Finals of the New York Open, ATP Men’s Wildcard Tournament

Complimentary Courtside Holiday Party!

Tournament update:

The NY Open Wild Card Finals at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham. Join us Today!

Number one seed Roy Smith, #359 in the world VS #2 seed and #3 Junior in the United States Cannon Kingsley. 

Join us tonight at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham, for the Semi-Finals at 4:00pm and the Finals directly following with the complimentary Holiday Party!! 

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

  1. Cannon Kingsley defeated Karan Amin 6-0, 6-4
  2. Neel Rajesh defeated Youssef Rajia 6-1, 6-1
  3. Trice Pickens defeated Francesco Mowery 6-1, 7-6
  4. Chris Rosensteel defeated Lazar Markovic 6-0, 6-0
  5. Chris Rosensteel defeated Lazar Markovic 6-0, 6-0
  6. Dan Wright defeated Justin Fields 6-2, 6-2
  7. Chikaya Sato defeated Brett Winters 2-6, 6-3, 6-2
  8. Finn Garner defeated David Mizrahi 4-6, 6-3, 6-2

Quarterfinal Matchups:

  1. Roy Smith VS Chris Rosensteel
  2. Cannon Kingsley VS Finn Garner
  3. Neel Rajesh VS Dan Wright
  4. A. Trice Pickens VS Chikaya Sato






Quarterfinal Matchups: 

Day 1 of the New York Open, ATP Men’s Wildcard Tournament rolls out.

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Day 1 of the NY Open Men’s ATP Wildcard event rolls out in our Florham Park location today

Day 2 and Day 3 will be held in our Chatham location, stay tuned for details…

December 14, 2018: Centercourt Sports is proud to present the 2nd Annual NY Open Wild Card tournament this weekend in Florham Park and Chatham.  A collection of 16 of the top players from all over the East Coast are competing for a spot in the ATP New York Open in February.


Tonight, we will have the best tennis Florham Park has ever seen. #1 seed Roy Smith was first team All-Big 12 at Baylor University, is currently ranked #359 in the world and is one of the fastest rising stars in the sport. He plays at 6:30pm today in Florham Park.


Also, our #2 seed is Cannon Kingsley. Cannon is the #3 ranked junior in the United States, #30 junior in the world, and will play for The Ohio State University next season.  He plays at 8:00pm today in Florham Park.


After the Round of 16 today in Florham Park, the tournament continues tomorrow, December 15, with the Quarterfinals in Chatham at 5:00pm.  Semifinals will be in Chatham at 10:00am Sunday December 16 and the Finals of the ATP NY Open Wild Card at Centercourt will be 4:00pm on Sunday, December 16, in Chatham.  Come out to the Finals for a complimentary Holiday Cocktail Party and see some of the best tennis you will ever see in such a setting!

Road to Rafa Tournament Series

 

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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 the week of June 16-23, 2019 at the Rafa Nadal Academy in Spain.

We’re two weeks into the Road to Rafa Tournament Series, and really excited by the response. Congratulations to our Week 1 and Week 2 winners:

Week 1

WINNER: Drew Oppermann | RUNNER UP: Aayush Vartak

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Week 2

WINNER: Andrew Zielinski | RUNNER UP: Ansh Vats

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To register and for more information please click on the link below:

REGISTER HERE

ROAD TO RAFA RANKINGS

Centercourt Tennis building international alliances through UTR matches

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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 at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham. As the morning rain and clouds sailed on, making way for afternoon sunshine, fans in attendance were treated to not only high quality tennis, along with some fabulous food by Mexican Spice food truck, cocktails from the 13thstreetcocktails’ retro camper and live music by Poet Section.

In addition to the conclusion of tournament play, those in attendance were able to participate in the New York Open Skills Challenge.  

From New York City, the New York Open Skills Challenge team ran 2 courts filled with junior and adult players alike where they competed against one another for the best forehand, backhand and volley!

A big thank you to our Premier Sponsor:  Saint Barnabas Medical Center and to our Official Event Sponsors: New York Open Skills Challenge, Dunlop, New Balance and UTR.

The Centercourt Team commends Noah Rubin on his stellar performance at the Atlanta Open!

Fierce Competition Highlights Day One Under The Sun At Saint Barnabas Medical UTR Men’s Professional Tournament

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Chatham, NJ, Fierce Competition Highlights Day One Under The Sun At Saint Barnabas Medical UTR Men’s Professional Tournament

As the Saint Barnabas Medical UTR Men’s Professional Tournament kicked off, there was plenty of competition to go around for all to see. Play kicked off and was highlighted by number one seed and Long Island native, Noah Rubin (15.11 UTR) who breezed through his opening round against Rodrigo Vallejo, a wild card entry from the Dominican Republic, with a 6-0, 6-4 victory. The match of the day though came from one court over, featuring a marathon battle between former Columbia University standout, Winston Lin (13.62 UTR) and current Tulane University Junior, Tyler Schick (13.62 UTR). After a long hard fought battle, Lin was able to edge out Schick in three sets, coming through with a 3-6, 7-6, 7-6 victory.

