| By Barbara Wyatt
“I’ve never won a USTA Sportsmanship Pin,” says Sheila. Frank places his arm around her shoulder and says, “You will. But until you do, you could have one of mine. I have three.” She laughs. Frank was at it again, teasing a fellow teammate. Is Sheila doing anything wrong? She gives the benefit of...Read more
  | By Barbara Wyatt
I’m grinding it out on the court. My footwork is better, I’m hitting the split-steps, my coach is helping me with my slice, and I’ve made some cool friends from the team. This is a hard letter to write, but this is how I really feel. After I lost the match yesterday, you yelled at me. You threw a...Read more
The LI Women's Interclub Tennis League Board: (Top, from left to right): Marie Franzoni, Cheryl Schefer , Suzanne Putnam, President Elona Weiner, Vice President Gigi Banks, Meg Selim and Jackie Pierangelo and (bottom, left to right): Susan Greenberg, Lynn
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
For the last half-century, the North Shore has been home to a competitive tennis league for adult women called the Long Island Women’s Inter-Club Tennis League, which continues to grow with each passing year. Now in its 45th season, the League is home to more than 1,600 players representing almost...Read more
  | By Barbara Wyatt
“It’s not about the score, Madison.” Madison shoved the racket in her tennis bag and stomped off the court. She collapsed onto a bench a few feet away from me and covered her face with her hands. “You played well Madison.” “I sucked.” “It’s not about the score.” She lifted her hands from her face,...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
The 40&Over Women 4.0 team out of SPORTIME Roslyn will be representing the Long Island Region up at the USTA Eastern Sectionals.
  | By Kathy Miller
With the summer flying by, the USTA leagues are finishing up. At the time of this article being due, the 18 & Over League has its winners that will be advancing to the Sectional Championship in Albany, N.Y.. The winners include: 18 & Over ►Women 2.5: Huntington Indoor, captained by Lorena...Read more
  | By Gino Fava
The underhand serve , if executed properly, will get people out of their seats, up off the couch, and add tremendous excitement to the sport of tennis. Like the behind the back pass in hockey, or the alley-oop dunk in basketball, the scissor kick over the shoulder in soccer, these are exciting...Read more
The 18 & Over 7.0 Mixed team from Point Set, captained by Lori Sarnelli, will be advancing to Nationals
  | By Kathy Miller
Long Island’s 18 & Over Mixed Doubles League had a great showing at the Sectional Championship in Schenectady, N.Y. The teams advancing were as follows: ►​Sportime Lynbrook’s 6.0 team, captained by Jamie Devine ►Point Set’s 7.0 team, captained by Lori Sarnelli, which will be advancing to...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
Earlier this year, USTA Eastern announced its 2018 League Captains of the Year for each region in its Section. “Captaining a league team takes dedication,” said USTA Eastern Leagues Senior Manager Lauren Bull. “Captains spend a lot of their own time ironing out logistics so that all players can...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