Leylah Fernandez hoists her runner-up trophy at the 2021 U.S. Open.
Brian Coleman
This story first appeared in the November/December 2021 issue of New York Tennis Magazine. Click Here to read the full digital edition New York City is truly the place where dreams come true. The world’s beacon of opportunity, which inspires millions to make the pilgrimage in hopes of making it big...Read more
Rohan Goetzke with Richard Krajicek and his son, Alec, and Nick Bollettieri.
Brian Coleman
At the beginning of 2020, Rohan Goetzke began the newest chapter of his tennis career when he accepted a position as Director of Tennis at Bogota Racquet Club and joined the CourtSense team. It was the latest, and possibly final, stop on a remarkable tennis journey that began on the other side of...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
In recent years, racquet sports have become more and more popular throughout the country and across the globe. Pickleball and Padel Tennis have become two of the fastest growing sports, and are played by not only tennis players, but other athletes as well who find them an ideal way to pick up a...Read more
Anna Tatishvili coaching at a Cary Leeds Center Academy practice session.
Brian Coleman
As she approached the possibility of a fourth surgery on her ankle, Anna Tatishvili faced the tough decision that many professional athletes must face at one point in their careers: continue to work through rehab and play through pain, or hang it up. “It was towards the end of 2019, I was rehabbing...Read more
Brian Coleman
Each day, Agnia Vustsina takes a 20-minute walk towards the coast of Gravesend Bay in Brooklyn where she arrives at MatchPoint NYC Bensonhurst, a beautiful facility that sits in view of the Verrazano Bridge. The top-ranked rising eighth-grader in New York, according to TennisRecruiting.net, has...Read more
Brian Coleman
This article first appeared in the September/October 2021 issue of New York Tennis Magazine. Click Here to read the full digital edition. Earlier this summer, Giuliana “Gugu” Olmos got the phone call that many athletes from all sports can only dream about getting. While driving with her husband,...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
He spent 40 years perfecting the art and science of pre-trial commercial litigation tactics and strategy – and sharing his expertise through teaching at law schools and legal institutes, lecturing to attorneys, training attorneys at the Inns of Court Foundation, writing numerous articles in legal...Read more
Brian Coleman
Tennis is a sport that has an impact beyond the wins and losses on the court. It’s a sport that demands dedication and instills a work ethic, helping young people develop character traits that can be utilized in all walks of life. Embodying this mantra is Parsa Samii, a former collegiate and...Read more
Brian Coleman
A year ago, the country was in the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic and no one knew what the future would hold. Perhaps no place was hit harder in terms of infection rates, but also economically, than New York City. There wasn’t a single industry that was left unaffected by the lack of people...Read more
Brian Coleman
Last year, as the global pandemic continued to wreak havoc on our normal everyday lives, organizations were forced to rethink how they planned their events, including ones that had been well-established. For the Johnny Mac Tennis Project (JMTP) and its annual Pro-Am tennis tournament , this meant...Read more