Going into the ATP Bengaluru Challenger a few weeks, not a lot of people would have heard the name of Abhinav Sanjeev Shanmugam. Two days into the tournament, and people […]
Category: Indian Players
Interviews focused on the journey of Indian players
India No.1 Rohan Bopanna, playing with Pablo Carreno Busta, went down 3-6 6-3 6-10 to qualifying top seeds Kontinen/Struff in a close tussle. Bopanna, was initially entered to play with […]
Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Sriram Balaji share their thoughts on the season so far and on the tourneys ahead.
Mukund Sasikumar shares his thoughts on the adjustments he had to bring about in his game compared to playing in Bengaluru.
Arthi Muniyan may not be a name you have heard of, but the tale of her unlikely journey into the Tennis world is definitely one you should be aware about. From starting at the age of 12, to achieving a career high WTA Ranking of 1263 is no mean feat. In this chat, Arthi talks about the struggles she’s had and has to face on a daily basis, the support she’s received so far, and the unexpected friends she’s made on the journey –
In this interview, Sidharth Rawat talks about his introduction to tennis, the several challenges he has faced as a professional tennis player, his relationship with the other Indian tennis players, and much much more.
It’s not often you see a doubles pair dominate the way the pair of Raja-Ramanathan has, regardless of the level of tournaments. And to do it at the ATP Challenger […]
Rohan Bopanna shares his thoughts on the brilliant run by Niki Poonacha (Trainee, Rohan Bopanna Tennis Academy) at the ATP Bengaluru Challenger defeating Lukas Rosol and then running top-100 player […]
In his last professional tournament in India, Leander Paes, partnering with Aussie Matt Ebden, made it to the semi-final of the ATP Bengaluru Challenger, beating the Swedish/Indonesian pairing of Goransson […]
Divij Sharan and Artem Sital lost out in the quarters of the ATP 250 New York Open to the big serving team of Steve Johnson and Reilly Opelka with a scoreline of 36 46.