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Wimbledon 2019 | Divij Sharan wins second round, Leander Paes loses in mixed doubles

Indian doubles ace Divij Sharan continued his winning streak in the ongoing Grand Slam alongside Brazilian partner Marcelo Demoliner as he overcame a tricky four-setter. In other game, Leander Paes had to bow out in the first round itself along with his Australian partner Samantha Stosur.
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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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Leander Paes and Marcus Daniell finish second in Ilkley Challenger men’s doubles

Leander Paes and his men’s doubles partner Marcus Daniell lost the final of the Ilkley Challenger tennis tournament and had to settle with the runner’s up Trophy. The Indo-Kiwi pair was beaten by Santiago Gonzalez and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi in straight sets in the summit clash on Sunday.
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Leander Paes and Marcus Daniell reach Ilkley Challenger men’s doubles final

Leander Paes and partner Marcus Daniell have made it to the final of the ongoing Challenger Tennis Tournament at Ilkley in England. The Indo-Kiwi men’s doubles pair got the better of the all Indian duo of Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Purav Raja 6-3, 7-6(4) in the doubles semi-finals.
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India Tennis Round up | Sumit Nagal loses in ATP Challenger Poznan, Ramkumar Ramanathan bows out of Surbiton Challenger

Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal lost his second round match in the ATP Challenger Poznan in Poland against Alessandro Giannessi. In the Surbiton Challenger tennis tournament, Ramkumar Ramanathan was knocked out in the second round after losing to Matthias Bachinger from Germany.
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French Open | Rohan Bopanna and partner Marius Copil knocked out in men's doubles

Rohan Bopanna, the last Indian present at the French Open, along with partner Marius Copil suffered a 6-1, 5-7, 6-7 (8-10) loss to Serbian pair of Dusan Lajovic and Janko Tipsarevic. The Indian tennis player suffered this defeat in the third round of the men’s doubles competition on Sunday.
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French Open | Leander Paes bows out in Round 2 in men’s doubles category

Indian tennis legend Leander Paes and his French partner Benoit Paire have been knocked out of the ongoing French Open as they lost their second round match in men’s doubles category. The Indo-French dup were beaten 0-6 6-4 3-6 in the match by the Colombian duo of Robert Farah and Juan Cabal.
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French Open | Rohan Bopanna, Leander Paes register comfortable wins, Divij Sharan gets knocked out

Rohan Bopanna and his men’s doubles partner Marius Copil have qualified for the men’s doubles pre-quarterfinals while Leander Paes also won his first-round match with partner Benoit Paire in the ongoing French Open. Divij Sharan and Marcelo Demoliner lost their second round men’s doubles match.
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Jerusalem Challenger | Saketh Myneni seals semi-final berth; Sasikumar Mukund bows out

Saketh Myneni has sealed a spot in the semi-finals of the ongoing Jerusalem Challenger after beating local favourite Edan Leshem in the quarters by a scoreline of 6-4, 6-3 on Friday. Meanwhile, compatriot Sasikumar Mukund has bowed out with a 2-6, 7-6, 6-7 defeat against Canada’s Filip Peliwo.
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French Open | Ankita Raina loses to 15-year-old American in qualifiers

India’s hopes of having one of their representatives in the singles category of the French Open took another hit when Ankita Raina went down against 15-year-old American Cori Gauff. Raina, India’s highest singles player, lost to the 2018 girls' singles title winner in an hour and 26 minutes.
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