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Old 11-18-2012, 11:36 PM   #872
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Default Re: Gimpy vLove Shack vol. 3: Cool young Brits hub + their bros.

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
Trips, you know me, most of the players I support have three digit rankings, so I'm always happy with a ground pass to the slams, or even to go to qualies, absolutely free.
Yes I know. WTF isn't your cup of tea then.

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Glad you enjoyed the tennis, I sympathise with the men, though. It's always difficult playing with a lady.
Really? I felt a bit like a burden. They didn't really serve significantly less hard to me or anything though. Thankfully their first serves were out half the time.

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I've finished up tennis for the season, more-or-less (might play a couple more times just sicially), and I'm pretty pleased with how much I've improved in the last year. Definitely the most noticeable yearly change I've ever made. Funny you should say your serve really sucks, because I've finally cracked mine. Just practice, practice and practice more.
I've kinda given up on getting the serve right and when I'm forced to serve, I focus only on getting it in. I'm glad you've improved. Why do you have an end of season though? Don't you train regularly?

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You should come to Kew Gardens with me!
Did you really just say that?
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