Brian Coleman
Tennis and the real estate business; on the surface, these two things don’t have anything in common. But if you look closely, the ways to be successful in both of these fields often overlap. It takes dedication, discipline and confidence, and at their cores, they both require focusing on the...Read more
Press Release
The USTA today released the men's and women's singles entry lists for the 2022 US Open. Click to view the full entry lists: Men's Singles | Women's Singles The United States leads all nations with 15 women and 13 men earning direct entry. The American women in the field include six-time singles...Read more
Steve Annacone
Tennis professionals and coaches all have their own way of communicating. However, there are many words of wisdom coming from your instructors that have been repeated so many times, they get taken for granted and are often overlooked in a match situation. These can be your most helpful ideas out on...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
A year ago, the Xavier Knights were competing in the “AAA” division of the Catholic High School Athletic League (CHSAA). The Knights compiled a great season, ultimately winning the AAA title, and as a result, made the decision to move up into the AA division, the most competitive one in the CHSAA...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The IHC Tennis Academy offers the best of both worlds—A tennis academy program combined with an incredible summer camp experience. Nestled in the beautiful rolling mountains of North Eastern Pennsylvania lies the IHC Tennis Academy. We offer a five night, all-inclusive tennis camp for kids at Camp...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Novak Djokovic walked to center court and, as he has made traditional for himself, ate a piece of the famed grass on Centre Court at the All-England Club. Djokovic post-match meal was him celebrating a seventh Wimbledon title as he beat Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6(3) on Sunday. The Serb has now...Read more
Queens native Jordan Chang was named the Player of the Day on Day Two at the USTA National Clay Court Championships in Delray Beach, Fla.
Steve Dorsey
The second day of action at the USTA Boys 18 & 16 National Clay Court Championships delivered more bright sunshine and temperatures in the 90s, adding to the elements all the players face daily playing against other elite opponents in a Tier 1 national tournament. Dylan Atkinson has especially...Read more
Press Release
USTA Eastern has hired entrepreneur and marketing executive Donyshia Boston-Hill to serve as Head of NJTL, Strategic Partnerships and Events for the section’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion department. In this capacity, Boston-Hill will work closely with USTA Eastern’s National Junior Tennis...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Elena Rybakina gave a small, contained fistpump on the final point of her match on Saturday against Ons Jabeur. The reaction was fitting for an opening round match, or even winning a set during a match. However, it was the biggest final point of her young career, as the 17th seed representing...Read more
Elena Rybakina powered past former champion Simona Halep to reach the Wimbledon final.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The women’s singles final at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, and it will feature two first-time finalists. Third-seeded Tunisian Ons Jabeur will take on Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina in Saturday’s final after both won their respective semifinals on Thursday. Jabeur was up first, and she defeated...Read more
The 18&Over 9.0 Eastern Sectional Champions captained by Akiko Tohmatsu
Christopher Dong
The USTA Eastern Metro Region Adult Leagues are in full swing, with many of the seasonal leagues finishing up earlier this winter, some are still playing, and others will begin as we head into the spring. Below is a recap of the action in the Metro Adult Leagues. League Winners 18&Over -...Read more
Press Release
The phenomenon “summer slide”, or summer learning loss, refers to the tendency for students, especially those from low-income families, to lose some of the academic skills gained during the previous school year due to lack of exposure to educational activities during the summer. This is because a...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Coming into this season, Frederick Douglass Academy had high expectations for itself. With a dynamic singles lineup, and a veteran leading the way in doubles, the Lions knew that this season could be a special one. “We had high expectations for sure,” said head coach Patrick Mangan. “We had four...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The second day of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships were played on Tuesday, and recent French Open finalists Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff both advanced into the second round, but did so much differently. The top-seeded Swiatek needed just one hour and 15 minutes to defeat Croatia’s Jana Fett 6-0, 6-3...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The first day of the 2022 Wimbledon main draw got underway on Monday, and defending champion Novak Djokovic was tested but was able to advance to the second round. The Serb dropped the second set to South Korea’s Soonwoo Kwon but did move to 17-0 in Wimbledon first-round matches by posting a 6-3, 3...Read more