Press Release
Helping young athletes attend the colleges of their choice, on full tennis scholarships when possible, is a foundational goal of SPORTIME and of JMTA. With dozens of JMTA students currently competing at top colleges across the country, today the Academy announced the Sixth Annual, 2022, John...Read more
Brian Coleman
For the first time, the best girls’ tennis teams in New York gathered in one place to compete for a state championship. It was the inaugural New York State Team Championship, and the level of play did not disappoint. With tennis primarily being an individual sport, team tennis presents a unique...Read more
Brian Coleman
All season long, Beacon and Hunter seemed to be on a collision course, destined to meet in the New York City PSAL “A” Division Championship. And when the two teams did square off, it did not disappoint. It proved to be a tightly-contested match, with Beacon edging out a 3-2 victory to claim its...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The first-ever New York State Team Tennis Championships were held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, and the inaugural event did not disappoint. Eight of the best teams, four Large Schools and four Small Schools, in the state gathered in Queens on Friday to compete for the title...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The finals are all set in New York City as the PSAL’s “A” Division semifinals were played on Monday afternoon, resulting in Beacon facing off with Hunter in Wednesday’s city championship. Beacon defeated McKee/Staten Island Tech 4-1 in its semifinal. Natalie Bergmann, Nyla Ferdinand and Naisha...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The playoffs in New York City are heating up with competitive matches throughout the PSAL, and on Thursday, the “A” Division quarterfinals, and the “B” Division semifinals, were played. “A” Quarterfinals Stuyvesant 3, Bronx Science 2 Sara Novo won at first singles and Sonia Atlas was a winner at...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The playoffs in New York City continued on Monday afternoon, with early round matchups in the PSAL “A” Division and “B” Division brackets taking place throughout the city. Below are the scores from Monday’s action, via PSAL . Click Here to find updated playoff brackets. ►Martin Van Buren 3,...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Below are the scores from across New York City on Monday, via PSAL : Bard 5, Seward Park 0 Hunter 5, Beacon 0 Lab Museum 5, Frederick Douglass 0 Bronx Science 5, Stuyvesant 0 High School for American Studies 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0 Lincoln 5, John Dewey 0 Franklin Lane 5, Robert F. Kennedy 0 The...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Nyla Ferdinand won her match at first singles to lead Beacon to the 5-0 victory over the High School for American Studies on Wednesday afternoon. Naisha Rathi won her match at second singles, while Mia Sarzynska notched a third singles victory. To round out the scoring for Beacon, Maya Joy...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Francis Lewis defeated Forest Hills 4-1 on Tuesday afternoon, improving its record to 5-2 and into a first-place tie with Forest Hills in New York City’s A1 League. Wen Shan Lin won 10-3 at first singles, while Hee Joo Shin won at second singles and Evgenia Sakellaridis notched a victory at third...Read more