Ethan Leon helped lead Beacon past Bronx Science in a rematch of last year's New York City championship on Tuesday.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Beacon and Bronx Science met in a rematch of last year’s PSAL New York City “A” Division Championship on Tuesday afternoon. Once again, it was Beacon who came out on top, this time with a 5-0 sweep. The defending city singles champion, Ethan Leon, helped lead the way with an 8-6 win over Jonah...Read more
It is no secret that the competitive tennis environment demands a great deal of mental toughness, yet so many players fail to enlist a professional mental coach.
Amanda Ferranti
It is no secret that the competitive tennis environment demands a great deal of mental toughness, yet so many players fail to enlist a professional mental coach. Instead, they rely on personal experience and the advice of those around them, which although helpful, it is missing the valuable mental...Read more
Jay Harris, JMTA College Recruiting Combine Director, talks to players before the coaches panel at least year's combine.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Sportime Randall's Island and the John McEnroe Tennis Academy (JMTA) will be hosting the 3rd Annual JMTA College Recruiting Combine from Saturday, June 23 through Sunday, June 24 . New York Tennis Magazine sat down with Jay Harris, the combine's Director and the Director of Tennis at Sportime...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2018 Mayor’s Cup will mark the 30 th straight year that New York Junior Tennis & Learning has hosted the tournament, the largest interscholastic tennis tournament in the country. More than 600 participants representing 160 private, public and parochial schools in New York City compete in...Read more
The Wolverines of Bronx Science moved to 5-0 on the season as it defeated Stuyvesant 4-1 in a key Bronx/Manhattan A3 showdown on Monday afternoon.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Wolverines of Bronx Science moved to 5-0 on the season as it defeated Stuyvesant 4-1 in a key Bronx/Manhattan A3 showdown on Monday afternoon. Bronx Science, who lost in the city championship last year to Beacon, maintained its undefeated record thus far in 2018. Blake Frank won 10-0 over Arie...Read more
The San Marco Invitational is set for this weekend as the best high school teams in the Long Island and New York-metropolitan area get ready to compete against one another.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The San Marco Invitational is set for this weekend as the best high school teams in the Long Island and New York-metropolitan area get ready to compete against one another. The invitational gets underway on Saturday, April 28 at Fordham Preparatory School in the Bronx, N.Y. The matchups are as...Read more
The Queens College men’s tennis team captured the East Coast Conference (ECC) championship for the second straight year by defeated the New York Institute of Technology this past weekend.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Queens College men’s tennis team captured the East Coast Conference (ECC) championship for the second straight year by defeated the New York Institute of Technology this past weekend. The Knights got off to a fast start by winning the three doubles flights, led by Gabriel Mendez and Lucas...Read more
Brian Coleman
When she was just five-years-old in her native South Africa, Liezel Huber’s mother put a tennis racket in her hand for the first time. From that moment on, Huber was in love with tennis, and throughout her life, has used the sport as a vehicle to give back and help others. She now does so as the...Read more
Dr. Tom Ferraro
One of the many benefits of lecturing is that one always learns a great deal in the process. Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to be invited by New York Tennis Magazine to participate in a panel discussion at the New York Tennis. The topic was “Taking Your Game to the Next Level,” and I...Read more
USTA Eastern will once again host Camp Eastern: a five-day, four-night sleep-away camp that features tennis, educational and cultural opportunities.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
USTA Eastern will once again host Camp Eastern: a five-day, four-night sleep-away camp that features tennis, educational and cultural opportunities. The camp runs from Sunday, July 29 to Thursday, August 2 at Cornell University. Campers will stay in Cornell’s dormitories and play at the famed Reis...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The St. John’s women’s tennis team wrapped up its regular season with a 4-0 victory over Stony Brook on Wednesday afternoon. The Red Storm dropped just one match on the afternoon, at second doubles, but would win first and third doubles to secure the doubles point. In singles play, Olaya Inclan...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Below are the scores from across New York City on Wednesday, via PSAL : ►Beacon 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0 ►Bard 5, Frederick Douglass 0 ►HS Environmental Studies 5, Alfred Smith 0 ►HS American Studies 4, Stuyvesant 1 ►Columbus 5, South Bronx 0 ►Franklin D. Roosevelt 5, Paul Robeson 0 ►Wingate 5,...Read more
Bard High School Early College remained undefeated in the spring season as it beat the High School for Environmental Studies 4-1 in a Manhattan B6 matchup to improve to 6-0.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Bard High School Early College remained undefeated in the spring season as it beat the High School for Environmental Studies 4-1 in a Manhattan B6 matchup to improve to 4-0. Oliver Tockman led the way with a 10-1 victory over Luis Liriano at first singles. Nathan Silverstein would win his match at...Read more
American Steve Johnson defended his title at the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston, Texas as he beat compatriot Tennys Sandgren 7-6(2), 2-6, 6-4 to capture the Houston title for the second straight year.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
American Steve Johnson defended his title at the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston, Texas as he beat compatriot Tennys Sandgren 7-6(2), 2-6, 6-4 to capture the Houston title for the second straight year. “It means a lot [to win] here. This is one of the best tournaments of the year,”...Read more
Forest Hills improved to 3-0 on the season this past Friday, defeating Francis Lewis 5-0 in a PSAL Queens A1 matchup.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Forest Hills improved to 3-0 on the season this past Friday, defeating Francis Lewis 5-0 in a PSAL Queens A1 matchup. Michael Zlatnik won 10-7 over Waley Chen at first singles, Sabian Kosinov beat Timothy Barefield 10-7 at second singles and Daniel Rusin notched a 10-7 victory over Aaron Wong at...Read more