2012 USTA Fall League VI

Hey Tennis Friends!

It’s Spring Cleaning time here at GroundsPass.net. My USTA League reports are time delayed in favor of the daily and/or more timely reports promoting other events, so, from last November, here is my report from the final match of my 2012 USTA Fall League season.

One of the positive things I was able to take away from this match, is that toward the end of the match I was able to save, at least, one match point against us!

Our first set lasted 27 minutes.
Our second set lasted 30 minutes.

My final results for this season are:

Local District/Area 4.0 Doubles
0-wins, 6-losses

A losing season may not be something to brag about, but, we had some very competitive sets, including one three set match. I sure had fun playing and practicing with Javier, and introducing him to USTA League tennis.

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I’ll see you next time, with more tennis, . . . outside the lines!

– Marcus Tennis

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7 Responses to “2012 USTA Fall League VI”

  1. John says:

    Hi Marcus,

    I always enjoy watching your usta doubles matches with Javier.
    Your enthusiatic attitude is great.

    Keep plugging away (outside the lines).


  2. joe b says:

    Way to maintain a positive outlook. Hope Javier comes back for a second season. He seems like a good dude and a solid player.

  3. Kelvin says:

    Keep plugging away Mark! BTW…about time you featured our team!! Thanks!

  4. We certainly had fun! As he alluded to in this video, he prefers to play singles, so, now that he’s been introduced to USTA League, it’s all up to him 🙂
    You can check out his blog at: TennisThis.com

  5. John Raattama says:

    I never get interviewed… 🙁

  6. Well, John, . . . you need to either partner up with me, or, get a win on the pro circuit 🙂

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