New York Tennis Magazine Staff
For the third straight year, the Centercourt Warriors have won the USTA’s New Jersey Region/Northern Jersey Championship. The 12U team finished atop the league with a record of 19-1, including 109 individual victories and only 11 losses, in a season that ran from October to May. “The three straight...Read more
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Vinicius Carmo
Unfortunately, tennis is not as popular a sport as soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and many other team sports where you have teammates to share pressure when winning and losing. Tennis is an expensive sport, and it requires a financial and time commitment from the player’s parents. Junior tennis...Read more
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Jarett Cascino
Imagine dedicating your heart and soul to a competitive sport throughout your childhood and adolescence just to give it up at the age of 20 or 30. After you “retire” from your passion, in order for you to play the sport you love, you need to gather a large group of people together in order to play...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The youth of New York City will once again this summer have the chance to learn and showcase their tennis skills. CityParks Tennis is bringing back the Lacoste Junior Tennis Academy , the free training program for advanced junior tennis players ages eight through 17. The academy provides free...Read more
City Parks Foundation is kicking off its 2019 spring sports programs for young people and seniors this April. From April through June, City Parks Foundation will host over 800 youth and 600 seniors in over 20 neighborhood parks and recreation centers for
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City Parks Foundation is kicking off its 2019 spring sports programs for young people and seniors this April. From April through June, City Parks Foundation will host over 800 youth and 600 seniors in over 20 neighborhood parks and recreation centers for participation in FREE sports programs. Youth...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
For the first time, the USTA Eastern hosted an interregional Junior Team Tennis event at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The tournament featured teams and players from Long Island, New Jersey and New York City, competing against one another for a chance to advance to the USTA...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Each year, the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning hosts the NYJTL Hartman Cup , which celebrates the end of the facility’s Early Morning Winter Community Tennis Program. The tournament is held in honor Louis H. Hartman, grandfather of NYJTL founder and friend of Arthur Ashe, Skip Hartman...Read more
Brian Coleman
For top junior athletes, the constant training and relentless practice schedules can often times be overwhelming, which makes striking a balance between other sports and activities incredibly important. Ian Smith, a high school junior who trains out of The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, N.Y...Read more
What is athleticism? You cannot define the term on one individual characteristic. One athlete may have more power, more speed or more conditioning, etc. but each individual junior player’s game should be molded around their talents.
Andy Wegman
What is athleticism? You cannot define the term on one individual characteristic. One athlete may have more power, more speed or more conditioning, etc. but each individual junior player’s game should be molded around their talents. Whether they can do six push-ups vs. 10 push-ups, run one mile in...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Advantage Junior Tennis Camp at Roosevelt Island Racquet Club (RIRC) 281 Main Street Roosevelt Island, N.Y. Contact: Steve O’Keefe (212) 935-0250 AdvantageCamps.net Advantage_All_City_Logo.jpg Advantage Junior Tennis Camp is “tennis heaven for kids”–giving players ages seven to 17 more drills, more...Read more