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« Reply #400 on: April 27, 2007, 04:18:51 PM »
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lol, I kinda slid to the ball.  I seem to slide on hard court well.  Funny thing is, I slide too far on clay and it kills me because I am still sliding when I need to start moving the other way.


Can't you pop up out of the slide on clay when you need to go the other way?  Guess it depends on how fast you are still sliding!   ||-|


It's really the timing at the start of the slide that's key here, because you want to time your slide so that you stop as you're stroking the ball.
Good luck on the court is nice to have, but it's usually extraneous when playing against Baker.

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« Reply #401 on: April 27, 2007, 04:26:42 PM »
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lol, I kinda slid to the ball.  I seem to slide on hard court well.  Funny thing is, I slide too far on clay and it kills me because I am still sliding when I need to start moving the other way.


Can't you pop up out of the slide on clay when you need to go the other way?  Guess it depends on how fast you are still sliding!   ||-|


It's really the timing at the start of the slide that's key here, because you want to time your slide so that you stop as you're stroking the ball.


Indeed, sounds like Scott needs to work on his slide timing but he is such a speed-demon that his slides are longer due to higher velocity!  Makes for tough calculations in that little head of his!(cheap-shot)

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« Reply #402 on: April 27, 2007, 04:30:19 PM »
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lol, I kinda slid to the ball.  I seem to slide on hard court well.  Funny thing is, I slide too far on clay and it kills me because I am still sliding when I need to start moving the other way.


Can't you pop up out of the slide on clay when you need to go the other way?  Guess it depends on how fast you are still sliding!   ||-|


It's really the timing at the start of the slide that's key here, because you want to time your slide so that you stop as you're stroking the ball.


Indeed, sounds like Scott needs to work on his slide timing but he is such a speed-demon that his slides are longer due to higher velocity!  Makes for tough calculations in that little head of his!(cheap-shot)


Sweet, I love it!  Scooter needs to go back to school and take advanced Calculus, 'cause remedial Algebra just isn't cutting it for his slides on clay!   :)~
Good luck on the court is nice to have, but it's usually extraneous when playing against Baker.

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« Reply #403 on: April 27, 2007, 04:31:53 PM »
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lol, I kinda slid to the ball.  I seem to slide on hard court well.  Funny thing is, I slide too far on clay and it kills me because I am still sliding when I need to start moving the other way.


Can't you pop up out of the slide on clay when you need to go the other way?  Guess it depends on how fast you are still sliding!   ||-|


It's really the timing at the start of the slide that's key here, because you want to time your slide so that you stop as you're stroking the ball.


Indeed, sounds like Scott needs to work on his slide timing but he is such a speed-demon that his slides are longer due to higher velocity!  Makes for tough calculations in that little head of his!(cheap-shot)


Sweet, I love it!  Scooter needs to go back to school and take advanced Calculus, 'cause remedial Algebra just isn't cutting it for his slides on clay!   :)~

Hey! He had to get through geometry at the very least. Otherwise what kind of housed could he design? They'd be falling down left and right.

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« Reply #404 on: April 27, 2007, 04:45:47 PM »
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lol, I kinda slid to the ball.  I seem to slide on hard court well.  Funny thing is, I slide too far on clay and it kills me because I am still sliding when I need to start moving the other way.


Can't you pop up out of the slide on clay when you need to go the other way?  Guess it depends on how fast you are still sliding!   ||-|


It's really the timing at the start of the slide that's key here, because you want to time your slide so that you stop as you're stroking the ball.


Indeed, sounds like Scott needs to work on his slide timing but he is such a speed-demon that his slides are longer due to higher velocity!  Makes for tough calculations in that little head of his!(cheap-shot)


Sweet, I love it!  Scooter needs to go back to school and take advanced Calculus, 'cause remedial Algebra just isn't cutting it for his slides on clay!   :)~



And, we that have had advanced Calculus don't even slide!?   :;:-|    So much for the calculations!   ..-)

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« Reply #405 on: April 29, 2007, 09:16:01 PM »
Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.
Good Luck on the Court!!!
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« Reply #406 on: April 30, 2007, 07:56:34 AM »
I need to throw this out there too after last night.  Well, 2 things.  For some reason my left knee hurts like crazy today.  TO the point of limping.  I was cracking soem seriously nice kick serves last night with a very sweet first serve percentage in the 4th set (I will explain the 4th set in a minute).  Usually when I am getting that much kick I am using my left leg too much for the push off of the ground.  Shame on me I guess...

