newstennis27 days ago

Anand Amritraj expresses concern over singles players' lack of success

Anand Amritraj, a former Davis Cup captain, finds it worrisome that India's top singles players can't prevail in close matches on ATP World Tour despite having a strong game to support them. He says, the ability to handle pressure and make the right decisions determines the outcome of the matches.
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newstennis1 month ago

Tata Open Maharashtra | 15-year-old Manas Dhamne goes down fighting, Sumit Nagal ousted too

Sumit Nagal and the 15-year-old rising star Manas Dhamne put up gutsy performances but ended up with hard-fought losses in their opening-round matches. While Nagal conceded a 4-6, 6-4, 4-6 defeat against the sixth-seeded Filip Krajinovic, Dhamne weny down against Michael Mmoh 2-6, 4-6.
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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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newstennis5 months ago

US Open 2022 | Yuki Bhambri in second round of qualifiers, Sumit Nagal and Ramkumar Ramanathan lose

Ace India player Yuki Bhambri moved into the second round of the US Open 2022 men's singles qualifiers after he overcame Moldova’s Radu Albot in New York on Wednesday. Bhambri, 552 in the ATP rankings, beat world No. 107 Radu Albot 7(7)-6(4), 6-4 in one hour and 34 minutes to move into next round.
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newstennis7 months ago

Sumit Nagal returns to Indian squad for Norway tie in Davis Cup 2022

For the Davis Cup 2022 match against Norway on September 16 and 17, Sumit Nagal has once again been included in the Indian tennis squad. Due to an injury, the 24-year-old Sumit Nagal missed India's Davis Cup 2022 World Group I playoff match against Denmark in March, which the Indians won 4-0.
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newstennis1 year ago

Davis Cup 2022 | Sumit Nagal left out of team, Yuki Bhambri included for tie against Denmark

Sumit Nagal has been left out of India's Davis Cup 2022 World Group I playoffs versus Denmark, which will take place on March 4 and 5. Nagal, the world No. 222, has been out of play since having hip surgery in November, so now Yuki Bhambri, world No. 863, will take his spot in upcoming fixture.
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newstennis1 year ago

Sumit Nagal undergoes hip surgery, to be out of action for few months

India's premier singles tennis player Sumit Nagal will be out of action for a few months after he underwent hip surgery in Germany. Nagal, who is touted as the next big thing in Indian tennis, and represented India at Tokyo Olympics, had been struggling with a right hip injury for a long time now.
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newstennis1 year ago

India can win medals in Tennis at the 2028 and 2032 Olympics, believes Yuki Bhambri

Indian Tennis star Yuki Bhambri believes that India could win medals in Tennis at the 2028 and 2032 Olympic Games, in doubles and mixed doubles. Only three Indian players had qualified for Tennis at the 2020 Olympics, with none of them managing to get past the round of 32 in their respective events.
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newstennis1 year ago

Sumit Nagal, Sasikumar Mukund and Yuki Bhambri to miss India's David Cup clash against Finland

India’s Davis Cup team will take the court as underdogs when they take on Finland in the World Cup group stage match that begins next Friday. The team captain, Rohit Rajpal is not pleased with the fact that they will be missing out the services of Sumit Nagal, Yuki Bhabmri, and Sasikumar Mukund.
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newstennis2 years ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | AITA has misled the players regarding Olympics qualification, states Rohan Bopanna

Tennis star Rohan Bopanna is furious with the way AITA misled him into thinking that the doubles player still has an outside chance of making it to the Olympics. The doubles player had previously partnered Sania Mirza in the previous edition of the Games, narrowly missing out on a bronze medal.
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