Sania Mirza, Martina Hingis Finally Stopped!

The Indo-Swiss duo has been on a roll in the women’s tennis circuit since the past year, winning match after match and tournament after tournament almost engraving their names in the history books. The duo fell short by just a couple of wins to equalize the record of Jana Novotna and Natasha Zvereva for the

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Australian Open: Sania Mirza Advances in Doubles

Sania Mirza continues her great run of form from last year winning both her matches at the Australian Open. She registered comfortable victories with partners Martina Hingis in the women’s doubles and Ivan Dodig supported her well in the mixed doubles. Sania Mirza continues to impress Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis completely dominated the play

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Chennai Open: Stan Wawrinka Defends His Crown

Swiss star Stan Wawrinka enjoyed a comfortable defense of his Chennai Open crown against the young Croatian Borna Coric in the final of the tournament. Marach and Martin won the doubles title by beating Krajicek and Paire. Consecutive titles for Stan Wawrinka Top seed and defending champion Stan Wawrinka played top-level tennis throughout the tournament.

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Chennai Open: Stan Wawrinka To Defend His Title Against Coric

The last of the surviving hosts Somdev Devvarman and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan bowed out in the semi-finals of the Chennai Open. The pair lost in straight sets to Krajicek and Paire, who go on to play the final against Marach and Martin. In the singles category, Stan Wawrinka continued his great touch at the tournament and

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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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Five Indian Tennis Players To Look Out For In 2016

Each year we come up with the question who would replace the greats from our country by whose names we know and recognize the sport. We have next generation sportsmen coming up and changing the way the game is played, making new grounds, achieving new highs. India and its upcoming sportsmen have forever been regarded

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Davis Cup India vs New Zealand – India Bounces Back

Excellent performances from Somdev Devvarman and Yuki Bhambri secured India the win against New Zealand at the Davis Cup 2015. Davis Cup India vs New Zealand – Somdev Comes back Strong Somdev Devvarman, who lost his first singles match from a winning position came back strongly in the must win fourth rubber match. Somdev was

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Indian Aces Beat Manila Mavericks in a Thriller at Delhi

The Micromax Indian Aces were off to a good start in the Indian Leg of the Coca-Cola IPTL, they beat Manila Mavericks in a closely fought battle, going down to the ‘super-shootout’ for the match, in which Monfils held his nerves and won it for the home team. An electrifying atmosphere and a packed house cheering

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Indian Tennis Weekly: Sania Mirza And Ramkumar Ramanathan Win Tennis Titles

After the disappointing Davis Cup result last weekend, Indian tennis fans had lots to cheer about this week, on and off-the court. Here’s presenting our weekly recap of the Indian tennis scene for the week ending 21st September 2014. SANIA WINS 21st CAREER DOUBLES TITLE As top seeds at the WTA Toray Pan Pacific Open

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