Amogh Jain

    Freelancer

    I was 15 when I was first introduced to the world of tennis. Till date, I cannot put into words how it changed my life, but to put it simply, it gave me a new life. It is a queer feeling, the more you try to explain it, the more you realise it is inexplicable. Tennis is my life.

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    Jimmy Connors: The champion who refused to give up

    He was controversial, crazy and remained the bad boy of tennis throughout his career, but no fan can disagree with the tennis Jimmy Connors played. We bring to you the charismatic story of the American which is a testament of unadulterated passion for the game and his unshakable thirst to compete.
    Amogh Jain
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    Is it time for a new coach for Garbine Muguruza?

    Earlier this year, there were a few heated exchanges between Garbine and Sam during the on-court coaching. At one point, Garbine was heard saying “Tell me something, I don’t know.”
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    Rafael Nadal | The Champion’s story is not over yet

    Every champion has to face the test of time. Rafael Nadal had a tough last year, winning only three singles titles. Questions began to rise about Rafa’s physical vulnerability, and more so about his mental vulnerability. Was Rafa ever going to come back and play the way he used to?
    Amogh Jain
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    Birth of a legend: Leander Paes at the Atlanta Olympics

    “All I can promise is that every time I go on court I will give my best effort.”
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    How Andy Murray can become the World No.1 and what it would mean to him

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    Top 5 Dark Horses for Wimbledon 2016

    For 13 years, the Wimbledon title has stayed in the hands of just four men - such has been the gulf between them and the rest of tennis. This year does not promise to be any different, but there may be a few dark horses just out of sight who may yet change the script this July at the center-court.
    Amogh Jain
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    Sania Mirza | Birthed in India, adopted by the world

    Sania Mirza is a global star. She is an inspiration to millions of girls around the world, and an idol for thousands back home. All along the way, from playing tennis in Hyderabad to becoming the world’s best female doubles tennis player, Sania has touched many lives.
    Amogh Jain