Indian Tennis Weekly #2 – Paes, Bopanna, Sania And Bhambri Make It A Super Saturday

If this weekend is any indication for the year ahead, Indian tennis is in for some fantastic times with Leander Paes, Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza all winning doubles titles and Yuki Bhambri qualifying for his first Grand Slam main draw in Melbourne. Paes Wins 55th Career Doubles Title 41-year-old Paes, playing with his 99th

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Rohan Bopanna Wins 11th Career Title At Sydney

Rohan Bopanna won his eleventh doubles title to cap a great week for Indian tennis. While Sania Mirza made the headlines on Friday by winning the Sydney title, Leander Paes ensured the winning run continued by conquering Auckland. Yuki Bhambri too brought joy to Indian fans as he entered the Australian Open singles main draw

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Indian Tennis Weekly #1 – Sania Sparkles But Bopanna Stumbles

The first week of the new tennis season is already complete and there was plenty to follow for Indian players. In Chennai, Stan Wawrinka emerged as the champion for the third time while Leander Paes reached the doubles final. Away from Chennai, there was plenty to follow from Brisbane and Chandigarh. Here’s our look at

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Indian Tennis Weekly: Ramanathan Progress Continues, Ranjeet Makes A Mark

At the age of 29 and a decade after grinding in the minor leagues, Ranjeet Virali Murugesan won his first ITF Futures singles title in Kolkata,



Paris Masters: Bopanna and Leander Lose in Quarters

So a new beginning for Rohan Bopanna with a new partner started with one good win against top opponents. Whereas Leander continues to show the mastery of his craft by striking up an interesting partnership with the current Australian Open winner, Wawrinka. Leander also got one good win under his belt , which should give him confidence for the next year.



Paris Masters: Leander-Wawrinka, Bopanna-Nestor Reach Quarters

India had a good day at the ATP Paris Masters on Wednesday with both Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna advancing to the quarter-finals with their respective partners. While seventh seeds Rohan Bopanna and Daniel Nestor thrashed Fernando Verdasco and David Marrero 6-4, 6-0, Leander Paes and Stan Wawrinka upset the sixth seeds Vasek Pospisil and

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