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Wimbledon:
June 29 - July 12, 2015

The Grass is green at Wimbledon and tennis fans are ready! Play in Paris was amazing - how will Roland Garros champions Serena and Stan fair in London? Less than 20 days until first ball - We can't wait to find out!

Wimbledon Awaits!


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From the US Open to the Australian Open

From one Open to another . . . New York to Melbourne . . .


French First: All-American Boys Final

Eighteen-year old Tommy Paul of Lumberton, N.J., won the French Open boys’ singles title in Paris, capping a successful week for American juniors at Roland Garros. Paul, coached by USTA National Coach Diego Moyano, defeated 17-year old Taylor Fritz, of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., 7-6(4), 2-6, 6-2, in the first-ever all-American boys’ singles final at the French Open, dating back to 1947. Paul becomes the sixth American to win the French Open boys’ championship, joining Bjorn Fratangelo (2011), John McEnroe (1977), Cliff Richey (1964), Butch Buchholz (1958) and Ham Richardson (1951). Congrats Tommy and Taylor - Well done!


NorthEast Tennis Central

Conditioning Your Core

Who doesn’t want to be faster on the tennis court, have more power and move like a cat on the court? We all strive to become the best player we can be, but are you exercising properly to improve your tennis? [ more ]


Ready, Set, Lob ?

Underrated, underused and certainly under appreciated. Why is it that the lob is the derelict of all tennis shots? Let's talk about using the lob as an effective means of winning points against opponents that like to play at the net. [ more ]


STRESSSSS!

Stress is a very common problem that affects us all at some point in our lives. What stresses you out? Let's focus on managing or coping with stress to improve your mental and physical well being - and your tennis game.  [ more ]


Instruction: Focus on Footwork

Ever hit a ball and you think it will be a good shot, only for it to wind up in the net or sailing wide?  Then, do you look at your racquet head? Next time try looking at your feet. [ more ]


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