The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills has named former French Open doubles champion Luke Jensen as its new Director of Racquet Sports, the club has announced.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills has named former French Open doubles champion Luke Jensen as its new Director of Racquet Sports, the club has announced. Jensen, who is the first tennis professional to be given this title in the 126-year history of the club, will start in his new role on...Read more
Peter Mendelsohn
Many of you have dealt with the awkwardness of hearing someone else’s lovemaking session. Perhaps you had an overzealous roommate or the walls in your apartment were too thin. Maybe you put your headphones on, turned up the music, and hoped the noises would end soon. Or maybe you just decided to go...Read more
Brian Coleman
The road to the New York City Championship in Boys High School Tennis has gone through Beacon for a decade. And that may be an understatement. Beacon defeated Bronx Science 4-1 in last year’s PSAL Championship to claim its 10th City Title in a row, a mark of its incredible consistency year-in and...Read more
Brian Coleman
Nadejda Maslova was crowned as the top player in New York City high school tennis last year as she defeated the top-seed Christina Huynh of Bronx Science 6-1, 6-4 in the Public School Athletic League (PSAL) Individual Singles Championship. Playing in the top singles spot for James Madison, Maslova...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The draft for the 2018 World TeamTennis season was held in Indian Wells, Calif. on Tuesday, and the New York Empire unveiled their roster for the upcoming season. Returning for the Empire will be Americans John Isner and Mardy Fish, as well as Canadian Eugenie Bouchard and Great Britain’s Neal...Read more
Brian Coleman
Anybody who knows New York City tennis is familiar with the life and work of Howie Arons. The longtime Coach at Benjamin Cardozo High School in Queens anchored a dominant run that spanned nearly four decades, winning 584 matches and 18 city titles. Howie was more than just a Coach. He was also an...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The goal of the New York Tennis Expo was to promote and grow the sport of tennis from all of its angles. That included the addition of a Tennis Fashion Show featuring the latest and trendiest in tennis apparel and accessories. The Fashion Show took place in the center of the Expo Hall, with players...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
It was an exciting evening of tennis inside the World’s Most Famous Arena on Monday night as fans poured into Madison Square Garden to watch a unique style of play with some of the sport’s biggest names in the first ever Tie Break Tens tournament inside the United States. The competition featured...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
More than 3,700 attendees came out for the New York Tennis Expo on Feb. 10 at NYCB Live, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in the largest event of its kind in the country. This marked the fifth New York Tennis Expo, the first held in conjunction with a professional tournament. This year...Read more
Peter Mendelsohn
Christopher Eubanks was born in Atlanta, Georgia on May 5, 1996. With a father that was 6 feet 3 inches tall, and a mother that was 5 feet 7 inches tall, everyone expected Chris to be tall. But no one expected him to balloon all the way to 6 feet 7 inches tall. After an illustrious high school...Read more