Citi Taste Of Tennis New York

Citi Taste Of Tennis New York

  • Start Date: 2019/08/22 19:00
  • End Date: 2019/08/22 21:00

Citi Taste of New York!


Use the code “LTE10” For 10% off on your Citi Taste Tickets!

3 On 3 Basketball Tournament!

3 On 3 Basketball Tournament!

  • Start Date: 2019/08/19 18:00
  • End Date: 2019/08/19 22:00

Monday August 19th 2019!

Registration is at 6PM!

Starts at 6:30PM!

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Legacy On The Lawn


Kick off the summer season with with Legacy and join us at Germantown Cricket Club for Legacy on the Lawn. We will be playing on the grass courts at GCC, tennis whites are required, but shoes can be full color. Sign up online here or download and fill out this form and return to 4842 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19129.

2:30 pm: Registration

3:00 pm: Tennis Round Robin

5:30 pm: Cocktail Reception and Award Ceremony

Address: 411 West Manheim Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144


Play and Serve: With your support, Legacy is able to provide free and low-cost tennis, education and character programming for thousands of young people throughout Philadelphia, Chester and Camden.


5th Annual Bob Brasler Memorial Event: A loyal and dedicated board member for more than 40 years, Bob Brasler worked tirelessly to achieve his goal of making the Legacy Center an extrodinary and magical place for children.

36th Annual Legacy Benefit Highlight Video

If you missed the 36th Annual Legacy Benefit, here are some of the many highlights of the night! Thank you to all of the amazing people that came out and contributed to support Legacy – this fundraiser wouldn’t be a success without you!


Legacy Youth Tennis and Education will host our 36th Annual Benefit at the Legacy Center on Thursday, April 18, 2019.

Please join us for Legacy’s most important fundraiser of the year! Beginning at 6:00 p.m. guests will enjoy a night to remember including a fabulous dinner, drinks, live music, a live auction and one of the largest silent auctions in Philadelphia. All proceed from this special will directly support Legacy’s efforts to serve our youth through the sport of tennis, combined with education and character programming.

At this year’s event, we will honor Clay W. Hamlin, III, Co-Founder of CITRS. The Achievement Award will be given to David Anthony (D.A.) Abrams, Immediate Past Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the USTA.

We are proud to welcome the celebrity guests who will be in attendance:

Connor Barwin, Founder and President of The Make the World Better Foundation & former Philadelphia Eagle
Bernard Hopkins, Former Professional Boxer
Dave Leno, ESPN Play by Play Announcer, Philadelphia Union Broadcaster & Voice of the Philadelphia Freedoms
John Clark, NBC Philadelphia Sports Anchor
Linda Swain, Emmy Award-Winning Producer &  Host of Tapping IN: The Happiest People and Places

Each $250 ticket includes hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and dinner. If you would like to purchase a ticket or make a donation, you can do so via the ticketing page.

View auction items and bid online now at .

New Group of Rising Stars Come to the Legacy Center

Legacy is excited to introduce our 2019 novice class of Rising Stars! These eight new Rising Stars, Lana Rodriguez, Destiny Jones, Alandrea Lugo, Aaleah Smith, Israel Edwards, Ziyan Hemingway, Amylah Carter and Nafi Curtis were participants in either Legacy’s after-school or community summer tennis programs. This special group of players were chosen to participate in the Rising Stars program based on a talent identification process that included their growing tennis skill-set, a strong commitment level demonstrated through their consistent attendance, positive behavior, and parental involvement. As part of the program, our newest Rising Stars have been enrolled in Junior Tennis Clinics at our flagship Legacy Center. There, they also receive free semi-private lessons and educational and guidance support. We congratulate these special players on being selected as Rising Stars! New Rising Star,12 year old Destiny Jones, is most looking forward to improving her game, making some new friends and playing in her first tournament this year

High School Night

featuring Greater Philadelphia’s high performing public, private & charter high schools!

Thursday, January 31, 2019

6:00pm- 8:00pm

Location: Legacy Youth Tennis
4842 Ridge Ave, Phila 19129

All 7th & 8th Graders are encouraged to come and learn
more about each school’s mission, admissions process,
academic requirements, financial aid and more.
Principals, Admissions Directors & Tennis Coaches
from Greater Philadelphia’s high performing public,

private & charter high schools.

For more information please contact: Jude Henzy or 215-487-3477 x144

Frank Green is Legacy’s New Associate Director of Tennis

We are excited to announce that Frank Green has been named Legacy’s new Associate Director of Tennis!

Frank grew up in Legacy’s program and was an accomplished junior. He held rankings as high as #2 in USTA Middle States and as high as #8 in the Nation. Frank’s National Championship winnings include four in singles and one in doubles. He attended Louisiana State University (LSU) before transferring to Florida A&M University. As a player at Division I Florida A&M, he was the 2006 Conference Player of the Year.

Frank returns to Legacy with over fourteen years of experience having coached several national and sectional champions and has placed over fifteen athletes into collegiate tennis programs. Frank will be working closely with Legacy’s Director of Tennis, Sanjin Kunovac, on all aspects of programming and will be especially involved in player development.


Legacy Golf Tournament

This past Monday, September 24th, 2018, Legacy hosted a special day of golf at the 1912 Club.  The sold-out crowd enjoyed lunch, a fun-filled day of golf, cocktails and a silent auction, and dinner and awards We are extremely proud to announce that the event has raised over $90,000 which enables Legacy to continue to prepare young people for success through tennis and education.

We would like to give a big thank you to Board Chair Gary Williams and Axis Construction management for its leadership and to our many other sponsors who made the event successful. In addition, thanks to Dave Leno for serving as MC, our photographers, volunteers, brothers AJ Walker-Matthews and Quentin Matthews for sharing why Legacy is so important to them and our community.

Thank you to everyone that contributed to making this event such a great success!




Legacy Youth Tennis and Education players have opportunities to experience the US Open!

The US Open Tennis Tournament has the highest attendance of any sporting event in the world. Lucky for Legacy it’s an easy day trip to Flushing Meadows to watch the best players compete for the last major title of the year.

Last Saturday, September 1st, two dozen Legacy kids and their parents drove back up to the Open to participate in the USTA’s Net Generation event. As fans arrived for the day’s opening matches, hundreds of young tennis players in yellow t-shirts were on the courts hitting red balls over mini-nets. After the demo, each Net Generation rep got to stay on the US Open grounds for the whole day to watch their favorite pros play the game we all love.

The week before, on August 25th, we loaded up cars, vans and a school bus (sponsored by Legacy friend and Board Member, Maria McGarry) and over oh hundred coaches, players and their families attended Arthur Ashe Kids Day. Attendees got to see the pros hitting in the brand-new Louis Armstrong Stadium, watch qualifying matches on the outer courts, participate in practice drills, attend a concert in Arthur Ashe stadium, and basically have open access to the entire campus of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The highlight, of course, was a giant group photo of the Legacy family in Legacy shirts in front of the largest tennis stadium on the planet.