Steve Annacone
I have discussed this several times in different ways when presenting my tips. Hitting the ball and actually playing a point are two very different things. Hitting the ball well helps you play the point better. However, just randomly hitting the ball against a good player will not be very effective...Read more
Lawrence Kleger
John McEnroe is a multiple time Grand Slam Champion and a tennis icon. His tennis mantra is, “Don’t Beat Yourself!” To most casual observers, he was an overly aggressive player who just “went for it” all the time. And it was his talent that allowed him to “get away with it”. But that could not be...Read more
From left to right: Runner-Up, Max Schnur; Bonnie Briar's Asi Phillips; Tournament Champion Gary Kushnirovich.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Bonnie Briar Country Club in Larchmont hosted the New York One-On-One Doubles Shootout this past Saturday, the latest installment of the One-On-One Doubles Shootout event series. This event was a bit different than the previous ones, as there was a mandatory Serve & Volley rule and players...Read more
Brian Coleman
Every young tennis player has dreams of one day becoming a professional, spending their days traveling the globe and competing against the world’s top players. Bogdan Sheremet was no different. As a kid growing up in Ukraine, he shared those dreams. “Getting the proper training there was expensive...Read more
Press Release
“Forward" has always been a part of inPhorm’s DNA. At the debut party for inPhorm in 2008, a giant poster of the word “ECO-FORWARD” was front and center. Eco-Forward was the brand’s initial message — its designing and manufacturing approach that represented the Founder and Creative Director Saad...Read more
Rafael Nadal is the greatest clay court player of all time, if not the greatest player of all time. One of the keys to his success on all surfaces is his mentality.
Steve Annacone
Rafael Nadal has won the French Open 13 times. He is the greatest clay court player of all time, if not the greatest player of all time. One of the keys to his success on all surfaces is his mentality. He hits every shot with the idea that no matter how good it is, his opponent will make the next...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
There are just four men remaining in the French Open singles draw as the tournament’s semifinals were finalized on Wednesday, with 12-time champion Rafael Nadal as well as top-seeded Novak Djokovic leading the way. Djokovic claimed the fourth and final spot in the semifinals with a four-set victory...Read more
Steve Annacone
If you watch professional tennis, it seems that there are a lot of different ways to follow through . Although players tend to have different finishing spots and techniques, most have a lot of things in common on their follow through. First, and most important, the pro players tend to let the...Read more
Press Release
Tie Break Tens, the fast-paced, short-form tennis format, is excited to announce that Slinger Bag, the first truly portable tennis launcher, has signed as an Official Partner for the all Tie Break Tens (TB10) tournaments in 2021. Having established a successful partnership at the Progress Tour held...Read more
Sofia Kenin played her fourth-round contest on Monday, and came back from a set down to beat France’s Fiona Ferro 2-6, 6-2, 6-1.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
There will be at least one American woman in the French Open semifinals as Danielle Collins and Sofia Kenin will square off the in the quarterfinals on Wednesday . Kenin played her fourth-round contest on Monday, and came back from a set down to beat France’s Fiona Ferro 2-6, 6-2, 6-1. The...Read more
2018 French Open champion Simona Halep beat American Amanda Anisimova 6-0, 6-1 to move on in Paris on Friday.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Two tournament favorites faced no issues in reaching the French Open Round of 16 on Friday as top-seeded Simona Halep and third-seeded Dominic Thiem won their respective third-round matches in Paris in straight sets. Thiem defeated Norway’s Casper Ruud, a man who had the most wins on clay this year...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
As U.S. sports begin to emerge, consumers are thinking about how to engage in their personal passions they have not access to since the new normal began last March. For tennis devotees, the biggest challenges are lack of partners and a convenient tennis venue. Say hello to Slinger Bag, the first...Read more
We often discuss controlling the controllable in the sport of tennis, usually referring to preparation before arriving to the competitive court.
Conrad Singh
We often discuss controlling the controllable in the sport of tennis, usually referring to preparation before arriving to the competitive court. One of the simplest and most efficient ways of doing this in today’s tennis is through developing your mental fitness. World-renowned tennis specific...Read more
Barbara Wyatt
What three questions do you ask yourself before a tennis match? What are your private, self-explorative thoughts that can improve your mental state and physical game? I will share my innermost questions. I keep it simple and ask only three. The questions vary, dependent on a social or competitive...Read more
Chris Lewit
The return of serve is arguably the second most important shot in tennis, after the serve, yet it is probably the most under practiced, underappreciated, and undervalued shot in the game. In my annual program at my academy, players can train 25 hours per week with me, and I’ve structured the day so...Read more