The inaugural New York Open brought professional tennis back to Long Island in exciting fashion earlier this year, and the ATP World Tour 250 tournament has announced its dates for next year. The 2019 NY Open will run from Feb. 9-17, 2019 at NYCB LIVE, ho
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The inaugural New York Open brought professional tennis back to Long Island in exciting fashion earlier this year, and the ATP World Tour 250 tournament has announced its dates for next year. The 2019 NY Open will run from Feb. 9-17, 2019 at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum...Read more
  | By Seth Sarelson
--This story first appeared in the July/August 2018 issue of Long Island Tennis Magazine-- I was first introduced to tennis at the age of seven at a local park on Long Island and quickly fell in love with the sport. I headed to my first U.S. Open shortly thereafter, somewhere around 1990. It became...Read more
Kingsley scored one of his biggest wins at the 40th Torneo “Citta Di Santa Croce” in Santa Croce, Italy, winning the Grade 1 title with a 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 comeback win over Turkey’s Yanki Erel in the final.
  | By Brian Coleman
—This story first appeared in the July/August 2018 edition of Long Island Tennis Magazine— At this time two years ago, Cannon Kingsley was just finishing up his freshman year at Northport High School and celebrating his Suffolk County Individual Championships Singles title. Fast-forward to 2018,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Long Island Tennis Challenge returned for its fifth year as more than 40 doubles teams came out to The Hamlet Golf & Country Club in Commack. The day began with pros from Sportime Kings Park giving a clinic which helped prepare the competitors for the start of play. The morning session was...Read more
Syosset won the Long Island Championship for a second straight year, beating Commack 7-0 on Monday.
  | By Brian Coleman
Syosset won its second straight Long Island Championship on Monday afternoon, downing Suffolk County Champion Commack 7-0 at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, culminating another incredible season for the program. “We’re really excited,” said Syosset head coach Shai Fisher. “I’m super excited for...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Oftentimes, the most difficult opponent to face during a tennis match can be yourself. Tennis is one of the most challenging sports from a mental and emotional standpoint as you are often out there on court all by yourself. Long Island Tennis Magazine discussed a number of common scenarios with...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
When Patrick Maloney made the decision to play for Oyster Bay in his senior season, he did so with the goal of winning a Nassau County Championship and then a New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Championship. He accomplished the former a couple of weeks ago at...Read more
Oyster Bay, N.Y. native and nationally-ranked junior Ronnie Hohmann with his coach, former ATP Pro Todd Widom, in Florida.
  | By Brian Coleman
Last year, Oyster Bay, N.Y.-born Ronnie Hohmann captured one of the most prestigious junior tournaments in the world, winning the Boys 16s Division title at the Eddie Herr International at the famed IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Hohmann defeated three of the draw’s top five seeds on his way to...Read more
Pine Hollow Country Club ushered in a new season of tennis at its facility on Sunday afternoon as it hosted its annual Opening Day Carnival.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Pine Hollow Country Club ushered in a new season of tennis at its facility on Sunday afternoon as it hosted its annual Opening Day Carnival. “Today is for everybody to see each other again, and to be able to play in a very casual atmosphere,” said Ricky Becker, Director of Tennis at Pine Hollow. “...Read more
  | By Peter Mendelsohn
Many of you have dealt with the awkwardness of hearing someone else’s lovemaking session. Perhaps you had an overzealous roommate or the walls in your apartment were too thin. Maybe you put your headphones on, turned up the music, and hoped the noises would end soon. Or maybe you just decided to go...Read more