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Glencoe Masters

Discussion in 'Canada West' started by ViningWolff, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. ViningWolff

    ViningWolff Regular Member

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    Could be a very quick night in singles. If I manage to win my first round, I play Ardy.

    :eek:
     
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    Ardy? no problem. just show him your boomstick and he'll start running for the hills!
     
  3. ViningWolff

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    I did that once. Very first rally the first time played him I blew one past him.

    He smiled, never gave me a clear that I could get a wind-up into after that. ( and made me run liek a dog)

    I do stand a better chance against him in doubles. I've beat him in doubles before.
     
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    well that should be a good match for you then vining would be fun, its good to see that your playing again (since i havnt seen or heard you playing for a while, maby thats just me though) and would explain why you didnt play AB series at MRC preparing for the Masters then. Well best of luck in your matches.
     
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    I'm still trying to get my body conditioned to match play after my long layoff.

    I managed to beat Mike Lam two games last night so I'm moving okay.

    I'm hoping to play the last AB series in Edmonton
     
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    did you thats nice then, sounds like a plan i think im going up for that one as well not sure if ill be playing singles though i will see.
     
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    will you be staying for the saturday night social?
     
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    Vining i see that you had your chance to play ardy afterall, well it didnt look like it was to good based off scores but what did you think about it? doubles looked good though faced ardy again almost won it. How was it overall?
     
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    singles sucked - my legs are still really weak and Ardy was being nice.

    Doubles was much better, moving well and hit some solid shots. A few miscues, but was very happy how I played. I managed to anticipate Ardy and Mike several times.
     
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    sounds good then for doubles well good job though for sure, hope that your legs dont feel weak more though.
     

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