| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff





NYC ACES gathers locals for networking event at Roosevelt Island
Roosevelt Island Racquet Club (RIRC) recently hosted its monthly NYC ACES Young Professional Tennis Social. The event serves as a gathering for locals to come together to network with the sport of tennis as the backdrop. Spring events will be announced shortly. For more information on RIRC’s NYC ACES Young Professional Tennis Social events, e-mail NYCAcesMetroTennis@gmail.com.


Metro Region adds tennis to PSCH Program
Thank you to USTA Eastern Metro Region Board Member Barry Sonustun for incorporating tennis into the daily exercise classes at PSCH Inc. Station Road Day Habilitation Program. PSCH’s programs guide and support individuals in focusing on skills development, increased self-sufficiency, and volunteering and community integration.



West Side Tennis Club Social attracts a crowd
West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, N.Y. recently hosted a Tennis Social for 4.5/5.0 and above players. It was a great night of tennis and fun and more tennis social events for all levels are planned for the spring and summer. For more information, visit ForestHillsTennis.com.


Metro Region Board pitches in for World Tennis Day
The USTA Eastern Metro Region Board gave of their time and volunteered at March’s World Tennis Day at the BNP Paribas Showdown at Madison Square Garden. Volunteers ran an information table and Metro Junior Team Tennis coaches and captains enjoyed a wonderful night of tennis as a thank you for their commitment and dedication.


Cunningham Tennis Center hosts 2 on 2 Orange Ball Series event
Metro Junior Team Tennis continued its 2 on 2 Orange Ball Series at Cunningham Park Tennis Center in Fresh Meadows, N.Y. Congrats to the winners, Vincent Chang and Vihaan Kotahwala of the Tiggy Tigers (pictured on the right), as well as all of the competitors for taking part in the event.