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Miriam Aziz won back-to-back PSAL singles titles to conclude her high school career. Aziz was also named the recipient of this year's Wingate Award.
Brian Coleman
This story first appeared in the January/February 2020 issue of New York Tennis Magazine. Click Here to read the full digital edition . McKee/Staten Island Tech senior Miriam Aziz concluded her high school career this past fall, and did so in grand fashion. Aziz won the Public School Athletic...Read more
Brian Coleman
In the summer of 2019, some of the best junior tennis players from across the country gathered at the Winward Lake Club in Alpharetta, Ga. for the USTA Girls 12s National Championships. The tournament is one of the more prestigious ones on the junior circuit, and can provide a real test for the...Read more
Kyle Edmund defeated Andreas Seppi to win the 2020 New York Open title on Sunday.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
It started at the New York Tennis Expo and finished on center court at trophy presentation, and Kyle Edmund will always remember his week on Long Island. The 62nd ranked man from Great Britain captured the New York Open singles title inside NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum,...Read more
The British-Pakistani pairing of Dominic Inglot and Aisam-Ul-Haq Quereshi captured the New York Open doubles title on Sunday afternoon, downing the American duo of Reilly Opelka and Steve Johnson 7-6(5), 7-6(6).
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The British-Pakistani pairing of Dominic Inglot and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi captured the New York Open doubles title on Sunday afternoon, downing the American duo of Reilly Opelka and Steve Johnson 7-6(5), 7-6(6) inside NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. “I think it was, in the...Read more
American John Isner looks to build off of a semifinal run at the New York Open last year when he returns to Long Island next week.
Brian Coleman
No place on earth possesses a bigger stage than New York, so it’s only fitting that some of tennis’ biggest (literally) stars will be on Long Island competing in the New York Open. The third year of the New York Open will begin on Sunday, February 9 at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans...Read more
Last year, the New York Tennis Expo brought together more than 5,200 people for this one-of-a-kind event, and we expect an even bigger turnout when the event returns on Sunday, February 9.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Last year, the New York Tennis Expo brought together more than 5,200 people for this one-of-a-kind event, and we expect an even bigger turnout when the event returns on Sunday, February 9. The Expo has something for the whole family, and activities for the non-tennis fan. Click Here for your FREE...Read more
Beginning this year, Queens College will begin offering a new course designed to increase the quality and quantity of professionals in the tennis industry.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Beginning this year, Queens College will begin offering a new course designed to increase the quality and quantity of professionals in the tennis industry. The course is the product of a partnership between the USTA-U and CUNY (City University of New York), who are teaming up to provide an...Read more
Robbie Werdiger
This story first appeared in the January/February 2020 edition of New York Tennis Magazine. Click Here to read the full digital edition The “Big Three” As the calendar flips to a new decade, three familiar names still remain atop the ATP World Tour rankings. The three greatest players of all-time...Read more
MatchPoint co-founders Dmitry Druzhinsky (left) and Nino Muhatasov (right) with Brooklyn Borough President Eric Leroy Adams
Brian Coleman
Nearly 30 years ago, Nino Muhatasov came to the United States from Ukraine, a former Soviet Union Republic, where he was a member of the country’s National Team as a junior. Muhatasov arrived in Coney Island, the Southernmost part of Brooklyn which has a large Russian-speaking population. Muhatasov...Read more
Top-ranked American John Isner returns to NYCB LIVE for a third consecutive year.
Press Release
The New York Open will return to Long Island for the third consecutive year, with top tier players hitting to the home of the black court at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The iconic event, being held from February 9 through February 16, is set to feature its strongest...Read more