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Sunday Tennis With Suncoast Tennis Group at McMullen Tennis Complex

Come join our friends from Suncoast Singles Tennis Group every Sunday at McMullen Tennis Complex. As some of you know, a few of their members have been joining us for our Thursday night Doubles Meetup. So they would like to return the favor and invite us to join them. They will be playing on the soft courts, so be aware that the court fees range from $5 to $9.50. Come out for a great afternoon of tennis and fun with our friends from Suncoast Singles. This is not an official TCS meetup, but it gives our members another chance to play some tennis with some good friends!

Catch you on the soft courts! Enriquecool

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  • A former member
    A former member

    From concerning No Add Scoring - the Deciding Point:

    "Prior to playing for this point and ultimately closing out the game, the receiving player or the receiving team in doubles chooses to receive serve in the right service court (deuce court) or the left service court (advantage court).

    Mixed-Doubles is the only competition that negates this rule. When competing in a mixed-doubles tennis game, the server serves to the receiver of the same gender.

    The player or team who wins this point simply wins the game period."

    1 · April 13, 2014

    • Jon S.

      TY Keith. Although I wasn't questioning the mixed doubles choice - just the same gender doubles was the odd request for today. Even so, it really didn't bother me for my male parter to request preference to receive the serve esp. being well off my game most the day. More good is that the same parter and I, plus two other guys got together again afterwards at Morningside to continue playing another hour and had a nice time. BTW, I'm proud to say that I owe you thanks Keith, for teaching me how a proper serve is done without committing a foot fault. At 1st I was agitated - but soon had to accept the fact that it's not only a rule - but helps a person to serve more consistently by using proper form & foot placement. All in a day's fun!

      April 14, 2014

  • Paul D. S.

    Hot, Hot, Hot, But great playing.

    April 13, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Super! We had 15 players.

    1 · April 13, 2014

  • Bryan

    I'll be there

    April 12, 2014

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