Looking for a tennis wall to practice and volley on by myself. Would need access in the evenings after work. Live in mid city but work in Burbank so anywhere there or in between.
Does anyone know where there is a tennis court with a wall for solo play? In or near NoPo, ideally. Or failing that, anyone down to play some tennis? I'm not very good, and not at all competitive about it. I work evenings so I'm free all day every day.
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I've been into tennis lately (at least the idea of it), but haven't yet convinced my partner its the activity we should spend all of our spare time doing. Does anyone know courts around town with a tennis wall? I'm in SE near Kenilworth park which has a wall, but I'm tired of my balls going through the holes in the wood.
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The Portland Maine Tennis Network is an official network of GTN. This network is open to all players in the area who are looking to play some tennis. As a network member, you can join our official events, or even create and run your own tennis leagues or tournaments.
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