After VIC and I made out comeback I went over and played some dubs with DW against the famous Jeffro and the new guy Bryan.  We had about 15 minutes to play some dubs.  Jeffro and Bryan only needed about 12 minutes to take it 6-0.  We might have played a little loose but those guys just threw down and threw down hard.  I was hitting like 100% first serves to Jeffro and he was hitting back 100% crushing returns.  He about knocked the racquet out of my hands a few times.  But hey, to save some face (ha ha, yeah right) I won the last game 1-6   :)
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« Reply #407 on: April 30, 2007, 08:30:26 AM »
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Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.



Maybe it is too much pee-wee league tennis messing up your timing!   :)~   Ouch, I am cruel....and, good at it too!   :(

You played Saturday right?    Maybe that explains the knee.......coming to the net hard has been killing my knees lately!   :(

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« Reply #408 on: April 30, 2007, 10:16:32 AM »
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Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.



Maybe it is too much pee-wee league tennis messing up your timing!   :)~   Ouch, I am cruel....and, good at it too!   :(

You played Saturday right?    Maybe that explains the knee.......coming to the net hard has been killing my knees lately!   :(


I did play a good three sets Saturday.  I am sure that is not helping the knees.
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« Reply #409 on: April 30, 2007, 10:22:22 AM »
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Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.



Maybe it is too much pee-wee league tennis messing up your timing!   :)~   Ouch, I am cruel....and, good at it too!   :(

You played Saturday right?    Maybe that explains the knee.......coming to the net hard has been killing my knees lately!   :(


I did play a good three sets Saturday.  I am sure that is not helping the knees.


Good as in played well or good as in complete?     How come no update on the Sat. tennis?

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« Reply #410 on: April 30, 2007, 10:42:09 AM »
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Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.



Maybe it is too much pee-wee league tennis messing up your timing!   :)~   Ouch, I am cruel....and, good at it too!   :(

You played Saturday right?    Maybe that explains the knee.......coming to the net hard has been killing my knees lately!   :(


I did play a good three sets Saturday.  I am sure that is not helping the knees.


Good as in played well or good as in complete?     How come no update on the Sat. tennis?


It was good from everyone all around.  Too busy for an update.  We lost 6-1, 6-7 (5), 4-6.  We were all on serve from the second set on and Todd double faulted twice in a row at 30-30 to give them the game.  The served it out from there.  Fun stuff, we all served well.
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« Reply #411 on: April 30, 2007, 01:48:03 PM »
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Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.



Maybe it is too much pee-wee league tennis messing up your timing!   :)~   Ouch, I am cruel....and, good at it too!   :(

You played Saturday right?    Maybe that explains the knee.......coming to the net hard has been killing my knees lately!   :(


I did play a good three sets Saturday.  I am sure that is not helping the knees.


Good as in played well or good as in complete?     How come no update on the Sat. tennis?


It was good from everyone all around.  Too busy for an update.  We lost 6-1, 6-7 (5), 4-6.  We were all on serve from the second set on and Todd double faulted twice in a row at 30-30 to give them the game.  The served it out from there.  Fun stuff, we all served well.


Both Scott's team and mine won the first set 6-1 then a few minutes later I saw my man chucking the racket into the curtain   :whistle: .   I thought...uh oh..... :|
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« Reply #412 on: April 30, 2007, 01:50:02 PM »
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Well, VIC and I played USTA again tonight.  We were on court 1 again which always pumps me up.  But at this level most of the time you can expect all 3 courts of dubs to be tough and even toucher players on court 2 than court 1.

VIC started pretty well.  He was cracking returns as usual.  In the first set I struggled seeing the ball again.  I do not know if it is too much work, too much stress and then compounded by the fact I am already extremely high strung, who knows.  I couldn't see the friggin ball.  I hit 2 returns in the court in their first 4 service games and they did not have huge serves.  I was missing volleys like mad, I plain sucked.  We were down 2-5 and I broke the racquet.  OSU can spare me the holier than thou speech on the broken racquet.  I missed pretty much everything that came to me.  Luckily VIC is a patient and positive man.

The second set came along way too quickly but I settled in and started seeing the ball pretty well.  We jumped on them quickly and were up 4-0.  We ended up serving out the set @ 6-2.

