Brooklyn Raises Its Tennis Game

When most New Yorkers think of tennis in the city, they usually think of Queens. Flushing Meadows immediately springs to mind, home of the US Open and the New York Empire, or Forest Hills, where the championships were played for over 60 years before. Some tennis wonks might even reference the Port Washington Tennis Academy, just over the border from Queens in Long Island, where New York’s greatest tennis stars trained in the 1960s: John McEnroe, Vitas Gerulaitis, and Mary Carillo, to name a few. […]

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