| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
“Should I buy into a tennis franchise or continue on my path as a registered nurse?” This is the dilemma Jim Donnelly faced years ago. “At the time, I was 25-years-old and the opportunity arose for me to purchase a franchised tennis store, Tennis Emporium,” said Donnelly. “Tennis Emporium was the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Perhaps you have heard of ClayTech? Many still have not. This court surface has been around for close to 20 years in Europe and nearly 10 years in the United States, but is only just beginning to catch on here as the preferred home tennis court. If you have an existing hard court or are planning...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Trying to figure out a way to maintain your tennis training momentum throughout the offseason? Indoor tennis is a lot more viable than you might think. New York’s harsh winters make outdoor tennis strictly a seasonal sport—unless you can move it indoors. And while indoor tennis may seem like an...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The new lightning-fast Donnay-Xenecore SuperLite 114 is one of the most maneuverable tennis rackets ever made, thanks to its solid Xenecore construction throughout the frame that is twice as light and three times as strong as conventional hollow rackets. Solid-core construction is the key to the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Best Lights 100 Park Drive ♦ Troy, Mich. (800) 545-2928 Info@BestLights.com ♦ BestLights.com Best Lights Triangular LED 630-watt indirect series for indoor tennis facilities and air structures is saving clients 50 percent on energy bills, with up to 50 percent increased light levels on the courts...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
According to the International Tennis Federation (ITF), half of all tennis players will suffer from tennis elbow ( Itftennis.com ). Thirty-four of the top 40 ATP and WTA men and women have been sidelined recently from shoulder, wrist and elbow injury or surgery ( TennisInsights.com/Injuries ). In...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
Most businesses only think of their customers as dollar signs. But that isn’t the case at Solow Sports in Huntington, N.Y. “I want to provide high-end tour level services to everyday people,” said Solow Sports Owner Julien Klein , who bought the store back in August of 2013. “I want the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Har-Tru has announced the availability of the CourtPac Electric, perfect for communities where noise restrictions are in place. The CourtPac Electric has zero emissions, and can be operated indoors or in covered areas by a single AC motor powered by four 12-volt deep-cycle batteries. Safety...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Best Lights has spent the past three years researching and developing its Triangular LED™ 630-watt indirect series. Its design incorporates stable, economical and durable components. Through the use of a proprietary reflector Best Lights is able to produce more light using less wattage and has...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
John Eagleton, one of the most winning players in University of Miami history and coach to many top players, has launched an innovative online video lesson series based on his proprietary Techne Tennis teaching method. He also began certifying teaching pros and coaches who will use Techne Tennis as...Read more