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James Waczewski

James Waczewski

Location: Tallahassee, Florida
Joined:September 25, 2011
Levels:Singles: 4.030Doubles: 4.000
Last Visit:2 years, 3 months ago
Network Points:0
GTN Points:0
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Soccer / Tennis player.
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The Top 100 Tennis LadderRank: 1Ladder League2021-01-012021-12-31
The 2019 Men's Top 100 Tennis LeagueRank: 1Ladder League2019-01-012019-12-31
The 2018 Men's Late Summer Tennis Tournament
Tallahassee Top 100 Mixed Singles LadderRank: 2Ladder League2018-04-082020-04-08
St. Louis Top 100 of any genderRank: 1Ladder League2018-03-232019-03-31
Vanderbilt Visitors Tennis LadderRank: 1Ladder League2018-03-152020-03-15
2018 - 2021 Tallahassee for only the best of the bRank: 4Ladder League2018-02-192020-02-18
The 2018 Mixed Doubles Tennis LeagueRank: 1Ladder League2018-01-012018-12-31
Best of the Best in Tallahassee
2017 Tallahassee Open top 100 Tennis LadderRank: 6Ladder League2017-01-142019-01-05


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James Waczewski      Tallahassee, Florida
3 years, 8 months
Please support our local tennis YouTube Channel by subscribing - it is free. FITerer Tennis is the name of the channel. Here is a video of FITerer playing against two professionals who played at the Tallahassee Tennis Challenger: https://youtu.be/j64Kv92qdrA

James Waczewski      Tallahassee, Florida
5 years, 7 months
Miami guests (Tally Ladder Alums), Women on the Men's Ladder, and tournament update.
1. Miami guests - I was recently in Miami and I played two Tallahassee Men's 100 alums - Chris Hagerty and Dan Fraser. I almost got to play Jose Romero, but he was busy that weekend with the business he opened recently (he sells delicious cold coffee drinks that he creates on his own). Dan is back on the Tally ladder - so if you are down there, make sure to challenge him and let him know he does not have to come to Tallahassee to play you.
Women on the Men's ladder - for years I have seen the women's attempts at making a ladder fail. I would propose, and would advocate for, allowing women on the Men's two ladders. If you are serious about tennis, and you are a woman (of any age) who thinks you can play with the 3.5-4.5 guys - come up with a fake name and register for the men's ladder. You can then contact each person you challenge, tell them you are a woman, and if they are not wimps, they will play you. Let the best player win! If this happens, we should change the ladder to Top 100 - not Men's Top 100 . . .. P.S. - my daughter has been on the men's ladder since she was about 12 - many guys loved playing against her, even after she started beating them.
Alan Abramowitz's "Best of the Best" tournament is nearing its conclusion. I can't wait until the next one starts - we have a lot of good new players on the ladder who wish they had joined it. I am still working on growing my firm so that, by next year, I can sponsor one and make it a "pro" tournament - where each player will get money in each round. Wish me luck!
James P. Waczewski, Esq.

James Waczewski      Tallahassee, Florida
5 years, 9 months
As many of you all know, attorney Alan Abramowitz runs the Ladder titled "2017 Tallahassee Open top 100 Tennis Ladder." Global Tennis Network charges $240 per year, per location, to run the system. This year, in addition to Alan volunteering his time and fronting the money, I was able to recruit three sponsors to pay this cost. Attorney Randy Pelham (of the Pelham Law Firm, practicing Personal Injury) and I, attorney James Waczewski of the Waczewski Law Group (practicing personal injury, insurance coverage, civil litigation and appellate) were the main co-sponsors - and civil engineer Phil Sanders of TeamPRS also made a contribution. Please support our sponsors so we can keep the Tallahassee Tennis Ladder Network active each year. I am also considering sponsoring a semi-pro tournament next year - to qualify, participants must have played at least 25 matches in any ladder or tournament in this network, and must have never played professional tennis. Let us know if you think this would be a good idea.

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