NYJTL Stands in Solidarity

My potential is more than can be expressed within the bounds of my race or ethnic identity.   – Arthur Ashe Still strongly inspired by the values of Arthur Ashe in our founding nearly fifty years ago, we stand in unwavering solidarity with our NYJTL family against the injustices facing the diverse communities that we serve.  There are too many […]

Getting Out On the Court

Dear Patrons, We are following the updates, just like you and here is what we know. NY State Update Governor Andrew Cuomo includes, and calls out, tennis as a socially-distant and safe activity to resume. https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/amid-ongoing-covid-19-pandemic-governor-cuomo-announces-three-regions-new-york-state-ready While New York State has given the ok, we are bound by the guidelines of NYC and the NYC […]

The March Racket

Some programs might be suspended, but we are HERE for YOU! NYJTL would like to proudly announce that 136 NYJTL heroes have voluntarily stepped up to staff the Department of Education’s crucial Regional Enrichment Centers (REC) during the coronavirus emergency. REC programming began at 70 sites on Monday, March 23, and includes four NYJTL ACES locations: Hyde Leadership Middle and Elementary […]

Health and Safety Updates

Dear Cary Leeds Center Families, As you know, New York City health officials and the Center for Disease Control  are closely monitoring the rapid emergence of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and have advised strict measures to avoid spread of the disease.   We are rigorously following all of these measures for sanitation and disinfection of the Cary […]

Player Spotlight: Geanna Richard

The mission of NYJTL is to develop young people through tennis and education for a lifetime of success, on and off the court. Geanna Richard began her journey with NYJTL when she was a 12-year-old student in the ACES Afterschool Program at Junior High 383. During the summer, she continued to train at the Community […]