Brian Coleman
At the beginning of this year, USPTA Eastern ushered in a new era in the organization’s history as Michael Smookler was named its new President. While Smookler is new to the role of President, he takes over the position with a wealth of experience on USPTA boards dating back to 2005. “Our goal is...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
On Wednesday, the All England Club confirmed a report that it would now be allowing players from Russia and Belarus to participate in the 2022 Wimbledon Championships due to their nation’s involvement in the invasion of Ukraine. The All England Club released a statement that read: “Given the...Read more
Press Release
The Mayor Dinkins' Cup is the largest free junior interscholastic tennis competition in the nation, with players from all over New York City representing public, parochial, and private schools. Formerly the Mayor's Cup, New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL) renamed the tournament the Mayor...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Below are scores from across New York City on Tuesday afternoon. The scores are via PSAL.org. Click Here to see the full results : Fort Hamilton 5, John Dewey 0 Franklin D. Roosevelt 4, Lafayette 0 Leon Goldstein 5, James Madison 0 Townsend Harris 5, Francis Lewis 0 Thomas Edison 5, John Bowne 0...Read more
Press Release
The USTA today announced the official ticket on-sale dates for the 2022 US Open. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, June 6. American Express Card Members will get exclusive access to individual session tickets prior to the general public beginning on Wednesday, June 1. The US...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
As you head west on the George Washington Bridge, crossing the Hudson River into New Jersey, there exists an idyllic tennis world where the sport is engrained into the fabric of the area’s lifestyle. Tucked neatly in Englewood on the scenic Next Day Hill Drive, there is a property for sale that...Read more
Poland's Magda Linette won the Bronx Open back in 2019. The tournament will return this year at The Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning in the Bronx.
Press Release
New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL) is excited to welcome back the NYJTL Bronx Open from August 14-21, 2022 at the world-class Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning in the south Bronx. This year’s event is a $60,000 USTA Pro-Circuit Tournament during the week leading into the US...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Below are scores from across New York City on Tuesday afternoon. The scores are via PSAL.org. Click Here to see the full results : Hunter 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0 Midwood 5, New Utrecht 0 Fort Hamilton 5, Lafeyette Educational 0 Jamaica 5, Hillcrest 0 Newcomers 5, Long Island City 0 New Dorp 4, CSIHS...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Below are scores from across New York City on Tuesday afternoon. The scores are via PSAL.org. Click Here to see the full results : ►Beacon 4, Eleanor Roosevelt 1 ►Hunter 3, Bronx Science 2 ►Stuyvesant 5, High School for American Studies 0 ►Manhattan Science & Math 5, Dewitt Clinton 0 ►Fort...Read more
Brian Coleman
Competing as a high-level junior tennis player can sometimes feel like a full- time job. Between the training, practices, fitness, travelling and match preparation, it’s often difficult to find a balanced schedule, especially when you factor in school and a normal social life. It’s for this reason...Read more
Steve Annacone
Tennis has changed. The balls are traveling much faster than ever before. Even at the club level, it is difficult to sustain a longer rally due to the lack of time in between shots. This change means that players need to be able to hit their shots from many different positions on the court. Even...Read more
Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz won the Miami Open on Sunday, becoming the youngest men's champion in the event's history.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
A star-studded two weeks in Miami came to a close this weekend, as Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz and Poland’s Iga Swiatek claimed the Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles titles at the Miami Open, respectively. Swiatek completed the Sunshine Double on Saturday, winning titles at both Indian Wells and Miami,...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Heading out to the East End of Long Island, travelers are presented with beautiful scenery featuring farms, wineries, markets, shops and more. You can head down to the beach, or grab lunch at one of the many restaurants along the way. But for tennis players, there exists a hidden gem inside the...Read more
Dr. Tom Ferraro
This article is Part Two in a 10-part series from Dr. Tom Ferraro. Click Here to read Part One . Over the years I have learned a key intervention that helps tennis players in their effort to win is anticipating any and all problems that will occur during an event and preparing a reaction to it...Read more
Gilad Bloom
One of the biggest challenges of a tennis player is to compete at a high level in an official tournament match. Often there is a big drop, and the things that looked simple in practice at the local club all-week become harder. It seems to be more difficult when you play a Friday night match on...Read more