Sumit Nagal’s been having a stupendous run this season, first at the ATP Challengers, where he made 5 semi-finals in the last 7 tournaments he played, and then at the […]
Author: Vatsal Tolasaria
On the back of a stupendous Challenger run, where he made 5 SFs in his last 7 tournaments, Sumit Nagal has reached a career high ATP Ranking of 204.
Sumit has been training at the Nensel Tennis Academy in Peine, Germany, under head coach Sascha Nensel and his team. Sascha has coached former Top 10 players Nicolas Keifer and Julia Goerges in the past.
“As a parent, I can keep telling the whole world that my kid is very good at Tennis, and nobody would listen. But when a legend like Mahesh(Bhupathi) says the same, they will come out and support.” These words from Karman’s father, Mr. Chetanjit Singh Thandi, are enough to highlight the impact Bhupathi has had on young Karman’s career.
It was a busy week around the globe for our boys and girls, as they continued their quest for ATP and WTA points to move up the rankings ladder. While some of them were plying their trade on the clay courts in Europe, others chose the traditional grass-courts in the UK.
This is the first in a series of articles going in-depth into the journey of Karman Kaur Thandi, who at age 20, became just sixth Indian woman to crack the top 200 in the WTA Rankings
It was a week of the French Open qualifying, with the ATP Volvo Jerusalem Challenger going on alongside in Israel. Interestingly, Saketh Myneni, who chose to play at the Israel […]
After a good three weeks on the green clay in the US, Sumit Nagal is finally showing some consistency in his results, as he made the SF in the ATP […]
Weekly roundup of Indian Tennis players playing on the ATP, WTA, ITF tours
It was an eventful week for our boys and girls around the world, as they continued their quests to climb up the rungs on the ATP, WTA and ITF Tennis […]
It was a busy week for our boys and girls around the world, with mostly positive results coming out of everywhere, except they could have been even more positive had […]