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Nick’s Stories

by Nicholas C

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Nick's Stories
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Tennis - Flash Fiction
My perfect mate- Non Fiction
Date- Poem
Friends - Poem
Dreams - Flash Fiction
Night Mare - Flash Fiction
Vacation - Haiku
Dream - Flash Fiction
Bullied - Tanka
Dream Job - Non Fiction
Table Of Contents
Tennis - Flash Fiction
My perfect mate- Non Fiction
Date- Poem
Friends - Poem
Dreams - Flash Fiction
Night Mare - Flash Fiction
Vacation - Haiku
Dream - Flash Fiction
Bullied - Tanka
Dream Job - Non Fiction
The time finally arrived, it was the morning of my biggest tennis match of my life because if I won this match, I would become #1 in the world. I was going against my massive rivalry. I was nervous and had butterflies in my stomach but prepared and ready for a victory. Heading to the court to warm up, the crowd and fans were loud and ready for an intense match. The match started and I took a massive head start. I was winning by a lot of points and only needed one more point to secure the win. As I began to serve, the crowd was so silent you could hear people hearts beating. I served the tennis ball so fast, my opponent couldn't even return the ball back resulting me to win my match. I was now #1 in the world and started to sign autographs. As I was signing an autograph on a tennis ball, a young fan and I both put our hands together and a blue arc of electricity occurred between me and him. It wasn’t an ordinary shock because it occurred my body to feel strange and tired. It felt like a demon tried to suck my soul out of my body resulting me to lose my strength, speed and athleticism. I decided to call it a day and get some shut eye and prepare for my next match tomorrow. The day came to soon then I expected. As I woke up, my body was tired and felt sluggish like a snail. As I arrived at the courts to practice and warm up, I realized all my shots I was hitting out. Then the match started and I began to lose badly. I lost the match badly that I couldn’t even score a single point of him. Over time, my rank began to drop to now #15 in the world since I been losing all my matches. As I began to watch the news, I saw the young fan that I signed an autograph with a couple of weeks ago, began to win all his matches suddenly even though he never played tennis before. He won all his school matches and tournaments resulting him to become famous. I thought to myself, did I give him my skill in return for his? I decided to go to one of his tournaments and see how he played. As I observed his techniques and his strategy, I noticed he had the same techniques as me and his serve. After the match the young fan saw me and I explained to him what happened that day. I said, “As I was signing an autograph with you, a blue arc of electricity occurred between me and you and we switched our skills around”. He finally understand what happened that day. We decided to go back to the same exact place that happened. I signed the ball with my autograph and the blue arc of electricity occurred again. 
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I rushed back on the courts to determine if my skill was back. I picked up my racket and started hitting the balls back and forth. All my shots that I was hitting was in. The young fan skill was back to normal. His skill was as if he didn’t knew how to play tennis. In return for his help, I decided to autograph his tennis bag, hat and his tennis sneakers. I even gave him free tickets for the next 10 games. It was the best day for him. The next day I had a tennis game and I saw the young fan getting courts side view. I got a massive head start in the beginning and I won. The next 9 games I won and now my ranked was #2. The following day, this game would determine if I would be #1. I was losing bad in the beginning. I started to concertante and I slowly gained back those points. Now it was a tied game. It was my serve and I won the point. His serve was next and if I won this point I would be #1. As he served, I returned the ball back so fast be couldn't see the ball. He even appload how good of a point that was. We shaked hands to represent good sportsmanship. I was now #1 thanks to now my biggest fan.
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