Not to be forgotten during the latter half of play, was the Men’s 40s Singles play, which saw quite a few competitive matches of their own. Featured players included Centercourt’s own Clay Bibbee, CEO + Managing Partner, along with Sean Cahill, Centercourt’s Adult Tennis Director. As play continues, on what is expected to be a hot and sunny Saturday, featured matches can be seen beginning at 11am at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham. A full schedule of play can be found below:

Saturday, July 13th Schedule of Play

Men’s Open Singles – Quarterfinals (11am)

  • Noah Rubin (1) vs. Winston Lin – Court 12
  • Matija Pecotic (2) vs. Gary Kushnirovich – Court 11
  • Jose Olivares (3) vs. Karl Poling – Court 10
  • Sam Shropshire (4) vs. Shawn Hadavi – Court 9

 

Saturday, July 13th Schedule of Play

Men’s 40s Singles (2pm)

  • Raj Vaswani (1) vs. Steve Millerman (4) – Court 12
  • Martin Bengtsson vs. Clay Bibbee (3) – Court 11

 

A Full list of results from Day One can also be found below:

Friday, July 13th Results

Men’s Open Round 16 Results

  • Noah Rubin (1) defeated Rodrigo Vallejo – 6-0, 6-4
  • Winston Lin defeated Tyler Schick – 3-6, 7-6, 7-6
  • Shawn Hadavi defeated Sam Turchetta – 6-4, 6-2
  • Sam Shropshire (4) defeated Christopher Racz – 6-2, 6-1
  • Jose Olivares (3) defeated Abhijeet Joshi – 6-1, 6-4
  • Karl Poling defeated Cameron Silverman – 6-3, 7-6
  • Gary Kushnirovich defeated Julian Zlobinsky – 6-4, 4-6, 6-1
  • Matija Pecotic (2) defeated Brett Winters – 6-0, 6-1

 

Men’s 40s Quarterfinal Results

 

  • Raj Vaswani (1) defeated Johnathan Klein – 6-0, 6-0
  • Martin Bengtsson (2) defeated Chris Soulios – 6-1, 6-1
  • Clay Bibbee (3) defeated Frances Verpoucke – 6-0, 6-1
  • Steve Millerman (4) defeated Sean Cahill – 6-2, 7-6

 

Matches are FREE to watch throughout the week (just mention “St. Barnabas Open)

MEDIA: If you’re wishing to cover the event you can contact Asma Haq at asma@centercourtclub.com

 

 

 

Saint Barnabas Medical Center takes major sponsorship role in the first Saint Barnabas Medical Center UTR 15K Men’s Singles Championships at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham

CENTERCOURT ATHLETIC CLUB CONTINUES TRADITION OF HOSTING ELITE TENNIS

Saint Barnabas Medical Center takes major sponsorship role in the first Saint Barnabas Medical Center UTR 15K Men’s Singles Championships at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham

Chatham, NJ, July 13, 2018 – This weekend kicks off 3 days of high level Men’s Tennis with sixteen players from all over North America arriving in Chatham to compete for over 15K in prize money.

 Friday’s Featured Matches – Round of 16

4pm – (1) Noah Rubin (15.11) vs Rodrigo Vallejo (wildcard):

Top seed Noah Rubin is from Long Island, NY, and is currently ranked #169 in the world.  In 2014 Noah was the #6 ranked junior in the world, #1 in the USA, and was the Wimbledon Junior Singles Champion.  He went on to an All-American college career at Wake Forest University where he was ranked as high as #5 nationally, made the finals of the NCAA Men’s Singles Championships, and was the ACC Player of the Year in 2015.

Rodrigo Vallejo is from the Dominican Republic and has a career high ranking of 1120 in the world. He played for the Dominican Republic Davis Cup team for 10 years, was a Davis Cup Captain, and has coached players such as Tommy Haas, Taylor Dent, Nicole Vaidisova, and Kei Nishikori.

 6pm – (3) Jose Olivares (14.12) vs Ajhibeet Joshi (12.54)

Third seed Jose Olivares comes to Centercourt from the Dominican Republic.  He was ranked as high as #159 in the world as a junior, is currently ranked #690 in the world and is a current member of the Dominican Republic Davis Cup Team.   

 AJ is from Long Hill, New Jersey, and is a graduate of the Full-Time program at Centercourt Tennis Academy.  Ranked #1 in the Eastern Section of the United States at the ages of 14, 16, and 18, AJ was a 5-star recruit coming out of high school in 2017 before taking his talents to Northwestern University, where he recently completed a successful freshman season.

Admission to this event is free and it is open to the public. First round matches begin at 4PM and 6PM

Friday’s Featured Matches – Quarter Finals | Men’s 40s

 4pm – (4) Steve Millerman vs. Sean Cahill

 Steve Millerman an active member of Centercourt Athletic Club from Short Hills New Jersey. Steve played at Columbia University, and continues to play and win Club Championships at Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham.

Sean Cahill has been the Adult Tennis Director at the Centercourt Athletic Club of Chatham since 2012. Prior to joining the team, he was the Adult Teams Director at Midtown Tennis Club in Chicago, Illinois. Sean was both a player and coach for the Chicago Indoor Tennis Association (CITA) Men’s Open League Champions from 2008-2011.

 

 

 

 

 

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