Tennis In Taipei!!

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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby adaboy » 18 Jan 2012, 17:51

I usually play tennis in Tianmu (the court next to the baseball and basketball court),
25 years old,
taiwanese guy,
intermediate level(practice with a coach about one year),
I am willing to play in any court in taipei as well,
please PM me if anyone has interest!
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby ddwen » 25 Mar 2012, 23:52

Hi! I'm looking for someone to play tennis with in Taipei.
I played for 4 years in high school and a few times in college.
I would like to get back into playing again. I'm 26 and currently living
in Banqiao. Please PM me if you're interested.
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby chaosroom » 27 Apr 2012, 11:13

Hi everyone. Looking for more people to play tennis with during the weekends. We usually play at the National Taiwan Sport University (NTSU). Usually the courts are pretty wide open with only a few people playing there. Beginners and intermediate people are welcome. We are all in our mid to early 30's. Please PM me if interested.
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby Shiang » 05 Jul 2012, 14:56

Hi, any one still up for tennis? :)
I live in Neihu, 29 Taiwanese girl, an intermediate level, usually play in National Defense Medical Center..
Available on Friday & Sunday.. Please PM me if you are interested.
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby Thura » 05 Jul 2012, 22:25

Hi, I'm looking for a tennis buddy. I'm female - 31 - high level (4/3 in the Dutch system). I live in Shilin (close to the nightmarket) and work close to Guting. I can play anywhere in those neighbourhoods and in between. I'm available on evenings, and daytime on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Looking forward to hit a ball here!
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby Shearersheed » 17 Jul 2012, 00:08

Hi I am a beginner at tennis, but want to play more sports and it will be a fun way to lose some weight. I would like to play on a weekday, preferably between 12.30-2 because of the hours I work, or in the evening. I have never player tennis before, but I can hit the ball, so anyone wanting to play please bear that in mind that I am beginner level.

my email is Marky.baobei@gmail.com
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby Chang88 » 10 Aug 2012, 01:04

If anyone is still using this thread, Im an extremely rusty tennis player but Id love to find some people to hit with
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby Shearersheed » 23 Aug 2012, 12:27

Chang88 wrote:If anyone is still using this thread, Im an extremely rusty tennis player but Id love to find some people to hit with


Hey I am a beginner, where are you at? I have been looking for someone to start playing with on a weekly basis since my friend let me down big style.
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby ausbanana » 10 Oct 2012, 22:52

hallo there
im a taiwanese living in Berlin Germany.
im going to be in Taipei from 18 Oct until 18 Nov ( a month )
im looking for tennis partner to have a hit with .
im quite good ( advance level )
I have no idea where i can play in Taipei as I have been living outside Taiwan for many many years.
would be nice to hear from you ( if you are keen to play and like the hard hitting )

im living in Nangong area so would prefer to play near that area.
please email me and let me know if you are interested in having a hit or so
im very flexable with time.

aus_banana@hotmail.com
cheers
Gavin
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Re: Tennis In Taipei!!

Postby Masegino » 05 Nov 2012, 00:00

Hi guys, just reading some of the posts and thought I would share my experience.

I have been playing at a club in Sanchong for the past year. The club has two set of members, an older group that play earlier in the day and then a younger group / better players. The standard can get quite high and competitive but also has intermediate level - works on a basis of turning up and playing with whoever is there. Usually, it is best to arrange with someone so that you know you can play with someone you know. If it gets busy, then they rotate every 45 mins or so. Membership fee is done on a half yearly basis with a nominal fee each time you play for the lights (~NTD25).

It is largely a Taiwanese club (so not many foreigners) and whilst the level is competitive / high, the members are quite social if you are keep for some good tennis and having a fun / friendly time.

Ryan
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