Ellie Ross serves during the Nassau County Doubles Championship.
  | By Brian Coleman
Dasha Perfiliev & Ellie Ross had to wait week to find out who it would play in the Nassau County Doubles Final. The sophomore duo from Port Washington won their semifinal against Roslyn’s Anika Tolat & Ava Veneziano last Sunday, but rain suspended play for a week. Upon resumption, Perfiliev...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
Heading into her freshman year at Hewlett High School, Rachel Arbitman made the decision to play high school tennis. Four years later, she concludes her high school career as the most decorated player in Nassau County history after winning her third county singles title (and fourth overall) on...Read more
Port Washington defeated Roslyn on Wednesday to advance to the county championship.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Port Washington moved one step closer to defending its county title as the Vikings defeated Roslyn 6-1 in the Nassau County Semifinals on Wednesday afternoon. “I am beyond proud of our girls for making it to the county championship,” said Port Washington head coach Shane Helfner. “This season has...Read more
Liv Tiegerman hits a volley during her and Alex Ho's comeback win at first doubles.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Syosset Braves moved into the 2021 Nassau County Girls’ Tennis Championship with a 5-2 victory over the Hewlett Bulldogs on Tuesday. Rachel Arbitman and Nyla Gershfeld gave Hewlett its two points with victories at first and second singles, respectively, and after Syosset received wins from the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2021 Girls’ High School Tennis season on Long Island was a unique one, and presented more challenges to coaches and players than in previous years. One coach who rose above these challenges was Michael Hovanec of West Hempstead, the Long Island Tennis Magazine Nassau County Coach of the Year. “...Read more
Friends Academy's Isabella Sha advanced to the county singles final where she will play Hewlett's Rachel Arbitman.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The top singles and doubles players from Nassau County gathered at Eisenhower Park this weekend for the Girls’ Individual Championships. After playing the opening rounds on Saturday, the semifinals and finals were slated for Sunday morning. The matches began and three of the four semifinals were...Read more
Rose Lindstrom was a winner at second singles as Oyster Bay advanced to the second round of the Nassau County Playoffs.
  | By Brian Coleman
Oyster Bay 5, Farmingdale 2 Karina Khaledi won 6-3, 6-1 at third singles as Oyster Bay advanced to the second-round of the county playoffs. IMG_0489_crop.jpg Alex Ho (pictured) and Zia Mukherjee won at first doubles to lead Syosset into the county quarterfinals. Syosset 7, Locust Valley 0 Abby...Read more
Roslyn secured its spot in the quarterfinals with a win over Lynbrook on Wednesday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Nassau County playoffs continued on Wednesday as the quarterfinals are almost completely set, and the Suffolk County regular season continued on. See more results below. To submit a team score to be included in the daily high school recap, please share the Coaches Submission Form with your...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The USTA Long Island Region has announced it will host the 2020-21 Long Island USTA High School Tennis Individual Championships, a one-time event that will feature the four top-placing singles and doubles teams from Nassau and Suffolk County. The Championships, which will be an official USTA...Read more
The opening round of the 2021 Nassau County Girls playoffs begins on Wednesday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Masspaequa Chiefs defeated Lynbrook 4-3 on Tuesday afternoon to secure the 11 th seed in the county playoffs and move into a matchup with sixth-seed Great Neck North. Lynbrook earns the 13 th seed and will play fourth-seed Roslyn. The showdown between Massapequa and Lynbrook was tight...Read more