The team from the National Tennis Center won the Metro Region's 14U Advanced Championship.
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The USTA Eastern Junior TeamTennis (JTT) Regional Championships took place over the last two weekends, with local teams battling for the chance to advance to the Sectional Championships, which will be held on Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 20 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
While there will be no “Little Mo” Sectionals this year, the “Little Mo” Regional Tournaments are coming to cities all across the United States this summer, including one right here in New York. The Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning in the Bronx will host one of the four Regional events,...Read more
Press Release
For the ninth year, young hopefuls from across the tri-state area will be out in force at SPORTIME Randall's Island, the John McEnroe Tennis Academy’s (JMTA) flagship location, on Saturday, June 19th, as SPORTIME and JMTA coaches seek to discover untapped tennis and athletic talent. The goal of...Read more
Steve Annacone
Practicing groundstrokes seems to be the main focus of most players. Rather than just standing in the middle of the baseline and starting the rally with a feed straight ahead, use your serve and return of serve to start the point. Hit the serve very slowly at first and hit the return of serve so...Read more
Brian Coleman
Since 2015, the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning has served as the flagship location of the New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL), and has used tennis and academics to help change the lives of many Bronx residents. “Cary Leeds Center impacts our kids in different ways,” said...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
This past weekend, USTA Eastern hosted several Early Development Camps at four different locations in the Section. The camps serve as the beginning of the Team USA Player Development Camp Pathway designed to provide additional opportunities for players ages 7-10, and emphasize fundamentals and...Read more
Brian Coleman
In chess, the ability to see multiple moves ahead and read your opponent is critical. The same can be said in tennis. And it’s that type of skill set that has led New York City native Cal Wider to be successful in both. Wider is a nationally ranked tennis player who was once also a nationally...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
New York Tennis Magazine's 2021 Camp Guide Advantage Junior Tennis Camp at Roosevelt Island Racquet Club (RIRC) 281 Main Street I Roosevelt Island, N.Y. Contact: Steve O’Keefe Advantage_Junior.png (212) 935-0250 Advantage Junior Tennis Camp is “tennis heaven for kids”–giving...Read more
Yevgeny Supeko
What is high-performance tennis and how can it be tackled by a coach and a player who is persistently seeking that ultimate success? First, it is critical to analyze a player's inborn physical abilities related to on-court efforts. We as coaches must study our player throughout prior to suggesting...Read more
Ray Josephs
“I don’t know.” As a coach, this is my least favorite answer when asking students something about their game, the drill we are doing, or any of the other litany of questions that come up during a normal tennis practice. In some instances they may actually not know! But more often it is the fear of...Read more