Prajnesh Gunneswaran shares his thoughts on the win against Yannick Hanfmann in Q2 of the Australian Open
Category: Indian Players
Interviews focused on the journey of Indian players
India No. 1 and 17th seed at the Australian Open qualifying competition, Prajnesh Gunneswaran, speaks about how his wrist& his preparation coming into the first Grand Slam of the year.
Nirupama Sanjeev (nee Vaidyanathan) was the first Indian female tennis player to win a singles match at a Grand Slam, the 1998 Australian Open. Most recently, after giving birth to her daughter, she returned to compete for India at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi in 2010. Her autobiography, The Moonballer, is a fascinating exploration of her career, her cerebral playing style, and some of the challenges that she overcame to triumph at the Grand Slam level.
“You’re going to remember him for a lot more than just taking a set off Federer”- Somdev on Sumit
It’s been a tough year for Saketh Myneni on tour, having been unable to play a full schedule due to persisting niggles and injuries. He talks to us about he has learnt to be patient with his body, and plans to be patient and keep working. He also speaks about how he wants to keep singles as his priority for 2020, his partnership with Arjun Kadhe, how he likes to mentor the young Indian players whenever he can, and much more –
Indian Junior No.1 Dev Javia shares his thoughts on the title win in Delhi last week and on the goals for 2020
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 […]
It’s been a tough season for Olympian Vishnu Vardhan, especially after the highs of last season, where he and Sriram Balaji qualified and made the 2nd round at Wimbledon. Vishnu […]
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