| By Brian Coleman
The second annual Big Apple International Cup brought some of the best junior players in the world to the United States Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. as teams from Brazil, Canada, Israel, Mexico, Spain and the United States competed against one another. “The Big...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2019 Big Apple Cup continued on Wednesday, with teams from across the world competing against one another at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Some of the top junior players from Brazil, Canada, Israel, Mexico and Spain are in New York to battle top juniors from the Eastern...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The outdoor tennis season at Pine Hollow Country Club officially kicked off with the club’s annual Opening Day Carnival last weekend. With Mother Nature finally ushering in the spring weather, tennis players of all ages and levels came out to play some tennis and enjoy a nice Sunday afternoon. “Our...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2019 USTA Long Island Junior Team Tennis came to a close recently as teams from all across the area completed what was a successful year for a league that is only continuing to grow. Below are the winners and finalists from the season: 18 and Under Advanced Champions: World Gym Setauket (...Read more
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  | By Tonny van de Pieterman
You are not as good as you think you are, and you are not as bad as you think you are. This paradoxical statement is as true in life as it is on the tennis court. I consider it the balancing bar a tennis player must stay on to remain motivated and inspired to keep on improving and growing. If you...Read more
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  | By Vinicius Carmo
Unfortunately, tennis is not as popular a sport as soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and many other team sports where you have teammates to share pressure when winning and losing. Tennis is an expensive sport, and it requires a financial and time commitment from the player’s parents. Junior tennis...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Last week, those who made tennis shine on Long Island in 2018 were honored at the 29 th Annual USTA Long Island Awards Dinner at Chateau Briand Caterers in Carle Place, N.Y. Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario was the featured guest speaker and spoke to the awardees and guests...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
This past weekend, the Eastern Athletic Club in Blue Point hosted the inaugural USTA Eastern Long Island Junior Team Tennis 10U Orange Ball tournament. Players from five different Long Island clubs came out to play in this first-time event: Carefree Racquet Club, Eastern Athletic, Ross School...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
As the tennis season on the ATP and WTA Tours heats up in the professional ranks, the SPORTIME World Tour continued to makes its way through the top tournament destinations around the world. Click Here to see more photos from the Indian Wells installment of the SPORTIME World Tour. SPORTIME Syosset...Read more
  | By Ricky Becker
Before my year-long hiatus from contributing to Long Island Tennis Magazine , I published the following formula on junior tennis success. It goes like this … Ten percent of junior players walk onto the tennis court for the first time with clear-cut talent. If they really push themselves to the max...Read more