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New Rochelle Tennis Club
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One of the oldest tennis only clubs in the United States, the New Rochelle Tennis Club was established in 1896. Over the years the club has hosted numerous top tennis players, including Bill Tilden, Ivan Lendl, Wojtek Fibak, and Steve Denton. Legendary tennis referee Jack Starr, Olympic athlete/announcer Marty Glickman and television personality Stone Phillips have also been members.

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