By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter NEW YORK — Pushing Roger Federer in three tough Australian Open sets. Beating top American John Isner in Washington, D.C. Being the No. 1 ranked junior American in 2014. That’s Long Island’s own Noah Rubin. Rubin is currently playing in the Oracle Challenger in New Haven. A big fan favorite, […]Read more "The Book of Noah: Rubin Continues To Rise"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter NEW YORK — The U.S. Open may still be going on in New York, but there is also a Challenger event in New Haven, Connecticut played at the Yale tennis facility. Some of the players who lost early at Flushing Meadows have made the relatively short trek to New Haven […]Read more "Professional tennis is still a huge thing in New Haven"