tennis

Israel Tennis and Education Centers appoint Eyal Taoz as global CEO

The organization, which is the leading and largest tennis club in Israel, operates 24 centers and branches from Kiryat Shmona and Tiberias in the north to Arad and Be'er Sheva in the south.

Israel tennis swinging at home and on world stage

After war-related cancellation of tournaments and battling on the PR front, blue-and-white players back winning on the court as the Davis Cup nears.

By HOWARD BLAS
06/12/2023

Tel Aviv Watergen Open tennis canceled

Prior to Wednesday’s announcement, the Israel Tennis Association had already cancelled several lower-level international tournaments.

By ORI LEWIS
12/10/2023

US Open serves kosher food, hosts Jewish prayer quorums

“Having kosher food at the US Open means you don’t feel excluded. You are part of the crowd,” said visitor Eli Feit.

By HOWARD BLAS
16/09/2023

Israeli quads tennis star Guy Sasson shares his 1st US Open experience

The 43-year-old Sasson shared the very emotional experience of playing on such a big stage as equals with such tennis greats as US Open finalists Djokovic and Danil Medvedev.

By HOWARD BLAS
15/09/2023

American junior Glozman serves on 2nd US Open, Jewish heritage

Glozman’s successful year continued when the then No. 2 ranked player in the country won the prestigious FILA Easter Bowl tournament.

By HOWARD BLAS
11/09/2023

Israeli juniors Buchnik, Oved raise their profiles in New York

Two Israel players – Mika Buchnik, 16, and Liam Oved, 18 – need to win two matches to advance to the juniors main draw, which will be played at the actual US Open.

By HOWARD BLAS
06/09/2023

Former Israeli tennis stars reflect on US Open

What do you do post retirement when your job WAS playing in the US Open?

By HOWARD BLAS
31/08/2023

Swinging into action at the US Open

Fans flock to Flushing Meadows for last Grand Slam of the year • No Israeli players in main draw

By HOWARD BLAS
24/08/2023

Tennis fans, here's why you should buy tickets to the US Open

The US Open features more than 900 matches, counting singles, doubles, youth, wheelchair, and so on over two weeks. If you never thought about spending a day at a tennis tournament, grab this chance.

By MICHAEL LEVIN
23/06/2023
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