Rob Craig had just finished his second match in the Seymour Smash tennis tournament on Saturday.
Despite going 0-2, including losing a superset tiebreaker to Chris Crenshaw, Craig said his first year competing in the second annual tournament was a good experience.
“It’s good for my health. As long as I don’t die on the court, it’s good,” he said with a laugh. “No paramedics here today, so it was an overall win. It’s good exercise, and it’s a game that you can play for years.”
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