't you be more specific? Are you referring to the Classifieds or finding a Hitting Partner or maybe just being a part of the Board's opinions?

    In our Classified Section, I know there are or has been members attempting to sell their machines. You can use the [Search] feature at the top of the Page to seek out what you're looking for.


    I took the liberty to locate the one that was listed back in April of this year. It's probably gone now but one never knows.

    Good Luck & Welcome,

    Coach

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    The only acceptable loss is when your opponent was better than you on that given day.
    It is never acceptable to lose when your opponent was not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alicelt View Post
    I am a new member and have never used this kind of service. Any tips on how to use it? I am looking for a tennis ball machine and for some tips on learning. I am an older female player and have tried several times to learn to play - but still play like an early beginner. i have some movement problems but am not a "disabled" player.
    All help is appreciated
    Here's a little something to welcome you to the forum. Practice X 100 = perfect.

    Last edited by Lawn Tennis; 11-18-2009 at 11:45 PM.

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