Tonight, my weekly tennis session was like the usual night where the learning process is on it's own peace. There was a new Indian guy joining us. When my friend arrived, we played double. The new guy partnered with a chinese guy which has been playing for 7 years. I played with him the other week and his skill is definitely above mine.
For the first set, we lose 2-6 to them. We only aimed for 3 points anyway. The Indian guy named Andrew served with a nice spinning ball. It looks like an easy serve to be returned back but at the end, you would only see the ball going out of the fence.
The 2nd set, another 2-6 lost and for the last set we only managed to get 1 point. Hahahaha~~~ Damn..They are both good. While gasping some air, drinking water and untying our shoes, we had a conversation among us.
"How long have you been playing?", I asked the Andrew, the Indian guy.
"what?? 21 years?"
"Yah..I've been playing since my age was 4. My dad is a tennis coach"
"Did you participate any game or tournament?", asked the chinese guy curiously
"Yah..I played for the state of Negeri Sembilan in SUKMA. I was No.1 player in Malaysia for under-12 category"
Ahahahahahaha...damn!!! No wonder we only got just 2 points at most. 2 points for my barely 2 years of playing tennis.
To perform this double backhand is not as easy as it looks. See how hard it is from Dementieva's face. Hehehe