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Starting off with a good impression never hurts. You will be amazed how many people will want to play with you when you crack open a new can of tennis balls with a whiff of that new ball smell. From here I’ll give you some practical, technical and punctual tips on how to be a good tennis partner that will attract players to you.
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Bonus! Looking for tennis partners. There are a number of websites and apps that have a marketplace of tennis players who are looking for a game. Some are free and others have premium models where you pay a monthly fee. Here are some of the options below in the market place.
Let’s play tennis is a free service that require a traditional email /password mechanism to join. Here in Miami for instance they have approximately 370 players listed in their marketplace. Players can include a photo of themselves a brief description of what they are looking for and a self rating.
One thing to note with these sites most players over rate themselves. For example if you are a 4.0 USTA player and someone claims to be of similar level there is a good chance they are not so try to vet them out our filter your search accordingly.
Is now offering a very affordable partner service for under $10 a month with similar features to Let’s Play Tennis. They also include free tennis tips for players as well on their blog.
Tennis Bros is a relatively new player in the marketplace and offers a very nice web design and interface. It’s key features are a match scheduler and the ability to record your scores with your opponents.
The Tennis League Network has been around for almost 20 years now and has a nationwide service for premium leagues for competitive tennis players and a free find a partner service. I’ve included the home page for the Miami League here but if you scroll down to the footer you will see the nationwide list of participating cities.