| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

 

 

The Metro Corporate Tennis League, presented by Advantage Tennis Clubs, is a joint initiative of the Metrotennis Community Tennis Association (MCTA) and USTA Eastern Metro Region. The League is divided into three levels of play, Intermediate (3.0-3.5), Advanced Intermediate (4.0) and Advanced (4.5+). We also offer an Advanced Beginner Clinic program for teams that are not ready to compete. The Metro Corporate Tennis League hosts more than 43-plus teams.

 

The following is the roster for the season:

Advanced Division 1
1. Proskauer
2. Bloomberg (Vighnesh)
3. NYJTL
4. Credit Agricole
5. BNP Paribas (Pierre)
6. The Corcoran Group
7. PwC (Gellert)
8. Horizon Media

Advanced Intermediate Division 1
1. Cleary
2. Ernst & Young
3. Bloomberg (Ankur)
4. White & Case
5. Bank of America
6. Corcoran

Advanced Intermediate Division 2
1. Patterson
2. BNP Paribas
3. Moody's
4. Deutsche Bank (Elena)
5. Watson Farley & Williams
6. Nielsen

Intermediate Division 1
1. BNP Paribas (Kage)
2. D.E. Shaw & Company
3. Cleary
4. HBO 1
5. Barclays (Vikki)
6. Fried Frank

Intermediate Division 2
1. Neuberger Berman
2. Bloomberg (Kara)
3. Highbridge
4. Paul Weiss
5. Barclays (Fares)
6. HBO 2

Intermediate Division 3
1. Penguin Random House
2. Xaxis
3. PwC (Tanner)
4. Sullivan
5. Schulte

Intermediate Division 4
1. Corcoran
2. Deutsche Bank (Armen)
3. Sidley
4. ING
5. AOL

Advanced Beginner Division
1. Bloomberg (Peggy)

The season runs from Jan. 25-April 21, culminating with an end-of-season party at Roosevelt Island Racquet Club.

Please welcome new teams, Xaxis, AOL and Penguin Random House to the Metro Corporate Tennis League.

For more information, visit Metrotennis.com/Corporate/main.html, or call Luis Espinoza at (347) 886-3117 or e-mail Luis@Metrotennis.com.

Metro Corporate Tennis Advanced Division Champs Bloomberg LP

 

Advanced Intermediate Division Champs Proskauer Rose LLP

New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The New York Tennis Magazine Staff is comprised of tennis pros, tennis coaches and tennis writers