With Seth Walrath, USTA Middle States’ Junior Development Program Coordinator What separates the top tennis players from the rest of the pack? It’s usually not technique or… Read more “Win Matches with the Right Mindset”
Coach long enough, and tennis starts to look different. Coach as long as Arvind Aravindhan, and you see a completely different game. For more than 30 years,… Read more “A Different View”
Tournament Director – Sally Gibson Sally Gibson keeps things fun. It doesn’t mean she takes her job lightly. The Tennis Coordinator at Oxford Club of Pittsburgh, Gibson… Read more “Sixteen Years & Counting”
Sweta and Ajay Singhal were nominated by the New Jersey District as outstanding parent coaches/managers for their daughters’ Junior Team Tennis Team. We caught up with Sweta and Ajay to discuss JTT, funny moments on the court, and their outlook on coaching.
Connor Bruce doesn’t listen to noise. So if there was ever any pressure to skip out on the Peters Township High School team to focus more on… Read more “For More than Himself: Connor Bruce”
Lauren Steinert’s impressive talents go far beyond the tennis court. While she was crushing school records on Moravian’s tennis team, Steinert studied vocal performance and developed a passion for ethnomusicology, the study of music of different cultures. Take a look at Lauren’s journey.
Like most graduating seniors, Penn State Harrisburg’s Sydney Nye was disappointed to learn that the college tennis season was canceled. Still, she’s not letting that stand in… Read more “Graduating Senior Spotlight: Sydney Nye”
A list of educational resources & fun activities in an effort to help keep our Middle States NJTL youth active and engaged at home.
Play USTA League Tennis? If so, you know Mel Eckhaus (center in photo). Even if you don’t recognize the name, you’ve surely crossed paths. Eckhaus, from the… Read more “128 Teams and Counting: Mel Eckhaus”
It’s a beautiful drive through Allentown, Pa. Large, historic homes line the streets. People cross through the neighborhoods on their walks to work and to school. Churches,… Read more “100 Years of History: Oakmont Tennis Club”