2005

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(Photo above L-R) Isaac Moliver and Max Moliver are 2 brothers from Russia who enjoy playing tennis.  Max played at the TennisNYC.com tennis league last Saturday night, March 5, 2005.  He is a Division 3 College player from Baruch College.  His younger brother, Isaac, is only 13 years old.  "I want to be a tennis PRO," Isaac said.  When I asked him who is sponsoring him, he quickly replied, "My father!" Match results of DOUBLES: Max/Koko Lani def. Pete Bassey/Clarence Lee 4-6 6-1 6-2

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(Photo above L-R) Clarence Lee and Pete Bassey played at the TennisNYC.com last Saturday night, March 5, 2005.  Clarence will go to Florida this Monday, March 7, 2005 for a month long SUV tour of Southern USA.  "I've got everything I need in my van- DVD, computer, TV, refrigerator, and bed. I will take it easy, and leave the snowy weather in NYC," Clarence said.  On the other hand, Pete Bassey, just came back from Switzerland as part of his job at Colgate Inc. "I still have a jetlag," he said.

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Mr. Eric Capuano, TennisNYC.com tennis league Guest Tennis instructor is shown above teaching Mr. Robert Jackson the correct backhand volley technique. "Man, this is a lot of fun, I had a great time tonight," Robert said after doing 3 hours of tennis drills, lessons, and intense hitting last Saturday night.

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Roman Livson and Alan Yeung played last Friday night, March 4, 2005 at the TennisNYC.com tennis league.  Straight from the airport, still suffering from a jetlag after a long flight from Russia, Roman didn't waste time in challenging TennisNYC.com league members for a tennis match. "Koko, schedule me against advanced players for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday," Roman said.

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(Photo above L-R) Clarence and Gener played at the TennisNYC.com tennis league last Saturday night, Feb. 26, 2005. "My body feels so much better after playing tennis," Gener said.

 

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