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Day 2 of the New York Open, ATP Men’s Wildcard Tournament: Results and Draws

Day 2 will play out at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham New York Open, ATP Men’s Wildcard Tournament continues today with 4 Quarterfinal matches in Chatham at 5:00pm  Round of 16 Results Cannon Kingsley defeated Karan Amin 6-0, 6-4 Neel Rajesh defeated Youssef Rajia 6-1, 6-1 Trice Pickens defeated Francesco Mowery 6-1, 7-6 Chris Rosensteel…

Road to Rafa Tournament Series

  Centercourt Tennis is excited to introduce the Road to Rafa UTR Tournament Series! Road to Rafa is a monthly UTR tournament. The tournament takes place on weekends. Matches will take place in our Morristown and Florham Park locations. The 2 players accumulating the most points at the end of the series will win. Winners will spend…

Centercourt Ninja News….Here’s whats happening at Centercourt Chatham

Fresh off the Press!!! Chatham Director of Ninja, Brayden Provan gives you the lowdown on upcoming events. NEW OBSTACLES “As some of you know, we have a whole new lane added to our course! With the circuit board and revamped versions of the devil steps and cliff hanger, our course can be used by Ninjas of all levels! There are even more new obstacles to come in the next few weeks, so stay tuned!” NINJA BIRTHDAY PARTIES We love Ninja here at Centercourt, and nothing would be more fun than coming out and celebrating your Ninjas special day on our…

Centercourt Tennis building international alliances through UTR matches

UTR brought the tennis world a little closer yesterday at Centercourt Tennis Academy. Japan’s Masahiro Yoshida, who is visiting and training at the Centercourt Tennis Academy’s High Performance Program, played a match against Centercourt Athletic Club member Rahul Pawar. Pawar was playing in his first UTR match. The two 9.0-UTR players needed a third-set tiebreaker to decide the match. After the match the two took a photo for memory sake. Masahiro’s family runs a well-know tennis club in Chiba, Japan.

Rubin Claims First Ever Saint Barnabas Medical Center UTR Men’s Singles Championship

In what turned out to be an extremely successful weekend, filled with high intensity tennis and fun-filled extracurriculars, Long Island’s own Noah Rubin claimed the first place prize with a 6-1, 6-3 victory in the final. With some incredible point play back and forth between the two finalists, Rubin proved to be the more dominant of the two as he sealed his straight set win. In addition to the Men’s Open final, the Men’s 40s final featured some high quality of play of its own, with Martin Bengtsson claiming the title. Sunday’s main event featured over 300 people in attendance…