| By Brian Coleman
Down two-sets-to-love at the end of a two-week long tournament, it can be hard to find any sort of energy to pull yourself out of that sort of hole. But for Austria’s Dominic Thiem, and the notion of his first Grand Slam title hanging in the balance, he managed to find a way. Thiem completed the...Read more
Keith Lopez (left) and Casey Schnabel (right) took home the title in the Men's A Division at the 2020 Long Island Tennis Magazine Challenge.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Missing that friendly competition that is at the heart of the Long Island tennis community, players came out to Sportime Quogue on a beautiful Saturday afternoon to participate in the 2020 Long Island Tennis Challenge. For the seventh straight year, the tournament featured a sold-out, full draw of...Read more
Coco Vandeweghe celebrates after winning the final point in the New York Empire's championship victory.
  | By Press Release
The King Trophy came down to as dramatic a finish as you can have in World TeamTennis as one point decided the entire season with the New York Empire capturing the King Trophy over the expansion Chicago Smash, 21-20, in a Super Tiebreaker on Sunday at Center Court at Creekside at The Greenbrier in...Read more
The 45th year of World TeamTennis will take place at The Greenbrier in West Virginia. The season gets underway this Sunday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The 45 th season of World TeamTennis begins this weekend, and both the league and its players are ready to return to the courts and participate in what will certainly be a unique season. “We worked extremely hard to try and find the right place to bring all nine of our teams to a safe environment,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Sometimes, as a tennis player, you exist on an island. Alone, solo, under the lights of your local club or drenched in the sun, there you are ... between the lines, either gaining the accolades of glory hitting the winning shot or facing the weight of defeat. There are no teammates to pass to; no...Read more
Long Island native Noah Rubin has made an impact off of the court during his time on the pro tour.
  | By Brian Coleman
During this unprecedented global pandemic with mandated quarantines and social distancing guidelines, professional athletes are just like the rest of us: at home. For ATP World Tour professional Noah Rubin, that means being back on Long Island where he lives in his Rockville Centre apartment. “As...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
For the first time in two months, tennis is once again a part of the lives of many Long Islanders, as Governor Cuomo permitted outdoor tennis to return on May 15 in the first step of many that need to be taken before the tennis community can return to a sense of normalcy. “Not being able to play...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Note: These entries were put together prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. Some information may have changed since then, please contact each camp for further updates on openings, closings, new dates and more. We remain in contact with all camps below, so please continue to check our website and social...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
In the summer, people from across Long Island and New York City flock to the Hamptons, to enjoy the sun, while sitting by the pool or ocean, and taking part in an array of outdoor activities. Each town in the Hamptons has its own unique feel, with a variety of activities available from simply going...Read more
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will house a temporary hospital site in an effort by New York City’s emergency management office to increase hospital space in the continued battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will house a temporary hospital site in an effort by New York City’s emergency management office to increase hospital space in the continued battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. The Indoor Training Facility’s 12 courts will be converted into 100,000...Read more