Draw is out.
I have a bye in the opening round and will be playing Marc Bell at 1 PM tomorrow. Lucky for me, that bye. Light practice today, work from 530-930 tonight, light shift, get in bed relatively early, prepare to peak for tomorrow at 1. Gonna be a tough match, Bell is a very good player, ever though I've never seen him play and he has no results, but still gonna be a tough match, I gotta play my best to have chances, no?
Originally Posted by Mountaindewslave
no, no one can start or dream of a tennis career when they begin playing at like 15 like Groove did
it is literally impossible. 101%
maybe if you were extremely rich and could hire a team of experienced tennis professionals, coaches, hitting partners, etc., then it might be like only 99.9% impossible
maybe Dominoes managers get paid OK? are people buying a lot of pizzas in florida? might want to stick that out
I fucking love pizza
Impossible, eh? Well, we gonna see. Dominos GM's get paid 50-60K per year, but I have ZERO desire to do that shit. I'd rather work in an academy, making half of that to start and be much happier.
Thats Right.. For "Fuck" Sake you need to get married..
. .. But if you are getting that then whats the need,
I wouldn't say impossible, but it will all depend on the progress you make in the first 1-2 years. 23 is definitely way too late. You should be knocking on the door of the top 200 at that point at the very least.
I still think it will happen.
i do believe it is actually impossible, literally.
The records in that regard are held by players from the 70s and 80s, nowadays i believe Raonic is among the late starters, smth like 9yo.
You can't succeed starting after 10, max 11yo.
Well we gonna see. Tilden didn't do shit in tennis until 26-27, got beaten in his college days, but then again that was in the 20's.
Originally Posted by Hewitt =Legend
JG can you pretty please travel down to Melbourne in January so you can partner Xristos in a doubles match against leng jai and myself?
There will be a day where I will be in Australia, and if we are all there, I'd love to play in such an exhibition, assuming the proceeds go to a worthy cause.
so it turns out JG is probably one of the best guys in here while he was bashed just a few hours ago
Things change quickly in tennis.