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Old 11-18-2012, 11:49 PM   #874
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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
It would be foolish not to go even once while it's in London, though.
We can go together. Already planning to get first row seats for next year.

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Too many social players just whack their first serves and it seldom goes in. I rarely hit it as hard as I can, because I know my percentage would just drop too low.
Yeah, that's true. It either goes out or goes into the net. Good for me though - a guy's first serve is really scary to return.

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I wouldn't give up on the serve. There isn't a more crucial shot in the whole sport, so it's not ideal that you choose to give up on it.
It's just too hard. My problem is still the ball toss. I can't toss it consistently in the correct position. And I'm too lazy to practise haha. Not to mention it's so hard to play tennis here - cold, no access to courts, etc. I'm gonna play SO much tennis when I go back to Singapore. I have missed perspiring like crazy under the sun and in the humidity.

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I will still play through the winter, just nowhere near as much. When I say I have stopped, I have stopped competing.
Do you play for your school or something?

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Yes.
When is the best time to go?
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