newstennis11 hours ago

Disappointing not to have Leander Paes for Asian Games, says coach Zeeshan Ali

Indian men’s tennis team captain and coach Zeeshan Ali has stated that it is disappointing to not to have a player like Leander Paes in the mix for the upcoming Asian Games in Indonesia. Ali added that Paes' withdrawal from the team, two days before the event, is a huge blow for their medal chances.
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newstennis15 hours ago

Asian Games 2018: Leander Paes pulls out at last moment

Leander Paes has decided not to participate in the upcoming Asian Games which will begin on Saturday in Indonesia. Paes cited the reason that he was not paired up with a doubles specialist for the games as he was asked to play doubles matches with either Ramkumar Ramanathan or Sumit Nagal.
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newstennisa day ago

Asian Games | No idea about Leander Paes’ arrival, claims Zeeshan Ali

With the Asian Games just three days away, Zeeshan Ali, the captain of the Indian tennis team for the Asian Games, has revealed that he has no clue on when Leander Paes will arrive at the in Jakarta. But Rohan Bopanna voiced his optimism ahead of this year’s Asian showpiece.
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newstennis11 days ago

Asian Games | Zeeshan Ali hints at pairing of Leander Paes and Ramkumar Ramanathan

Captain Zeeshan Ali has hinted that India might pair Ramkumar Ramanathan and Leander Paes for the upcoming Asian Games on the former's request to pair him up with Paes. Initially, the pairing of Leander Paes and Sumit Nagal was being considered for the men's doubles event in the Asian Games.
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newstennis19 days ago

Rohan Bopanna uncertain of Rogers Cup participation ahead of Asian Games

Indian tennis star, Rohan Bopanna has said that he is uncertain about his participation in the Rogers Cup in Canada ahead of the 2018 Asian Games. Bopanna has already missed three ATP World Tour events including the Bastad event and has been out of action since Wimbledon due to a shoulder injury.
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newstennisa month ago

Ramkumar Ramanathan scripts history by reaching final of Hall of Fame Open

Ramkumar Ramanathan created history by becoming first Indian to reach the title clash of an ATP world tour in seven years as he powered through to the final of the Hall of Fame Open in Newport on Saturday. He defeated American Tim Smyczek 6-4, 7-5 in the semi-final match that lasted for 90 minutes.
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newstennisa month ago

Hall of Fame Open | Ramkumar Ramanathan reaches first career semi-final; Leander Paes bows out

Leander Paes, partnering Jamie Cerretani, has been knocked out after losing his doubles quarter-final at the Hall of Fame Open tournament in Newport. But there was some good news for the fans as well with Ramkumar Ramanathan managing to reach his first ever ATP semi-finals.
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newstennis2 months ago

AITA approves pairing Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan pairing for Asian Games

The AITA has given the pairing of top two Indian doubles players, Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan, the green signal to represent India in the doubles event at the Asian Games. Men's Squad Captain Zeeshan Ali chose both the players as one team, while keeping Leander Paes and Sumit Nagal in the other.
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newstennis2 months ago

Saketh Myneni jumps 85 ranks in ATP singles rankings

India’s Saketh Myneni made a massive 85-place jump to touch 362 in latest ATP singles rankings following his exploits at the Fergana Challenger where he reached the semi-finals. Myneni insisted that he needs to make his way back to high intensity tennis and hoped this was the start of it.
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newstennis2 months ago

Yuki Bhambri jumps 9 places to 84, Prajnesh Gunneswaran attains his career best 169th rank

Top-ranked Indian singles player Yuki Bhambri jumped nine places to 84 while Prajnesh Gunneswaran touched his career-best rank of 169 after climbing 14 spots on the ranking ladder. Gunneswaran has also qualified for his first ATP World Tour event in Stuttgart, which is slated to start this week.
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