| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Sophomore Barbie Quagliardi could not have asked for a better start to her Adelphi career. Quagliardi, who transferred from New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), was named the Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Week . She paired with Nicole Kielan, a junior, to win the 2019 ITA Division II...Read more
Port Washington defeated Roslyn to remain undefeated on the season.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
►Port Washington 6, Roslyn 1 Port Washington’s Charlotte Forman fought from a set down to beat Angelina Remnek 3-6, 7-5, 6-0 as the Vikings remained undefeated on the season. ►Baldwin 7, Carey/Sewanhaka 0 Nicolette Carrion won at first singles to lead Baldwin to the win and get back to .500 on the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Har-Tru LLC has introduced an exciting new product that makes it easier than ever to install and use subsurface irrigation. The HyQ Court is a cutting-edge, upgraded system that takes advantage of technology improvements for greater performance and results. The HyQ Court was built off the proven...Read more
  | By Barbara Wyatt
“It’s not about the score, Madison.” Madison shoved the racket in her tennis bag and stomped off the court. She collapsed onto a bench a few feet away from me and covered her face with her hands. “You played well Madison.” “I sucked.” “It’s not about the score.” She lifted her hands from her face,...Read more
The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills hosted the 8th annual "Little Mo" Internationals in late August.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, N.Y. hosted the eighth annual “Little Mo” Internationals earlier this summer, as some of the top junior tennis players from around the world came to New York to compete in the second leg of the “Little Mo” Slam. The week-long event began with a free clinic...Read more
  | By Nick Horvat
Endurance in the most limiting and arguably the most important factor in the science of human performance. To a certain extent, we all have a lack of endurance in something that we do, and we could all benefit greatly from improving it. If our professional work is connected to a physical activity...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
For the fourth straight year, Long Island Tennis Magazine and the USTA Eastern Long Island Region partnered to put on multiple free events for kids throughout Long Island, as hundreds came out for the Nassau County Kids Day and Suffolk County Kids Day events. Click Here to see more photos from the...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
Just a couple of years ago, Neel Rajesh was one of the top high school players on Long Island. Competing for one of the best high school teams on the Island in the Syosset Braves, he played atop the lineup at first singles and helped lead his team to a both a Nassau County Championship and Long...Read more
Ruth Abraham and Alex Ho won at first doubles to clinch Syosset's victory over Roslyn on Wednesday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Syosset Braves moved to 2-0 on the young season with a 6-1 victory over Roslyn on Wednesday afternoon. The defending Nassau County champions got wins from Caroline Lee and Sarah Wong at first and second singles, respectively, as both players were able to secure victories in three sets. The...Read more
Kim Clijsters playing at the annual Johnny Mac Tennis Project Pro-Am earlier this summer.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Nearly a decade after playing her last match, Belgium’s Kim Clijsters announced on Thursday that she will be making a comeback to the WTA Tour in 2020. “I don’t really feel like I want to prove something,” Clijsters told the WTA Insider Podcast. “I think for me it’s the challenge.” Clijsters last...Read more
  | By Joao Pinho
Many pros or clubs aspire to develop a robust high-performance program, with the goal of developing, attracting and retaining competitive juniors. While many attempt to do so, the reality is that few are able to deliver a product that can be truly qualified as a high-performance program . The...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
Later this fall, one of the fastest growing and possibly most challenging racket sports will arrive in the USTA Eastern Section, as Chestnut Ridge Racquet Club in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. will play host to two One-on-One Doubles Tournaments in early October. One-on-One Doubles is a half-court, serve-and-...Read more
Tennis sensation Coco Gauff with Chef Masaharu Morimoto at the 2019 Citi Taste of Tennis event in New York City.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Just prior to the start of the 2019 US Open, the event that has become a staple of the pre-tournament festivities, Citi Taste of Tennis, turned 20-years-old. Citi Taste of Tennis celebrated two-decades of bringing food and tennis together as Cipriani 42nd St. in midtown Manhattan hosted the party,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Serve and Return, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has announced a new program designed to empower girls, called “Sky’s the Limit Tennis”. “The goal of Sky’s the Limit Tennis is to empower 20 girls, ages 10 through 18, to become the leaders of tomorrow through tennis, performance excellence,...Read more
Marcella Kanes and Arielle Rokhsar helped Wheatley win its first match of the year with a third doubles win on Monday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The high school season in Nassau County got underway on Monday afternoon, and the Wheatley Wildcats got its season off on the right foot as it went on the road to play Garden City. Wheatley notched a 5-2 victory, picking up wins from all three of its singles players as Kaya Amin, Kavina Amin and...Read more