Saketh Myneni Interview: I Want To Break Into Top 100

It has been a memorable experience at the Incheon Asian Games for Saketh Myneni who captured the mixed doubles gold with Sania Mirza and the men’s doubles silver partnering Sanam Singh. Myneni whose singles ranking has dipped to 453 in the last few months because of injuries wants to build on this performance and break

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Asiad Tennis Recap – Five Medals for India, Gold for Sania and Saketh

In particular it will be interesting to follow the career graph of Saketh Myeni as he will look to build on his Gold medal winning performances at the Asiad



Recap Day 13: Double Gold For India In Hockey And Athletics

Day 13 turned out to be a memorable day for India as men’s Hockey brought an Asiad gold after 16 years and the women’s 4x400m relay team also defended their Asiad title successfully. In an absolutely nail-biting and enthralling contest, India saw off Pakistan in a penalty shootout to seal India’s place at the 2016 Rio

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Day 10 Recap: Tennis And Athletics Bring India More Gold

Tennis and Discus throw kept up India’s gold rush at the 17th Asian Games at Incheon as Day 10 saw India add 7 medals to its kitty to take the overall tally to 42 medals. While Sania Mirza and Saketh Myneni brought home the gold in mixed doubles, Saketh and Sanam Singh had to settle

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Sania-Saketh Win Gold; Saketh-Sanam Settle For Silver

At the start of the day, there were hopes for two gold medals for India from the tennis doubles finals. By the end of it, our players came away with one gold and one silver, ending their campaign at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon with five medals in all. Sania Mirza/ Saketh Myneni Win

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Day 9 Asiad Recap: Yogeshwar Dutt Scripts History

India wrote a golden chapter of her wrestling history as Yogeshwar Dutt brought home India’s fourth gold medal from the Incheon Asian Games. Khushbir Kaur too added her own name to the records by clinching India’s first ever walking medal by a woman at the Asian Games. With more medals from athletics and tennis, India

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Sania Mirza, Saketh Myneni And Sanam Singh In Line For Gold

Sunday was a day for the Indian tennis squad at the Asian Games in Incheon with five semi-finals featuring our players on the schedule. While India were assured of at least five bronze medals (both the losing semi-finalists in tennis automatically get a bronze medal), the Indian contingent were hoping for some gold and silver

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Yuki, Sanam Through To Quarters; Sania Starts With A Win

So we look forward to some medals for Indian tennis in the matches on Saturday



Day 7 Recap : Sandeep Sejwal Wins Swimming Bronze, India Add Shooting Silver

An elated Sandeep later revealed how much he yearned for an Asiad medal. ‘’I have worked 8 years for this and always wanted to win a medal in the Asian Games. It’s a dream come true,’’ said Sejwal.



Day 3 Recap: Saurav Ghosal In Squash Final, Shooters Deliver Bronze

Saurav Ghosal’s final appearance in the men’s singles category of Squash brought the biggest cheer to the Indian camp on Day 3 of the Asian Games