New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Centercourt Athletic Club of Marlboro is offering tennis and multi-sport camps for children ages three and up this summer, with individualized attention, kid-sized equipment, and a wide range of sports and activities. The camps, which run from June 16-Aug. 29, are designed to introduce young...Read more
John W. Sherwood
Four warm-ups for a match? I know, it does seem excessive. However, as a junior player working your way through the competitive pathway following these simple guidelines will give your body and mind the best chance of being prepared and focused from the 1st point of the match! Let’s address these...Read more
Cosmin Cotet
The customers define your success In his book, The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith makes the simple statement, “It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer or the baker that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest.” A business is more successful when the...Read more
Rob Polishook
What images come to mind when you hear the phrases “Once upon a time,” “Imagine this” or “Remember the time?” For most, these words kick-start a sense of relaxation, almost as if a movie begins to play through our mind about something that once happened. If you are really in tune with yourself, the...Read more
Luke Jensen
How is your tennis IQ? I believe smart tennis players are successful tennis players. I have always viewed myself as a tennis junkie. I can watch any level of play and really enjoy it. When I was a player, I would sit and watch players compete and learn the do's and don'ts of how to play under...Read more
George Garland
I’m a tennis lifer—a product of the tennis boom in the U.S. in the 1970s. It may sound crazy, but from the first time I picked up a racquet as a 15-year-old in 1971, I knew I would be in tennis for the rest of my life. I’m not kidding. In the 43 years that followed, I have played on the high school...Read more
Gilad Bloom
Tennis is a unique sport in so many ways. Being an individual sport makes it highly mental, as there is no contact between the opponents, both players are never on the same side of the court, and the battle is more tactical and psychological. A tennis player, unlike in team sports, cannot play the...Read more
Lisa Dodson
It’s no secret that there is nothing exciting about the ball toss for the tennis serve. In fact, the important details can be somewhat tedious and are subsequently glossed over. The exciting part is that great toss technique will potentially add many miles per hour to your serve, amplify spin,...Read more
Cosmin Cotet
In today’s world of tennis, it pays to be stubborn. Those of us who watched the 2013 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final saw how defending champion Novak Djokovic captured his fourth title in Melbourne at the expense of Andy Murray in a thrilling four-hour match. It was a performance that showcased...Read more
Andy Stuber
Adult classes are getting very popular and are a great way for you to share the great sport of tennis with your peers. But, as coaches and instructors, how do make the best out of your adult tennis class? Preparation is everything Preparation starts early with good time management. Try to schedule...Read more