Hi Accented family.
How stoked was I when I finally could play after two and a half months of waiting. It was good seeing everyone there. I wasn’t going to give it all I got on court, but every now and then I overdid it before pulling back. It was all good though.
Man, was I rusty. I had picked up a few pounds, but I wasn’t going to sit back and let my partner run around for all the balls. I was ready to give it all I got.
Before everyone starts to play, we usually get called to play in a certain level. I usually gets put in the highest competitive level. I was hoping they’d put me in the second highest level. Anyway, they put me with the highest level guys so I thought that this meant I had to play my best as always once again.
To make a long story short, I played my usual high level competitive self, but soon found out that it wouldn’t be helpful to do so as I got pummeled really good. I lost every match. I must admit I got frustrated, but I had to remind myself that I haven’t been playing for over two and a half months. They’ve been playing every week so it made sense everyone would be a step up.
When all was said and done, we all had a good laugh. I certainly had fun despite the fact that I threw my raquet a couple times out of frustration.
One thing’s for sure I love this game and before you know it, I’ll be back at my best again.
The Accented Guy Quinnie
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