“If I am injury-free, I should be knocking at ATP Top 100 soon” – Mukund Sasikumar

By Vatsal Tolasaria – 21st November, 2019 It has been a year of firsts for young Mukund Sasikumar – earning a maiden Davis Cup call-up for the World Group Playoff tie against Italy in Kolkata, making his first ATP Challenger final, taking part in his first ATP Tour event. He has been working on playing … More “If I am injury-free, I should be knocking at ATP Top 100 soon” – Mukund Sasikumar

“I feel that I am in a better state of mind than I was ever before”, affirms Riya Bhatia, fresh off from her first ITF $25,000 title in Nigeria.

Lagos Open winner Riya Bhatia shares her thoughts on the tourney win, the training at Impact Tennis Academy and her schedule for the rest of the year … More “I feel that I am in a better state of mind than I was ever before”, affirms Riya Bhatia, fresh off from her first ITF $25,000 title in Nigeria.

“Singles will follow”- says Ankita Raina, after cracking Top 150 in the WTA Doubles Rankings

By Vandana Elangovan – 20th October, 2019 It was a pretty good week for Ankita Raina on the Chinese soil, as she finished as runners-up in the doubles, partnering Dutchwoman Rosalie Van der Hoek in the big $100K ITF event in Suzhou. She also had a commendable run till the quarterfinal in singles where she … More “Singles will follow”- says Ankita Raina, after cracking Top 150 in the WTA Doubles Rankings

“College Tennis is unbelievably strong – it is not what you think” – Aditya Vashistha, India’s top player on the US College circuit

Aditya Vashishta, India’s lone entrant in the main draw of the ITA All-American National Championships Mens event, shares his journey from being a junior to now being one of the top players on the US College circuit. … More “College Tennis is unbelievably strong – it is not what you think” – Aditya Vashistha, India’s top player on the US College circuit

From having $6 in his pocket, to taking a set off Federer – Sumit Nagal reflects on his breakthrough season

By Rajdeep Singh Puri – 27th September, 2019 “Early this year, when I was flying from Canada to Germany after a tournament, I had six dollars in my wallet… just six dollars after the help that I have been getting, so imagine what a mess I must have been before. But I survived, and things … More From having $6 in his pocket, to taking a set off Federer – Sumit Nagal reflects on his breakthrough season

“Every match that we play or I play should be telecasted in India. That’s how interest will be picked up by a young kid”- Rohan Bopanna on what Indian tennis requires

Rohan Bopanna remains the only Indian standing at the Flushing Meadows, progressing in both Mixed Doubles and the Men’s Doubles event. The Indian Tennis Daily caught up with him on the sidelines of the US 2019, where he talks about his partnership with Abigail Spears and Denis Shapovalov. He also shares his thoughts on elemental … More “Every match that we play or I play should be telecasted in India. That’s how interest will be picked up by a young kid”- Rohan Bopanna on what Indian tennis requires

Interview with Jignesh Rawal ji on Mann Shah, India’s lone participant in the US Open Juniors

Coach Jignesh Rawal ji shares his thoughts on the performance of Mann Shah in the US Open Jr Boys Qualifying and also talks about the two upcoming wards Vipasha Mehra and Aman Dahiya … More Interview with Jignesh Rawal ji on Mann Shah, India’s lone participant in the US Open Juniors

“I enjoyed every moment out there” – Sumit on his experience of playing Federer

By Gautam Belday – 27th August 2019 Sumit Nagal put up a valiant effort in his Grand Slam debut against arguably, the greatest of all time, Roger Federer – at the biggest Tennis stadium in the world, the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.  The young lad from Jhajjar won the first set 6-4, despite … More “I enjoyed every moment out there” – Sumit on his experience of playing Federer

“Sumit played really consistent and handled the big stage very well” – Federer on Sumit’s game

By – Gautam Belday, 27th August, 2019 It was the biggest day in the career of our brightest young stars, Sumit Nagal, making his Grand Slam debut against arguably, the greatest of all time, Roger Federer – at the biggest Tennis stadium in the world, the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York. But the young … More “Sumit played really consistent and handled the big stage very well” – Federer on Sumit’s game