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Eastern / Long Island

USTA Eastern's

Long Island Region 

June 21, 2022

The USTA Eastern Long Island Region organizes all USTA tennis programs in Nassau and Suffolk Counties and reaches out to the entire Long Island community to bring tennis to people of all ages and skill levels. Our member organizations are tennis clubs, tennis facilities, parks, schools and community groups, all of whom support and foster tennis throughout Long Island.


Long Island Quarterly Newsletter - Summer 2022

Long Island Quarterly Newsletter - Spring 2022

Long Island Quarterly Newsletter - Winter 2021

Long Island Quarterly Newsletter - Autumn 2021



  • USTA Eastern's Long Island Region is thrilled to announce the return of its Awards Dinner this September. The 32nd celebration of Long Island’s tennis community will be held on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at Chateau Briand Caterers in Westbury, N.Y. ADVERTISEMENT With this event, the Long Island Region looks forward to recognizing the achievements of individuals, facilities and organizations who have gone above and beyond, both on the court and off. Some awardees will be honored for their tennis play and/or rankings, while our Prestigious and Excellence award recipients are nominated by the Long Island tennis community. Submit a nomination today!
  • For the first time, the USTA Long Island Regional Council supplied plaques so that each high school team in both Nassau and Suffolk County could recognize one player for outstanding sportsmanship during the 2022 season. View photos of the recipients.
  • The Long Island Region held its 31st annual Awards Dinner on September 22, 2021 at Chateau Briand Caterers. View photos of the event here.
  • Longtime Long Island volunteer Dr. Emily Moore was inducted into the USTA Eastern Hall of Fame on August 27. Emily has spent over five decades introducing the sport to children on Long Island through the Alliance Junior Tennis Development. Learn more about her extraordinary achievements on and off the court here. 
  • Huntington resident Dr. Harold German was also inducted into the USTA Eastern Hall of Fame on August 27. While attending medical school, Harold was a top player on the Eastern Men's Clay Court Circuit in the 1960s. Learn more about his impressive playing career and off-court achievements here. 
  • Send your photos from tennis events on LI to and we can publish them on our site! (Please remember to send files as large as possible. At this time we can only publish horizontally oriented photos.)


Wanted! USTA High School Coach Ambassadors

Are you a high school tennis coach who wants to grow high school tennis? Apply to become a High School Coach Ambassador! This is a great opportunity for you to help serve as a mentor in your local community, meet new people, attend trainings and events and GROW high school tennis in the US. Ambassadors will serve on the same two-year timeline as the USTA’s National High School Committee, with an option to re-apply for each new term. The current application is for a term that runs until Dec. 31, 2022. This is a volunteer position.  Please complete this form in its entirety, and the High School Committee will review all submissions and follow up as selections are finalized.


For consideration you must:

  • Be a high school coach
  • Have your current School Team listed in profile
  • Be proficient in communicating via social media (Instagram, Facebook, twitter, etc). You must utilize at least two types of social media platforms.
  • Be motivated to share ideas, best practices, and knowledge of USTA High School Tennis. This may include posting to the National High School Coaches Hub (Facebook group), promoting Senior Spotlights and more.
  • Have interest in trainings, promotional events and meetings. This may include working with state associations, if applicable.



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Upcoming Events


July 6, 2022: Long Island Kids' Day (at LuHi Summer Program in Brookville, rain date July 7)


July 16, 2022: Long Island Tennis Magazine Challenge


July 18, 2022: Long Island Kids' Day (at Sportime Hempstead Lake in West Hempstead, rain date July 19)


August 4, 2022: Long Island Kids' Day (at the Hamlet Golf & Country Club in Commack, rain date August 8)


September 20, 2022: 32nd Annual Long Island Awards Dinner (at Chateau Briand Caterers in Westbury)


The Long Island Region Team 


Adult League Coordinator


Tennis Service Representative


Long Island Region Council


Regional Council Executive Committee

  • Jonathan Klee, Regional Director
  • Mike Pavlides, Past Regional Director
  • Sunny Fishkind, Vice Regional Director
  • Randi Wilkins, Secretary


Committee Members

  • Terri Arnold-McKenzie, Chair, Diversity & Inclusion Committee
  • Scott Axler, Past Regional Director, Junior Competition Committee 
  • Shannon Blue, USTA League Committee 
  • Hilary Bressler,  Events Planner, Awards Dinner Committee, Kid's Day Committee, Junior Council Committee
  • Chris Colesanti, Adult League Committee
  • Wayne Freeman, At-Large
  • Stephen Green, Kid's Day Committee
  • Herb Harris, Grant Committee, Community Development Liaison
  • KerriAnn Jannotte, Chair, Junior Council Committee
  • Mitchell Low, Adult League Committee
  • Tim McArthur, Kid's Day Committee
  • Tito Perez, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Junior Team Tennis Committee
  • Fabiana Rezak, Community Tennis Liaison
  • Clark D. Ruiz II, Nassau County Delegate, Junior Competition Committee
  • Denise Schmidt, Events Planner, Awards Dinner Committee
  • Michelle Stoerback, Awards Dinner Committee
  • Jason Wass, Suffolk County Delegate, Kid's Day Committee, Junior Council Committee


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