New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Winter Metro Corporate Tennis League season will feature 49 teams this year. This season, two new companies/teams, Opera Solutions and Blue Wolf Holdings, have joined in on the action. The following is a divisional breakdown: ►Advanced Division: Seven teams ►Advanced Intermediate Division: 17...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Experience the highly anticipated CityParks Corporate Tennis League with your co-workers, as it returns for another season to provide tennis to underprivileged youth beginning in April. The eight-week season begins Friday, April 26 and features weekly co-ed team tennis matches that are scheduled...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
2011 Fall Season winners crowned The 2011 Fall Metro Corporate Tennis League came to an end in December. In the Advanced Division, the New York Junior Tennis League (NYJTL) team got past PwC in the first round of the playoffs to advance to the league finals where they defeated Credit Agricole to...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2012 Australian Open women's singles final will see Russian Maria Sharapova go up against Victoria Azarenka of Belarus. Not only are they playing for the championship; they both are in contention to gain the number one ranking. The number four-ranked Sharapova defeated second-ranked Petra...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Metro Corporate Tennis League, run by the Metrotennis Community Tennis Association (MCTA), is currently in its playoffs stages for the Summer 2011 season as this article was written. On July 28, Ernst & Young went up against Thomson Reuters and Deutsche Bank went head-to-head with...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Metro Corporate Tennis League (MCTL), a joint initiative of Metrotennis CTA and USTA/Eastern Metro Region, recently finished its Winter 2011 season. The league continues to grow and more than 50 corporate teams participated in the 2011 season across three levels: Advanced, Advanced Intermediate...Read more