The Racket

Do you want to be a US Open Ball Person? To be considered for selection you must: Be at least 16 years of age Be available for qualifying (Tuesday, Aug. 24 to Friday, Aug. 27) and main draw (Monday, Aug. 30 to Sunday Sept. 12, 2021) Benefits of being a US Open Ball Person: Having […]

The Racket

Summer Rising! This Summer the ACES Afterschool Program is opening 15 Summer Rising sites serving 1,500 kids! Summer Rising is a free summer program for any NYC student in grades K–8. Students will get the opportunity to go outside, learn, and engage with their peers. All students participating in the program will have access to academic classes and enrichment programming, […]

Summer Rising

This year, NYJTL will be participating in Summer Rising, a New York City’s free summer plan for any child in grades K-12 who wants to participate. Program Overview Summer Rising will be available throughout New York City to every student grades K-8, including students with disabilities. All programs will be run by local school leaders […]

NYJTL Partners with Hospital for Special Surgery

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, NEW YORK, NY – [May 06, 2021] New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL), and the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) will work together to promote and deliver injury prevention education and screening programs to NYJTL coaches, participants and select Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning programs. “This is a huge […]

NYJTL Announces New Board Chair

New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL) is pleased to announce that Bob Horne has been elected as its Board Chair effective February 23, 2021. Mr. Horne has been an active member of NYJTL’s Board for 25 years, including acting as Treasurer and serving on the Executive Committee for more than 20 years. A long-time resident […]

CEO’s Statement on Asian Discrimination

One of the core values of NYJTL, the commitment to diversity and inclusion, has underpinned our beliefs and our programs since our founding fifty years ago.  Without question we work on behalf of all the children and families of New York City regardless of race, ethnicity or color. As we’ve seen in the last year […]