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
Romanian No.1 player Marius Copil shares his thoughts on his partnership with Rohan Bopanna
Transcript from the QnA session with the media by Prajnesh Gunneswaran after the loss to Hugo Dellien
Divij shares his thoughts on the final run in Munich, the partnership with Marcelo Demoliner, the Indian No.1 ranking and the preparations for the French Open.
We introduce you to the coaching staff in charge at the newly launched Altevol-Alexander Waske Tennis Academy in Gujarat
Ahmedabad’s top two coaches, Mr. Shrimal Bhatt(Former Director, Shaishya Tennis Academy/STA) and Mr. Jignesh Raval(Former Tennis Director, Ahmedabad International Sports Academy/AISA), have synergised for the new Altevol-Alexander Waske Tennis University. […]
To commit that many hours towards rehab, training and towards Tennis – Imagine he has been at it for 10 years or more on the Pro Tour and still couldn’t play one full season – to be still at it – speaks volumes of his desire, hard work and self-belief. – Varun
It’s great to have a Federer or a Nadal or a Djokovic as the role model but Prajnesh Gunneswaran is one of the more closer inspirational stories on what it takes for someone to transform self into an elite Athlete. – Vishnu
Mr Karti Chidambaram and Mr Vivek Reddy – Two of India’s finest Tennis Administrators have seen Prajnesh Gunneswaran come up from close quarters!
As the first real coach of Prajnesh, Mr Jonathan also shares several anecdotes from the junior days to his views on the current success.