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newstennis2 days ago

2021 Ostrava Open | Sania Mirza and Zhang Shuai pair claim women's doubles title

Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza claimed her first WTA title in 20 months as she, paired with China’s Zhang Shuai, won the Ostrava Open in Czech Republic, on Sunday. The Indo-Chinese pair breezed past USA’s Kaitlyn Christian and Erin Routliffe in the summit clash with scores of 6-3, 6-2.
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newstennis3 days ago

2021 Ostrava Open | Sania Mirza and Zhang Shuai set up title clash after inspiring win

The Indo-Chinese duo of Sania Mirza and Zhang Shuai stormed into the final of the Ostrava Open in the women’s doubles event with a win over Eri Hozumi and Makoto Ninomiya. The third-seeded pair will be against Magda Linette/Bernarda Pera or Kaitlyn Christian/ Erin Routliffe in the final.
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2021 Ostrava Open | Sania Mirza and Zhang Shuai enters semi-final in women's doubles

Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza moved to the semi-final in the women’s doubles event of the ongoing Ostrava Open, in the Czech Republic, on Friday. Along with Chinese player Zhang Shuai, the duo edged past Belarus’ Lidziya Marozava and Kazakhstan’s Anna Danilina with scores of 6-3, 3-6, 10-6.
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newstennis10 days ago

2021 Davis Cup | Rohan Bopanna and Rakumar Ramanathan lose doubles, India go down 1-3 to Finland

The Indian team lost its Davis Cup match to Finland 1-3 after losing the doubles on final day of the clash, in spite of pulling back with a win in one of the reverse singles. India will now have to compete in the playoffs next year to keep their hopes alive for a place in the World Group I.
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newstennis11 days ago

2021 Davis Cup | Indian players falter on Day 1 against Finland

Indian Tennis stars Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Ramkumar Ramanathan lost their respective singles matches on the opening day of their Davis Cup tie against Finland. India now needs to win all the matches on Saturday to progress to the qualifiers for the next edition of the Davis Cup, in 2022.
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newstennis12 days ago

Sania Mirza-Zhang Shuai pair crash out of Luxembourg Open

Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza and her Chinese partner Zhang Shuai were knocked out of the women’s doubles event of the Luxembourg Open 2021 on Thursday. The Indo-Chinese pair, seeded second in the tournament, lost to the unseeded team of Greet Minnen and Alison Van Uytvanck, from Belgium.
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newstennis14 days ago

2021 Davis Cup | Indians surprised with low-bounce, slow paced courts in Finland

The Indian Davis Cup team is surprised with the low bounce and not-so-fast courts for the upcoming match against Finland, in Espoo. Unfortunately, India will be missing out on their three top singles players - Sumit Nagal, Sasikumar Mukund, and Yuki Bhambri - for the important clash.
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newstennis18 days 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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newstennis22 days ago

US Open 2021 | Rohan Bopanna-Ivan Dodig pair eliminated in the third round; Indian challenge ends

India’s Rohan Bopanna and his partner Ivan Dodig has been eliminated in the third round of the men’s doubles event at the 2021 US Open. The pair managed to claim the first set, but were outclassed in the second, while their opponents clinched the game with a convincing display in the deciding set.
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newstennis2 months 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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