NTRP 3.0 Winner Arjun Reddy with runner-up Bill Kim.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Spread over three locations, Sports Made Easy ran a NTRP USTA tournament this past weekend, using a unique format to run its first flexible tournament for 3.0-4.0 NTRP divisions. “Unlike other NTRP tournaments, players had the option of choosing their locations and timings for their match,” said...Read more
  | By Kathy Miller
The 2018 Women and Men’s USTA season is about to begin! We have 252 teams in the 18 & Over, 40 & Over, 55 & Over, and 65 & Over Leagues. Play begins in May and will be completed by the end of August. There is still time to join a team and be a part of some great competitive tennis!...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
USTA Long Island has put together a Men’s, Women’s and Mixed 65 & Over 8.0 league, and one of the Mixed Teams in the league is seeking players. with matches to be held on weekends and/or during the day. The team # is 1003353588, and it costs $10 to register. If interested in joining, please...Read more
  | By Wyn Mintz
I have been playing in the USTA tennis leagues since I was 18, but it took me 33 years to finally reach my first national tournament: the Men’s 55s 9.0 which took place in Tuscan, Arizona in 2009. A few years later, in 2015, I made it to my second National Tournament: the men’s 55s 9.0 in Surprise...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Each year, the USTA Long Island Region recognizes the achievements of individuals, facilities and organizations who have made a positive impact on our community, both on and off the court. Nominations for the 2018 awards are now open, and the region encourages nominations . Awardees should be USTA...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
USTA Long Island and the New York Open are giving adult league players the opportunity to play where the pros play at NYCB Live, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum when professional tennis returns to Long Island in February. Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles 8.0 combined level (two 4.0,...Read more
  | By Kathy Miller
The year 2017 proved to be a very good year for the Long Island USTA Adult League teams. We had five teams win at the Sectional Championships advance to the National Championships! Job well done! The winning teams who advanced to Nationals include: Adult_Pic_01_CROP.jpg The 18 & Over 3.5 Women’...Read more
  | By Anonymous
Every four years, Israel hosts The Maccabiah Games as 10,000 Jewish athletes, of all ages, from 80 countries converge and meet to compete in the event that features many sports including soccer, basketball and tennis. The Maccabiah Games is the third largest international sportime event in the...Read more
Teams are being decided for playoffs, and in some cases, bad sportsmanship rears its ugly head
  | By Kathy Miller
So, it’s that point in the season when we are winding down. Teams are being decided for playoffs, and in some cases, bad sportsmanship rears its ugly head. This has been the season of forfeiting courts, and now, full matches. When players join a team, it’s a commitment—a commitment to your captain...Read more