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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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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Ramkumar Ramanathan Celebrates 20th Birthday With ITF Title

Ramkumar Ramanathan, the brightest prospect in Indian men’s tennis, celebrated his 20th birthday in style on Saturday, by winning the ITF Futures title in Raipur. Ramkumar Ramanthan gets into Australian Open qualifying event Playing against Saketh Myneni for the second time in a month, Ramkumar Ramanthan never let his compatriot into the match, winning 6-1,

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Indian Tennis Weekly – Sania Mirza Wins WTA Doubles, Saketh Rises

Sania Mirza winning the WTA Tour Finals and Saketh Myneni/ Sanam Singh winning the ATP Challenger doubles title in Pune were the highlights of the week that went by in Indian tennis. Sania Mirza’s Biggest Doubles Triumph!! Sania Mirza added yet another feather to her much-decorated cap as she won the WTA Tour Finals with

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Saketh Myneni Wins Doubles Title But Loses Singles Semis

Saketh Myneni’s golden run in singles came to an end on Friday but the Indian won the doubles title at the KPIT-MSLTA ATP Pune Challenger with countryman Sanam Singh. MYNENI LED EARLY IN THE FIRST SET Myneni came into his singles semi-final against Japan’s Yuichi Sugita having won his last eight matches in a row

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Saketh Myneni’s Golden Run Extends To Pune Singles Semis and Doubles Final

For now it seems that Saketh Myneni seems to have stuck a rich vein of form and India has found another candidate for Davis Cup singles play

Somdev Devvarman Loses Again and Myneni Wins Again in ATP Pune Challenger

The back-to-back ATP Challengers in India were a perfect opportunity for Somdev Devvarman to rack up some wins on his home turf and boost his ranking, something he skipped the Asian Games for. But it has been a disappointing fortnight for the top-ranked Indian as he went down in the second round for the second

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Sanam Singh Upsets Second Seed at ATP Challenger in Indore

The ATP Challenger Circuit comes to Indore this week and Sanam Singh has already produced a big shock on the opening day

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