Spain’s Rafael Nadal added another footnote to his clay dominance, setting the record of consecutive set wins on one surface to 50.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Spain’s Rafael Nadal added another footnote to his clay dominance, setting the record of consecutive set wins on one surface to 50. Nadal defeated Diego Schwartzman 6-3, 6-4 in the third-round of the Madrid Open on Thursday, pushing his streak to 50 straight set wins on clay, surpassing John...Read more
Oyster Bay, N.Y. native and nationally-ranked junior Ronnie Hohmann with his coach, former ATP Pro Todd Widom, in Florida.
  | By Brian Coleman
Last year, Oyster Bay, N.Y.-born Ronnie Hohmann captured one of the most prestigious junior tournaments in the world, winning the Boys 16s Division title at the Eddie Herr International at the famed IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Hohmann defeated three of the draw’s top five seeds on his way to...Read more
The Nassau County Playoffs got underway on Wednesday with first-round action across the county taking place on a beautiful spring afternoon.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Nassau County Playoffs got underway on Wednesday with first-round action across the county taking place on a beautiful spring afternoon. The third-seeded Plainview Hawks got past Conference III-B champions Mepham 7-0, as Jared Phillips, Anthony Casale and Eric Treihaft each won their singles...Read more
The Syosset Braves are the three-time defending county champions.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Nassau County playoff bracket was unveiled on Tuesday night, with Syosset and Roslyn checking in as the top two seeds in the draw. Both programs receive byes into the quarterfinals. The Braves of Syosset will play the winner of eighth-seed Manhasset and ninth-seed Hewlett, while Roslyn awaits...Read more
Long Island’s Noah Rubin will make his French Open main draw debut later this month as the 22-year old won the USTA’s Roland Garros Wild Card Challenge.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Long Island’s Noah Rubin will make his French Open main draw debut later this month as the 22-year old won the USTA’s Roland Garros Wild Card Challenge. Rubin, currently ranked 196th, captured his fourth career ATP Challenger title with his win at the USTA Pro Circuit Challenger in Tallahassee last...Read more
Over the last two years, I have received countless e-mails about my first book, Tennis Inside the Zone: 32 Mental Training Workouts for Champions. I have enjoyed the feedback on how it has helped junior players stay focused, adapt and compete like a champ
  | By Rob Polishook
Over the last two years, I have received countless e-mails about my first book, Tennis Inside the Zone: 32 Mental Training Workouts for Champions . I have enjoyed the feedback on how it has helped junior players stay focused, adapt and compete like a champion under the most difficult situation...Read more
The USTA Eastern 2018 Hall of Fame Class.
  | By USTA Eastern Staff
USTA Eastern and the Junior Tennis Foundation (JTF) inducted four extraordinary new members into the Eastern Hall of Fame Class of 2018 on Saturday, April 28, at the historic New York Athletic Club in Manhattan. Eastern legends David Benjamin, Lloyd Emanuel, Robert Kenas and Nadine Netter Levy were...Read more
With the Suffolk County regular season having come to a close, the boys’ tennis season in Nassau County wraps up on Monday, and many teams across the county played multiple matches this past weekend.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
With the Suffolk County regular season having come to a close, the boys’ tennis season in Nassau County wraps up on Monday, and many teams across the county played multiple matches this past weekend. Bouncing back from its defeat to Roslyn that snapped its long winning streak on Thursday, the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
As the summer approaches here in New York, that means the Beach Tennis season arrives shortly. New York Beach Tennis runs weekly open play and will host tournaments again this summer, the first being held on Saturday, June 23. As NYBT players await the local season starting, some of its players...Read more
Mikey Weitz won at second singles to clinch Roslyn's 4-3 victory over Syosset on Thursday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
In a match that lasted nearly four hours on Thursday afternoon, the Roslyn Bulldogs ended Syosset’s 62-match winning streak with a thrilling 4-3 comeback victory in a key Nassau County Conference I showdown. “I knew we had the win in us, but when you are up against a strong team like Syosset, even...Read more
The Plainview JFK Hawks edged Great Neck North 4-3 in a Conference I showdown on Wednesday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Plainview JFK Hawks edged Great Neck North 4-3 in a Conference I showdown on Wednesday. The match came down to the third doubles court, as the two teams split the previous six flights. Plainview’s Alex Wright and Sam Weissman fell behind in each set but continued to fight and defeated Elliot...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Amazon Prime Video has secured the rights in the United Kingdom and Ireland to broadcast the U.S. Open, Amazon.com confirmed last week. The deal is for five-years and begins with the 2018 U.S Open later this summer. Amazon Prime Video members in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch live and on-...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The annual USTA Long Island Awards Dinner will be held this year on Wednesday, May 2 at Chateau Briand Caterers in Carle Place, N.Y., and will once again honor and celebrate the best of tennis in the region over the last year. Click Here for more information on the dinner. To attend the dinner,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Syosset Braves improved to 10-0 on the season and continued its winning streak with a 7-0 win over Great Neck North on Tuesday. Syosset got 6-0, 6-1 victories from all three of its singles players (Daniel Pellerito, Justin Oresky and Eli Grossman), and the win was clinched by the second doubles...Read more
  | By Barbara Wyatt
Tennis is in my life and I am grateful. It fulfills an important part of my health and social activities. Yesterday, I booked two courts and invited seven friends to play one set, no ad, then switch partners and play the second set. I admire these players and will play with or against them, any...Read more