newstennis6 days ago

Sumit Nagal goes up by six spots, achieves career-best ranking of 129

India’s ace young tennis player, Sumit Nagal kept his ascent steady as the latest rankings released on Monday saw the 22-year-old moving up six spots in the world singles rankings to sit at 129. Nagal higged the limelight first after he was drawn against Roger Federer in US Open’s first round.
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newstennis11 days ago

Tennis Round-up | Rohan Bopanna reaches doubles quarters, Ramanathan crashes out

Indian tennis had a mixed day in the office that saw veteran doubles player Rohan Bopanna advancing into the quarterfinals of the ATP-500 tennis tournament in Tokyo alongside Dennis Shapalov. In other matches, while Sumit Nagal got the bye into the pre-quarters, R Ramanathan crashed out in Spain.
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newstennis16 days ago

Mental and physical attribute the main difference between top 10 and 100, says Leander Paes

Veteran Indian tennis player Leander Paes has stated that the biggest difference between a player in the top 10 world ranking and in the top 100 is often the physical and mental attribute. The 46-year-old has also praise the Tennis Premier League for giving chances to the young blood.
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newstennisa month ago

Sumit Nagal calls for support to stay afloat after ‘dream’ Grand Slam debut

Despite becoming a household name following his Grand Slam debut against Roger Federer, Sumit Nagal has struggled to get new sponsorships and has for support to stay afloat. Latest ATP rankings have made Nagal India’s second highest-ranked tennis player as he leapfrogged Ramkumar Ramanathan.
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newstennisa month ago

ATP Rankings | Sumit Nagal goes ahead of Ramkumar Ramanthan

After some tremendous displays in the last one month or so, Sumit Nagal was rightly rewarded with a stupendous jump of 16 places in the ATP rankings taking him two places ahead of compatriot Ramkumar Ramanathan. India’s top-ranked tennis player, however, is still Prajnesh Gunneswaran.
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newstennis2 months ago

Indian Tennis Round-up | Ramkumar Ramanathan bows out as Ankita Raina shines in US Open qualifiers

Ramkumar Ramanathan ended his US Open qualifying campaign with a disappointing loss in the first round itself to Filippo Baldi of Italy, ranked 145. Meanwhile, Ankita Raina pulled off a stunning win in the opening round by defeating Ysaline Bonaventure of Belgium in a thrilling match.
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newstennis3 months ago

Hall of Fame Open | Ramkumar Ramanathan eliminated, Leander Paes advances to quarters in men’s doubles

Ramkumar Ramanathan succumbed to an early exit at the ATP Hall of Fame Championships as he fell in straight sets to France’s Ugo Hembert in the second round. Meanwhile, Leander Paes managed to book himself a quarterfinals seat along with doubles partner Marcus Daniell following a comeback victory.
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reporttennis3 months ago

Hall of Fame Open | Ramkumar Ramanathan saves match point to beat Sergiy Stakhovsky

World number 134 and India's no.2 Ramkumar Ramanathan saved a match point as he came back from a set down to dramatically beat Ukraine's Sergiy Stakhovsky 5-7, 7-6, 6-2. The Indian player will now face France's Ugo Humbert in the next round, for a place in the quarter-final of the grass event.
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reporttennis4 months ago

Indian Tennis Round up | Ramkumar Ramanathan enters second round of Wimbledon Qualifications, Saketh Myneni bows out

Ramkumar Ramanathan has entered the second round of the men’s singles qualification event for the Wimbledon after beating Lukas Lacko in straight sets. In another men’s singles match, Saketh Myneni lost to Guillermo Garcia Lopez of Spain in round 1 to get knocked out of the event.
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newstennis4 months ago

Tennis Round-up | R Ramanathan advances in England as P Gunneswaran bows out in Germany

Ramkumar Ramanathan advanced into the final of the Surbiton Trophy in England with partner Kwon Soon-woo as they beat the British pair of Lloyd Glasspool and Dan Evans in the men’s doubles semis. An unfortunate Prajnesh Gunneswaran retired with an injury against Matteo Viola in Stuttgart Open.
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