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03-13-2003, 11:18 PM #18Originally posted by Phil
What classes are there besides int/adv? I see on their website there are the following:
I, I & II, II & III, III & IV, IV, V.
Which one is int/adv? Can you describe the other classes? What players, if you know their names, are in the int/adv classes. I don't want to be outclassed, but I don't want to be bored. (I'm ranked #11 in U19, but some below me are better) I just want to know who's in it because I've probably seen them and know their level of play.
I figured I could go up every Saturday in the summer if they have classes then, I just need to convince my parents to drive me. (I live about 2 hours East of Markham/Toronto, in Belleville , and as we all know, gas price is going up and up)
Thanks again Nanashi,
03-16-2003, 09:18 PM #19
actually, most of the players in that class are 15-17 yr olds
03-17-2003, 05:12 PM #20
hmm... guess it changed than.... back in the day (lol) when i went to those, it had quite a number of adults..
03-17-2003, 11:49 PM #21
Jus_anothr_grl: Is there going to be a summer session of group lessons? If so, should I sign up early to get in? Is it as Nanashi said, you don't have to be a member to get group lessons? (not that I don't trust you Nanashi, I just want to be sure) Also, what level (I, II, III, IV, V) class should someone who is not as good as players such as Nathanial Allard, Sen Hoong Phang, etc., but not a beginner be in.
(I want to learn/perfect my footwork, fine-tune techniques/shots, don't want to be learning how to clear, drop, smash, etc., basic things like that.)
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