French Open Is The Toughest Grand Slam, Says Sania Mirza

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has said that French Open is the toughest grand slam to win. Sania claimed that clay is clearly not the strong suit for her and her partner Martina Hingis. Hingis and Sania Mirza have won three grand slams titles in a row and they will be looking to extend the

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India Lose To Japan In Fed Cup

The Indian team went down 2-1 to Japan in the Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone group I at the True Arena Hua Hin in Thailand. The first match of the tie saw Eri Hozumi defeat Prarthana G. Thombare. The Japanese star won the game with a score of 6-2, 6-1 to give Japan a 1-0 lead

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Yuki Bhambri In Line For ATP Challenger Tour Finals

Yuki Bhambri could very well become the first Indian player to qualify for the ATP Challenger Tour Finals – which brings together the top eight players of the ATP Challenger circuit – in Brzail at the end of the year. India’s Yuki Bhambri is on track to qualify for the ATP tour Challenger Finals, which

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US Open: Leander Paes, Sania Mirza Through

The fourth day of the US Open 2015 was great for the Indian players, with Leander Paes and Sania Mirza getting through to the second round in their respective doubles competition. However, it was not such a good day for women’s fourth seed Caroline Wozniacki, as she suffered a defeat at the Arthur Ashe stadium

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US Open Qualifiers: Ramkumar Progresses, Yuki Exits

The US Open Qualifiers provided a mixed day for India as Yuki Bhambri crashed out of the tournament while Ramkumar Ramanathan progressed. Yuki puts up a good fight at US Open Qualifiers The first round of the US Open qualifier saw Yuki Bhambri face off against Yoshihito Nishioka of Japan. Nishioka was seeded 23rd for

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India Vs Czech Republic Davis Cup Tie Allotted to Delhi

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) has zeroed in on New Delhi as the venue for the upcoming India vs Czech Republic Davis Cup World Group play-off tie. Pune was also in the race along with Delhi but the top players all voted in favour of the RK Khanna Stadium in the capital for the September

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Davis Cup Preview: New Zealand vs. India

Tennis is mostly an individual sport. Men and women competitors play for themselves, their own glory. Davis Cup provides the opportunity to play for their respective countries. In a total of seven encounters between the two nations at Davis Cup, India leads with 4 wins and 3 losses. India’s wins have all come in the

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Wimbledon 2015 Week 1 Recap: Indian Players Shine

The first week of Wimbledon 2015 was filled with some exciting action. The tournament saw big upsets and excellent matches in the past seven days and here is a look back at the week that went by. Some Big Names bite the dust at Wimbledon 2015 Most of the top seeded players started off their Wimbledon

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Top 5 Indian Performances at French Open

The 2015 French Open is at the epitome of excitement right now and it would be the best time to cherish some memories. The clay courts in France have seen some memorable Indian performances over the years and this year also, a lot of hopes are riding on the tennis stars. Names like Sania Mirza,

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French Open: Mahesh Bhupathi Out In First Round

It was not a happy return to the French Open for Indian ace Mahesh Bhupathi as he lost his first round in men’s doubles in Paris on Tuesday. Bhupathi, who had teamed up with rising star Nick Kyrgios, went down 3-6, 1-6 to the French-Australian combination of Thanasi Kokkinakis and Lucas Pouille. Bhupathi/Kyrgios fail to

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