newstennis1 month ago

Maharashtra Open | India's Rohan Bopanna to headline doubles challenge

The Netherlands' Botic van de Zandschulp will join Indian tennis player Rohan Bopanna in the doubles section of the Maharashtra Open 2023, which begins on December 31 in Pune. At world No. 19, Bopanna is India's top-ranked doubles player, while Botic van de Zandschulp is ranked 35th in the world.
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newstennis5 months ago

Davis Cup 2022 | Casper Ruud main challenge as India take on Norway

India and Norway will play in the Group I match at Hkons Hall in Lillehammer on September 16 and 17, 2022, to resume the Davis Cup competition. Additionally, this would be India's first Davis Cup encounter with Norway, hence India has prepared a potent lineup to take on Norway from Friday.
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newstennis1 year ago

Bengaluru Open 2022 | Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan win men's doubles title

Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan of India won the Bengaluru Open ATP Challenger doubles championship on Saturday, defeating Hugo Grenier and Alexandre Muller of France in the final. The Indian duo prevailed 6-3, 6-2 at the KSLTA Stadium with the help of the home fans to win the title.
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newstennis1 year ago

Bengaluru Open 2022 | Saketh Myneni ousted in men's single first round match

Saketh Myneni of India lost 6-1, 6-1 against Gian Marco Moroni of Italy in the first round of the Bengaluru Open 2022 men's singles event on Monday. Myneni, the world No. 558 had received a wildcard entry singles main draw, only managed to win one game in each in two sets of the match
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newstennis3 years ago

ATP Pune Challenger | Prajnesh Gunneswaran loses three-set thriller

Top seed Prajnesh Gunneswaran suffered a tough loss in the third round of the KPIT-MSLTA Challenger in Pune on Thursday, losing to the Netherlands’ Tim van Rijthoven in three sets. Meanwhile, three other Indians made it to the quarter-finals, with two of them set to clash against each other.
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newstennis3 years ago

AITA forced to name Leander Paes for Davis Cup clash against Pakistan

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) has been forced to name Leander Paes for India’s highly-anticipated Davis Cup tie against Pakistan after Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna refused to travel to Islamabad, citing security concerns. The Asia-Oceania Group-I tie is scheduled for November 29-30.
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newstennis3 years ago

Leander Peas puts his bet on youngsters for his Mumbai Leon Army

Co-owner of Mumbai Leon Army has put all his bet on young tennis players ahead of the next season of the Tennis Premier League by roping in Niki Poonacha and Aryan Goveas. Saketh Myneni went to Delhi Binny’s Brigade while Purav Raja was bought by Pune Warriors for an identical prize of 2.25 lakhs.
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newstennis3 years ago

Jinan Open | P Gunneswaran falters as Divij Sharan makes doubles final

Top Indian tennis ace Prajnesh Gunneswaran saw yet another disappointing end to his campaign, this time in the Jinan Challenger, as he went down to Japan’s Go Soeda in three sets. His compatriot Divij Sharan has, however, reached the final of the tournament alongside Australia’s Matthew Ebden.
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newstennis4 years ago

Davis Cup | Saketh Myneni returns to Indian squad for Pakistan tie

India has fielded a strong team which will mark the return of Saketh Myneni for this year's Davis Cup tie against Pakistan. Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Ramkumar Ramanathan will lead the singles challenge while Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan will form the doubles pair for the highly anticipated tie.
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reporttennis4 years 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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