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Thread: St. Barth Tennis Tournament

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    Anyone on the forum ever played in the St. Barth Tennis Open?

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    I advise that you bring plenty of water and towels and sweat bands!
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    amyb is offline
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    Very funny.

    Just about!
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyb
    Very funny.

    Just about!
    Great I am on my way. Will be there in time for lunch Amy.
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    My pleasure!
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    :-) Be careful you know me I might just do it. haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. No
    Anyone on the forum ever played in the St. Barth Tennis Open?
    No, but I think there are some pretty good players on the island. If you're interested in playing and have the game for it, I wouldn't hesitate to register. Just practice up on your French score keeping: zéro, quinze, trente, quarante, égalité. "Out" is universal.
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    When you hit the ball into the net, what is the appropriate french word?

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    elgreaux is offline
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    merde...

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    tim is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by elgreaux
    merde...
    Next to the score, one of the most popular words heard on the French courts.









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    Ha...

    I didn't know Google would translate merde like that.

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