Indian Tennis Weekly: Sania Mirza Wins WTA Tour Finals

Sania Mirza was the headline grabber once again as the Indian won the season-ending WTA Tour Finals even as Yuki Bhambri made another impressive jump in the ATP rankings. All this and more in our weekly recap of Indian tennis. Sania Mirza Ends Season With a Bang Sania Mirza could not have ended the season

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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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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 #23 – Double Joy for Sanam Singh

It’s Wimbledon time, which means the top Indian stars are all in London competing for Grand Slam glory. But, away from the strawberries and cream of the All England Club, Sanam Singh won the singles & doubles title at the ITF Futures in Wichita. All this and more in our weekly Indian tennis recap. Sanam

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Indian Tennis Weekly #20 – Rohan Bopanna Wins Stuttgart Doubles Title

Rohan Bopanna came away with the Mercedes Cup doubles title in Stuttgart in an otherwise lacklustre week for Indian tennis, as we round up what our players have been up to on the international circuit. Rohan Bopanna Wins Fourth Title of the Season India’s Rohan Bopanna and Germany’s Florin Mergea won the Mercedes Cup doubles

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Indian Tennis Weekly #16: Challenger Semis For Yuki Bhambri

Yuki Bhambri put up a good show last week, reaching the semi-finals of the ATP Challenger event in Taipei. And, while our top doubles stars did not make much noise, Karunuday Singh and the pair of Somdev Devvarman/Sanam Singh reached doubles finals in Challenger events to cap a decent week for Indian tennis. Yuki Bhambri Reaches Challenger

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Indian Tennis Weekly #15 – Sania Mirza Loses Early

Tennis – The doubles stars flopped last week but Eetee Mehata and Sharmadaa Baluu brough in some cheer for the Indian tennis fans in this week’s recap. Mirza, Paes, Bopanna Lose Early Following the recent highs on the doubles circuit, last week was a disastrous one for India’s top doubles stars. After winning three successive

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Indian Tennis Weekly Recap #10: Sania Mirza Wins In Indian Wells

Sania Mirza came away with yet another prestigious title and climbs all the way to No. 3 in the world rankings while N. Vijay Sundar Prashanth won the ITF singles title in Tiruchirapalli. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis Win Indian Wells Playing their first tournament together, the newly formed pairing of Sania Mirza and Martina

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Indian Tennis Weekly #7 – Bopanna Wins Dubai, Sania Makes Doha Final

As we celebrate Rohan Bopanna’s birthday today, Indian tennis weekly covers his doubles win at a ATP tour event. In other events Sania Mirza reaches a WTA final and Somdev Devvarman/ Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan combined to win an ATP Doubles Challenger title. All this and more in our weekly recap of Indian tennis. Rohan Bopanna Wins

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Kolkata Open: Ramkumar Ramanathan In Quarters

A day after shocking the India number one Somdev Devvarman, Ramkumar Ramanathan continued his sizzling run at the Kolkata Open by booking his place in the quarter-finals. He registered a 6-1, 5-7, 7-5 victory over Serbian Miki Jankovic at the Bengal Tennis Association (BTA) complex on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Delhi Open runner-up Yuki Bhambri bowed out

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