Tennis, Everyone?

Furi Sport, a new tennis equipment and fashion line, wants to do nothing less than change the game.

The first time Erick Mathelier visited Greenwich, Conn., was an eye-opening experience.

“The houses were humongous,” he recalled, sitting outside a Lower East Side cafe one morning in June. “I was like, ‘Wow, people live like this?’” To the eyes of a teenager from the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, Greenwich was a window to a different world, one where the houses weren’t just bigger, the dreams were.

His first glimpse of this rarefied enclave on the Long Island Sound came through tennis, in a van on the way to an Ivan Lendl tennis

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