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 […]
Category: Indian Players
Interviews focused on the journey of Indian players
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
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 […]
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.
By Vatsal Tolasaria – 12th October, 2019 “It feels great to reach this milestone. It’s something that would stay with me for the rest of my life,” says an elated […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Prajnesh Gunneswaran shares his thoughts on the match, his future schedule, what he needs to do to move to the next well and also thoughts on the prize money on the tour
Vedant Bhagat, School student from Rhode Island, speaks to Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Coach Balachandran Sir to get their perspective on the match and the tourney.