Tennis: USTA Flex League

Anyone interested in playing tennis in or around Hoboken – read on!

The Hudson County Flex League – Registering Now!

“Looking to play tennis on YOUR schedule? Well now you can with USTA Flex Leagues, a program designed to fit both your busy schedule and your desire to play more matches. If you don’t have the time, we’ve got the league for you.

USTA Flex Leagues packages all the thrills of organized league tennis into a flexible schedule so everyone, regardless of time constraints and ability, can play. Maybe you can’t commit to every Wednesday at 8:00pm. Maybe Tuesday of next week works better for you—or Thursday, the week after that. With Flex Leagues, it’s your call. You play your matches anytime and anywhere you and your opponent agree on.

Players sign up online for Men or Women’s singles using the TennisLink system. Players also track standings and report scores with the online system. What makes Flex Leagues so unique is that you play your matches when it’s convenient for you, as either player can take responsibility for setting up a match in any given week. That allows players to compete at a time and a date that’s mutually convenient. Men’s and Women’s Singles & are offered from 2.5 to 4.5 NTRP levels.

Registration for USTA Flex Leagues is now open until September 25th. The league begins play on September 27th and ends November 1st.

Get started by registering online at the USTA website – Go to ‘Search for Flex Leagues’ and use zip code 07030 for Hudson County

USTA Membership is not required for the league, however members receive a $10 discount for singles play: the cost is only $35 for non-members and $25 for USTA members. For more information on the new USTA Flex League in Hudson County, contact John D’Agostino at 646.342.6114.

Register today to play more matches and meet new players!

GREAT TENNIS – ON YOUR TERMS!

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14 Comments on "Tennis: USTA Flex League"

mooshu
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mooshu

I know this is far-fetched and all… but how about the mommy or nanny behaves like a big girl (especially since payment for a job could be involved here) and watch the kids instead of blabbing about nothing and ignoring them? That way a 3 and 5 year old won’t wind up in a tennis court with players in it.

I’m not betting my life on that suggestion or anything. I’m just offering it.

assclown
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assclown

Lou Dobbs,

This has nothing to do with immigration, but nice try. Everyone involved in this story happened to be white. It is possible that a white nanny can be caring for a white child.

But if you want to go there, this gives me a good idea. For those that think that we should build a fence around our borders, fences are not always the answer. Our tennis court had a fence. :mrgreen:

And some kids are raised the right way. Before this incident, I hit a ball over the fence onto the basketball court and a kid found the ball and when I asked, he tossed it over the fence.

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1
ass clown ,wisen up..that shit ass tennis court was there before you know where Hoboken was located as well as your friend lou dobbs..Of course nannys dont have to be dark skinned to be immigrents,on visas who fly under the radar..BTW the mothers should have more sense than to let the kids get on the court..I see mothers allow their kids turn their heads while the kids do silly shit while on their cell phones..Hey ass not that your all pros but if a kid got hit with a tennis ball you can bet your ass would be the clown..In fact there is a chain link fence seperating the people from the outsiders..If this is Columbus park just call the county and or the supervisor at the park in regard to the kids..There liable as well as you..Thats what the fence is for,bobby Riggs. It’s not a US open,just a place where you can show off your pristien shorts..numb nuts..[quote comment=”210714″]Lou Dobbs,This has nothing to do with immigration, but nice try. Everyone involved in this story happened to be white. It is possible that a white nanny can be caring for a white child.But if you want to go there, this gives me a good idea. For those that think that we should build a fence around our borders, fences are not always the answer. Our tennis court had a fence. And some kids are raised the right way. Before this incident, I hit a ball over the fence onto… Read more »
wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1
ASS CLOWN..Apologies for my volotive response in regard to the tennis courts..The iissue here is that regardless who is tending to little kids,do not put them in harms way.I assume if some of you guys gals are good the ball can travel 90mph..or more.If the courts you speak of are near the high school field that has to be Columbus Park..If a kid gets hurt the county has a class action law suit against them..A supervisor is usually on duty in that small structure in the middle of the park..Understood parents work to make the absurd rent in Hoboken,but as kids we I was raised by my parents 24/7…Notice so many are on cell phones not paying attention..ethnic racial skin color is not a factor..You have to admit that escape 68’s post was funny. Some of these nanny live in’s earn good money.I would not entrust my kids in the hands of those moms nannys that are oblivious…again sorry Ass clown. 😳 [quote comment=”210720″]ass clown ,wisen up..that shit ass tennis court was there before you know where Hoboken was located as well as your friend lou dobbs..Of course nannys dont have to be dark skinned to be immigrents,on visas who fly under the radar..BTW the mothers should have more sense than to let the kids get on the court..I see mothers allow their kids turn their heads while the kids do silly shit while on their cell phones..Hey ass not that your all pros but if a kid got hit… Read more »
assclown
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assclown

Apology accepted. Yes, I think the key word is “oblivious.” It affects all type of people.[quote comment=”210744″]ASS CLOWN..Apologies for my volotive response in regard to the tennis courts..The iissue here is that regardless who is tending to little kids,do not put them in harms way.I assume if some of you guys gals are good the ball can travel 90mph..or more.If the courts you speak of are near the high school field that has to be Columbus Park..If a kid gets hurt the county has a class action law suit against them..A supervisor is usually on duty in that small structure in the middle of the park..Understood parents work to make the absurd rent in Hoboken,but as kids we I was raised by my parents 24/7…Notice so many are on cell phones not paying attention..ethnic racial skin color is not a factor..You have to admit that escape 68′s post was funny. Some of these nanny live in’s earn good money.I would not entrust my kids in the hands of those moms nannys that are oblivious…again sorry Ass clown. [/quote]

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

you hit it on the head…100 mph tennis ball head shot can kill a toddler..Enjoy your sport and again shame on me for being silly…Good hunting 😆 [quote comment=”210780″]Apology accepted. Yes, I think the key word is “oblivious.” It affects all type of people.[/quote]

emarche
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You tell the kids to stop in a loud enough voice so that the mothers and/or nannies hear. If the kid takes your ball you open your mouth like a big boy and say to the women, “Excuse me – can you (or one of you) help out here? We’re trying to play tennis. Thanks!”

It’s that simple. No violence or screaming necessary.

assclown
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assclown

Aurora,

Part of me did want to scream at the kids, but would you have really done that? This was definitely a “Groundhog Day” kinda of moment. Maybe I should have just punched Ned Ryerson in the face.

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

I would have been off the court and in the mothers face in no time. Not for the fact that the ball was taken, but for the safety reasons you mentioned. Evidently yelling at the kids would have frightened the hell out of them since no one in the family seem to take on an adult role. You could have also called the cops (not to press charges) since this mom did put her child in a dangerous situation. I’m sure they would have made it clear that a 3 and 5 year old do not belong on a court, especially when a game in being played.

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