Tuesday, 6:00 pm, Sellwood Park

Want to play? RSVP (answer "Yes" to question "Are you going?") If you come without signing up - you may not get a chance to play.

If odd or even number of people is signed up (two or more people), disregard the "oddity" or "evenness" and simply sign up: we guarantee that you will play (regardless of odd or even number of players, in cases when two or more people are signed up). 

Sellwood has FOUR courts: two lower and two upper. They are very close together: 150 yards from each other, but two courts near the "Castle" building and swimming pool are located at higher elevation and are harder to see.  Look around: we could be playing on either upper or lower courts.

This meetup is for players who want to play mixed doubles or singles. We hit around to practice our groundstrokes, then play games, switching partners to induce variety.

If there are two or more courts playing: the routine is to play 5 games, no ads, and then winners play winners on the next adjacent court. The goal is to be on Court # 1 (Champion Court) or move towards it. Number the courts consecutively (#1, #, 2, etc.). After all courts have played their 5 games...winners move towards Court # 1 and non-winners move the opposite direction towards the last court.


If you want to play singles with a particular person - just say so. In this case you do not have to participate in "Court Switching" doubles routine.

Parking is free

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  • Peter

    T'was amazing and beautiful summer tennis. Not hot anymore, perfect weather.

    September 17

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