New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The USTA Eastern Tennis Conference returns to an in-person event in 2022, and is set for January 28-29, 2022, at the Sheraton Mahwah Hotel in Mahwah, N.J. In the days leading up to the in-person event, there will also be four virtual webinars held featuring special guests. Below is the full...Read more
Jeremy Schmitter
Tennis is a game of facing constantly evolving challenges and attempting to find an answer that can allow you to overcome them. Fortunately, we live in an amazing era, filled with a vast wealth of knowledge on almost any topic we can imagine, as well as the ability to access much of that...Read more
Cinto Casanova
One of the most frequent mistake coaches, parents and observers do when analyzing their young player’s performance is failing to see the tight relationship between coordination and physical skill with the specific technical skills of tennis. How specific coordination and training can help our young...Read more
Chris Lewit
I recently recorded a podcast for my show, Prodigy Maker, in which I discussed the topic of Moonballing, especially in junior tennis. The topic got a lot of commentary online and I wanted to share some thoughts from the show with the Long Island Tennis Magazine readership, and my experience...Read more
Khrystsina Tryboi
Let's start from the beginning. Take yourself back to the starting point of your tennis journey. Close your eyes and imagine being a kid who can’t stay still and all you want to do is just have fun. Your parents bring you to a tennis court and you just love the amount of balls flying around and the...Read more
One of the most under-developed skill sets for competitive tennis players is their ability to scout opponents and then build a winning plan against their opponent based on their scouting.
Conrad Singh
One of the most under-developed skill sets for competitive tennis players is their ability to scout opponents and then build a winning plan against their opponent based on their scouting. The ability to create a game plan from scouting opponents is an essential factor for the player to be able to...Read more
Brian Coleman
Earlier this fall, the Flushing Meadows Corona Park courts played host to a special kind of junior tennis tournament, the Matt Stevenson Junior Tennis Tournament. This unique event used the platform of competition to raise awareness on the importance of mental health. Click Here to see more photos...Read more
Farhad Roshanaie
There are different methods to estimate the intensity in sport such as using heart rate, VO2, blood lactate concentration, and Rated Perceived Exertion (RPE). Breathing techniques have an effect on the Nervous System, and the heart rate and is a good method to measure the athlete's optimal...Read more
Brian Coleman
As he watched the ball sail beyond the baseline, Samir Banerjee dropped his racquet, put his hands on his head and turned to the area in the stands where his family, friends and coaches were sitting inside Court One at the All-England Lawn Club. “I was pretty much in shock, and that’s sort of what...Read more
Anna Tatishvili
Tennis is a highly intellectual and intuitive sport. The foundation for competitive play starts from an early age, and it is necessary to develop mental abilities, tennis skills and, of course, passion. These are the qualities which form a successful tennis player. Before each match a player should...Read more