Australian Open: Saketh Myneni Fails To Reach Main Draw

Indian tennis star Saketh Myneni came agonizingly close to securing a place in the main draw of Australian Open but lost his opportunity in the final hurdle. Myneni faced off against Mirza Basic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ranked 137th in the world) in the final round of the Australian Open Qualifying at the Melbourne Park.

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Chennai Open: Devvarman And Nedunchezhiyan Advance To Semis

The local hero Ramkumar Ramanthan had a disappointing outing at the Chennai Open as he first lost his singles quarter-final match and then suffered a double blow in the doubles quarters to fellow countrymen Somdev Devvarman and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan. Double set-back for Ramanathan at Chennai Open Ramkumar Ramanathan showed fight as he entered court for

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Chennai Open: Ramanathan, Devvarman Keep India Alive

Ramkumar Ramanathan has displayed great form at India’s premier tennis tournament Chennai Open. Ramanathan is the sole Indian entering the singles quarter finals, while Somdev and Nedunchezhiyan go head to head against Ramanathan and Balaji in the doubles event on 8th January in the quarter finals. Ramanathan makes it to singles quarters at Chennai Open

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India Tennis Weekly – Ramkumar Ramanathan Ends Season With Second Round Loss

With the women’s WTA season officially over and the ATP Tour taking a break before its World Tour Finals, it was a low-key week on the tennis circuit. Ramkumar Ramanathan reached the second round in the Italy Challenger while Ankita Raina won a match for the first time since July. All this and more in

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Indian Tennis Weekly #37 – Saketh Myneni Wins ATP Challenger Title

India has a new Top 100 player in Yuki Bhambri and Saketh Myneni wins his second ATP Challenger title. All this and more in our weekly round up of Indian tennis, Saketh Myneni wins second ATP Challenger Title Saketh Myneni certainly seems to be getting better with age as the 28-year-old captured his second ATP

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Indian Tennis Weekly #36 – Sania Mirza Winner Once More

Sania Mirza topped the charts once again this week while Ramkumar Ramanathan reached another final on the ITF circuit. Here’s our weekly recap on the Indian tennis scene. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis win eighth title of the season The Santina Express continues to steamroll the WTA Doubles circuit by picking up yet another title

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Indian Tennis Weekly #34 – Yuki Bhambri Nears Top 100

A good week for Indian tennis with Yuki Bhambri scaling new heights, Sania Mirza picking up another title and Sanam Singh and Sumit Nagal winning on the ITF circuit. All this and more in our weekly recap of Indian tennis. Yuki Bhambri reaches final in Taiwan Another week, another challenger, and another final for Yuki

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Amritraj Announces Champions Tennis League Season 2

Vijay Amritraj, Indian tennis legend and global ambassador of the sport, today announced Season 2 of the Champions Tennis League at a press conference in Mumbai. The much awaited announcement saw the unveiling of new players, new teams and a new season of excitement heralding some quality tennis in our very own backyard. The press

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Indian Tennis Weekly #32- US Open Titles for Leander Paes & Sania

It was a memorable week for Indian tennis fans with Leander Paes and Sania Mirza picking up Grand Slam titles in New York. There were also titles for Yuki Bhambri, Ramkumar Ramanathan, Snehadevi Reddy Rishika Sunkara and Sowjanya Bavisetti . All this and more in our weekly update on Indian tennis. Sania Mirza and Leander

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Indian Tennis Weekly #31 – Rohan Bopanna Shines At The US Open

With the first week of the US Open coming to a close, Rohan Bopanna is the only Indian still alive in two draws – the men’s doubles and mixed doubles. Elsewhere, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan completed a double at the ITF Futures event in Chennai while Kanika Vaidya picked up her first ITF title of any kind

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