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I enjoy playing tennis.

Recently I visited to "Kingston Riverside Club" for playing tennis and I enjoyed there. As the club prides itself on being open to a diverse range of abilities and has memberships available for individuals, families, students and corporate members

Have you ever played tennis?

Yes, I always play tennis in morning for one an hour at the Kingston river side club...!! I enjoy it and it becomes me sharp, enthusiastic and balanced.

Why "Che"?

The origin of this word is unclear. It may have derived from several native South American languages: in Guarani language che means simply "I" or "my", in Tehuelche and Puelche (Pampa) languages che means "man", and in Mapudungun language (Mapuche) it means "people". In other Latin American ...