| 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
Long Island's Cannon Kingsley will play for a spot in the US Open Juniors semifinals on Friday.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Northport’s Cannon Kingsley, a former Suffolk County singles champion and future Ohio St. Buckeye, advanced to the quarterfinals of the US Open Junior tournament on Thursday afternoon. Kingsley defeated 10 th seed Liam Draxl of Canada 7-6(7), 7-6(6), fighting back from an early deficit to secure...Read more
AceSpace plans to launch its innovative court booking and management software at Park Avenue Tennis Center in Oakhurst, New Jersey next week.
  | By Press Release
On September 9, AceSpace plans to launch its innovative court booking and management software at Park Avenue Tennis Center in Oakhurst, New Jersey. AceSpace, a New York-based startup founded in 2018, offers players a streamlined online reservation process, allowing them to book courts, schedule...Read more
  | By Angelina Remnek
The Hamptons is known as the pristine East End of Long Island archipelago where contemporary, upscale New Yorkers voyage to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and sip Rosé poolside. In terms of geography, the Hamptons stretch from Westhampton to Long Island’s apex. There are loads to do...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The second and final Kids Day of the 2019 summer took place on Thursday afternoon as Suffolk County Kids Day took place at The Hamlet Golf & Country Club in Commack, N.Y. Nearly 200 kids took to the courts for a day of tennis and other fun in a successful encore of Nassau County Kids Day which...Read more
  | By Stefan Ilic
I believe there are three main components that must be present in a tennis players arsenal in order for them to say they are “Mentally Tough.” The first of these components is the toughest to obtain and maintain: Awareness. What I judge awareness to be is the ability of a player, in any moment...Read more
  | By Daniel Bezman
In order to maximize the development of players over the long run, the best plan is to adopt a four-stage training model developed by Dr. Istvan Balyi. The four stages are: 1. FUNdamental Stage 2. Training to Train Stage 3. Training to Compete Stage 4. Training to Win Stage Stage 1: FUNdamental...Read more
  | By Vasco Antunes
In my career as a tennis coach, I’ve learned that when you start working with a young tennis player, it’s not enough to just focus on the quality of the technique, you must also take into account what happens outside the court. Children play many roles … they are sons and daughters, students,...Read more
  | By Ricky Becker
In the March/April 2019 issue of Long Island Tennis Magazine , I discussed my formula on junior tennis success. In short, it goes like this … Click Here to read Part I of Ricky Becker's article Ten percent of junior players walk onto the tennis court for the first time with clear-cut talent; 80...Read more
  | By Stefen Rosner
As has become a yearly tradition, the John McEnroe Tennis Academy (JMTA) hosted tryouts for both its Long Island and Randall’s Island facilities in late June, as tennis players from the ages of six through 16 headed to the courts in search of a scholarship into the JMTA. Mr. McEnroe himself was...Read more