Indian Tennis Weekly: Bopanna Qualifies for ATP Tour Finals

Rohan Bopanna stole the headlines this week by qualifying for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London next week while Yuki Bhambri ended his best season with a pull-out. All this and more in our weekly recap on Indian tennis. Rohan Bopanna and Florin Mergea Qualify for the ATP World Tour Finals Rohan Bopanna

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Indian Tennis Weekly #29 – Yuki Bhambri Makes It To Semis

While Leander Paes, Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza failed to shine in Cincinnati, Rishika Sunkara and Sowjanya Bavisetti picked up the ITF Doubles title in Egypt. Here is our recap of the last week for Indian tennis. Paes, Bopanna and Mirza Lose in Cincinnati At the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, Leander Paes and

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Indian Tennis Weekly #28 – Purav Raja Wins Challenger Title

There were early exits waiting for Leander Paes, Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza on the ATP/ WTA circuits while Purav Raja picked up a Challenger title in Portoroz. All this and more in our recap of the week in Indian tennis.  Early Exits for Paes, Bopannna and Mirza It was not a good week for

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Indian Tennis Weekly #26 – Yuki Bhambri in Quarterfinals

A quiet week for most of the top Indian players except Yuki Bhambri who reached the ATP Challenger quarter-finals in Lexington while Neeraj Elangovan/ Nikki Kaliyanda Poonacha picked up a doubles title on the ITF Circuit. All this and more in our weekly recap on Indian tennis. Yuki Bhambri Reaches ATP Challenger Quarter-Finals Sixth seeded Yuki

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Indian Tennis Weekly #25 – Divij Sharan Triumphs

Purav Raja had another good week on the ATP Tour, Divij Sharan wins an ATP Challenger title and Prerna Bhambri makes the ITF Finals in Hong Kong. All of this and more in our weekly recap on Indian tennis. Divij Sharan Wins First ATP Challenger Title Divij Sharan also saw a welcome return to form

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Indian Tennis Weekly#24 – India Beat Kiwis in Davis Cup

India beat New Zealand in the Davis Cup Asia Oceania zonal tie, Purav Raja reached the semi-finals in Newport and Sriram Balaji walked away with another ITF Futures doubles title. All this and more in our weekly recap of Indian tennis. India make great comeback to beat the Kiwis in Davis Cup In the Davis

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Wimbledon: Sharapova, Djokovic Sizzle; Ivanovic Out

Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova sizzled on a day when temperatures soared to a record high and heat became the biggest talking point at the Wimbledon Championships which is usually known for rain. Players started to feel dizzy and a ball boy collapsed as mercury touched 35.7 degrees Celsius – the highest recorded

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2015 Wimbledon: Leander Paes Wins, Purav Raja Out

Eleventh seeds Leander Paes and Daniel Nestor entered the men’s doubles second round of 2015 Wimbledon Championships but it was the end of the road for Purav Raja as he and partner Fabrice Martin crashed out in the opening round on Wednesday. 2015 Wimbledon: Easy win for Leander The Indo-Canadian pairing of Leander Paes and

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Wimbledon Qualifying: Tough Loss For Saketh; Raja Wins

Day 3 of Wimbledon qualifying saw a heartbreaking loss for Saketh Myneni in the second round of men’s singles while Purav Raja and Fabrice Martin overcame Divij Sharan and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela to enter the main draw in men’s doubles. Saketh Myneni goes down fighting in Wimbledon qualifying World No. 210 Saketh Myneni put up

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Wimbledon Qualifying: Doubles Brings Joy; Somdev Out

Indian doubles players provided the spark after Somdev Devvarman’s disappointing exit in singles on Day 2 of the Wimbledon qualifying held at Roehampton. Somdev came back on Tuesday to complete his rain-suspended first round match against Spaniard Inigo Cervantes. However, the Indian No. 2 could not do much and succumbed to a 7-5, 4-6, 2-6

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