We jumped on them again early in the 3rd set and broke to go up 2-1.  They were serving at 3-5 in the 3rd and we broke for the win.  It was nice to come back and get on track.  I would of preferred to do it with both racquets intact though.  It had been a while since I had some that.  Not a cheap habit to get into, luckily I buy them used.  :)

One point in the second set they lobbed me and I had to chase it down at the baseline.  I was not facing the court and had to hit it while facing the other way while the ball was over my head.  I did not hit it very hard but it found a way to sneak inbetween both guys coming to the net.  They must have thought the other guy was taking it.  It was pretty sweet.

Put another notch in the bed post for a win for VIC and I.  VIC is a beast on the court.



Maybe it is too much pee-wee league tennis messing up your timing!   :)~   Ouch, I am cruel....and, good at it too!   :(

You played Saturday right?    Maybe that explains the knee.......coming to the net hard has been killing my knees lately!   :(


I did play a good three sets Saturday.  I am sure that is not helping the knees.


Good as in played well or good as in complete?     How come no update on the Sat. tennis?


It was good from everyone all around.  Too busy for an update.  We lost 6-1, 6-7 (5), 4-6.  We were all on serve from the second set on and Todd double faulted twice in a row at 30-30 to give them the game.  The served it out from there.  Fun stuff, we all served well.


Both Scott's team and mine won the first set 6-1 then a few minutes later I saw my man chucking the racket into the curtain   :whistle: .   I thought...uh oh..... :|


Never a good sign, do you think the racket called the RSPCTR (Royal Society for Protection of Cruelty to Tennis Rackets)

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« Reply #413 on: April 30, 2007, 01:52:08 PM »
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« Reply #414 on: April 30, 2007, 01:54:04 PM »
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My main man Scott.  He missed a couple of shots and became quite upset.  I'm glad I don't get like that  :whistle:
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« Reply #415 on: April 30, 2007, 02:00:01 PM »
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Who chucked the racquet?   ||-|


My main man Scott.  He missed a couple of shots and became quite upset.  I'm glad I don't get like that  :whistle:


Wait, wait........so he was chucking racquets on Saturday and Sunday?   :no-no:

Dude needs a vacation!   ;)

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« Reply #416 on: April 30, 2007, 02:34:12 PM »
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Who chucked the racquet?   ||-|


My main man Scott.  He missed a couple of shots and became quite upset.  I'm glad I don't get like that  :whistle:


Wait, wait........so he was chucking racquets on Saturday and Sunday?   :no-no:

Dude needs a vacation!   ;)


Gee, you think?
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« Reply #417 on: April 30, 2007, 02:38:20 PM »
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Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
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Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Who chucked the racquet?   ||-|


My main man Scott.  He missed a couple of shots and became quite upset.  I'm glad I don't get like that  :whistle:


Wait, wait........so he was chucking racquets on Saturday and Sunday?   :no-no:

Dude needs a vacation!   ;)


Gee, you think?



Meeeeooooooowwwwwwwww!    'swipe-swipe' (cat emoticon)   :depressed:

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« Reply #418 on: April 30, 2007, 02:43:42 PM »
Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Quote from: "Tennis4you"
Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Quote from: "Jamesdster"
Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Who chucked the racquet?   ||-|


My main man Scott.  He missed a couple of shots and became quite upset.  I'm glad I don't get like that  :whistle:


Wait, wait........so he was chucking racquets on Saturday and Sunday?   :no-no:

Dude needs a vacation!   ;)


Gee, you think?



Meeeeooooooowwwwwwwww!    'swipe-swipe' (cat emoticon)   :depressed:


Lol, we need to give Scott a shopping list of emoticons:
Sarcastic emoticon
Cat emoticon
More suggestions greatly received emoticon

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« Reply #419 on: April 30, 2007, 02:47:17 PM »
Quote from: "murrayfan11"
Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Quote from: "Tennis4you"
Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Quote from: "Jamesdster"
Quote from: "OSU Buckeye"
Who chucked the racquet?   ||-|


My main man Scott.  He missed a couple of shots and became quite upset.  I'm glad I don't get like that  :whistle:


Wait, wait........so he was chucking racquets on Saturday and Sunday?   :no-no:

Dude needs a vacation!   ;)


Gee, you think?



Meeeeooooooowwwwwwwww!    'swipe-swipe' (cat emoticon)   :depressed:


Lol, we need to give Scott a shopping list of emoticons:
Sarcastic emoticon
Cat emoticonMore suggestions greatly received emoticon


It has to have the cat paws doing the swipe-swipe motion!    Meowwww!   :H