New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Tuesday Evening Session (Session #18) of the 2012 U.S. Open was officially cancelled earlier this evening. According to the USTA’s inclement weather policy, fans may exchange tonight’s Session 18 tickets for the same session in 2013. The USTA is also offering fans the following options for...Read more
Deborah-Rose Andrews
We had beautiful weather for the 2012 Mixed-Doubles Regional Playoffs, as everyone had a great time. Check out our Facebook page (Metrotennis Leagues) to view the photos from this event. Congratulations to the following teams that advanced to the Sectional Championship: ►6.0 Level The Brooklyn team...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Do you want to work on your singles game, without affecting your USTA rating? Does your schedule make it difficult to play on a USTA League team? USTA’s Flex League may be for you. Flex Leagues allow you to play when it’s convenient for you. You decide the match day, time and location with your...Read more
Deborah-Rose Andrews
The 2012 Mixed-Doubles season is nearly over and the Spring/Summer season is getting under way in Manhattan. The Manhattan Mixed-Doubles Playoff were held Saturday, March 3 at the West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, N.Y., as the weather was nice and the players were able to go out on to the...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
In May 2011 at the age of 38, Debbie Persaud was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Stage IIIB breast cancer. She is a regulatory affairs manager (contractor) who works for Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson Company in Somerville, N.J. This article will share Debbie’s story on how the sport of...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Do you want to work on your singles game without impacting your USTA rating? Does your schedule make it difficult to play on a USTA League team? If so, the USTA Flex League may be for you. Flex Leagues allow you to play when it’s convenient for you. You decide the match day, time and location with...Read more
Carole Blake
I absolutely LOVE playing tennis! My mom was a club tennis champion in Baltimore in the 1930s, and she actually played tennis on the last day of her life at the age of 83. I learned the game at the age of 10 at a summer camp, and I’ve been playing socially ever since. According to Wikipedia, “...Read more
Brent Shearer
You've probably heard by now … the news is out. It's all over the city's public courts, from Central Park to Riverside Park, to my home courts in East River Park, or, as we call it, the East Village Country Club. I'm not a 5.0 on the National Tennis Rating Program’s (NTRP) scale anymore. If I ever...Read more
Marvin Jeffrey
Tennis, over the last few years, has become more enjoyable for me since I stopped competing in tournaments and started playing in USTA league matches. Through tennis, I've met some amazing people with whom I've bonded and have become very good friends with. In 2011, I had a great deal of people...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2011 year-end NTRP ratings for the current 335,000 USTA League players are scheduled to be published to Tennislink on Monday, Nov. 28. Most players will be maintaining their current levels of play, but for those who see their rating change, we are providing information about why you may have...Read more