New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The playoffs in New York City continued on Thursday afternoon with a number of teams moving on in either the “A” or “B” Division brackets. Below are results from Thursday’s action. Click Here to see the full results and brackets . ►Bard 4, FDR 1 ►Stuyvesant 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0 ►​Dewitt Clinton 5...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The PSAL “A” and “B” Division playoffs were in full swing on Wednesday with many teams advancing into the second round of the brackets. Susan Wagner edged Petrides 3-2 thanks to its singles play as it received wins from Owais Mulla, Eric Kremerman and Jelani Blow to advance. Below are the other...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Nick Kyrgios was defaulted from his second-round match against Norwegian Caspar Rudd after an outburst on court during the match’s third set at the Italian Rome in Rome on Thursday . At two-sets-all and 1-1 in the deciding third set, Kyrgios was upset at movement in the crowd during his service...Read more
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New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the 2019 French Open, set to begin May 26th, citing lingering effects of a shoulder injury which is still not fully healed. Hampered by the bum shoulder since late last summer after being knocked out of the Round of 16 by Carla Suárez Navarro at the U.S. Open, the...Read more
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Vinicius Carmo
Unfortunately, tennis is not as popular a sport as soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and many other team sports where you have teammates to share pressure when winning and losing. Tennis is an expensive sport, and it requires a financial and time commitment from the player’s parents. Junior tennis...Read more
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Jarett Cascino
Imagine dedicating your heart and soul to a competitive sport throughout your childhood and adolescence just to give it up at the age of 20 or 30. After you “retire” from your passion, in order for you to play the sport you love, you need to gather a large group of people together in order to play...Read more
Mike Puc
As players age, the tactics of the game of tennis also change. The typical, albeit annoying, byproduct of getting older is the loss of mobility and power. Instead of remembering how fast and strong you were and trying to recapture this younger innate characteristic, it would be wise to accept the...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
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New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Two local programs and conference rivals, New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and Queens College, squared off in the NCAA Tournament Division II second round on Tuesday for a spot in the Sweet 16. The Knights were able to exact some revenge on the Bears, as NYIT won the East Coast Conference...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Long Island Tennis Magazine (LITM) continues its local grassroots push by running a series of events and tournaments throughout the 2019 summer known as the the 2019 LITM Summer Series. The 2019 Summer Series will begin on Saturday, June 8 at The Hamlet Golf & Country Club in Commack, N.Y., as...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
It was a thrilling fortnight of tennis in central Spain as some of the best tennis players in the world competed in the Mutua Madrid Open, and in the end, Novak Djokovic and Kiki Bertens won the men’s singles and women’s singles titles , respectively. Djokovic outplayed young Greek star Stefanos...Read more
Brian Coleman
Later this fall, one of the fastest growing and possibly most challenging racket sports will arrive in the USTA Eastern Section, as Chestnut Ridge Racquet Club in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. will play host to two One-on-One Doubles Tournaments in early October. One-on-One Doubles is a half-court, serve-and-...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The decorated career of Spaniard David Ferrer came to a close this week as he competed in his final tournament at the Mutua Madrid Open. Ferrer had announced earlier this year that Madrid would be the last tournament of his career, and it ended at the hands of third-seeded German Alexander Zverev,...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
When the cold grips your region deep in the heart of winter, picture a day with the temperatures hovering in the mid-70s. You’ve just finished a round of tennis with a good friend at a perfectly maintained Tennis Center. Now it’s time to head for lunch at the Grille Room with your playing partners...Read more
Gilad Bloom
You probably won't hear about it on the Tennis Channel or in the mainstream media, but there is a boiling controversy that is shaking up the lower tier (Futures and Challengers) pro circuit. Beginning in January 2019, the ITF implemented a new structure to the circuit , introducing a new ranking...Read more