“Sumit has a great work ethic” – Sania Mirza

By Vatsal Tolasaria – 13th October, 2019 With a record eight semi-final appearances on the ATP Challenger Tour this season, rising star Sumit Nagal has managed to grab the attention of the entire nation. The legendary Sania Mirza also weighed in with her opinion on the young lad from Jhajjar. Speaking on the sidelines of … More “Sumit has a great work ethic” – Sania Mirza

The 4th leg of the DreamBig UTR Challenger Series to be held in Mumbai from Oct 18-20, 2019

After running three successful DreamBig UTR Challenger series Tennis tournaments at Ahmedabad, New Delhi and Hyderabad, the action moves to the city of Mumbai where the 4th leg will be held at the Bombay Gymkhana Club from October 18-20, 2019. The Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) is a tool that U. S. College coaches use to … More The 4th leg of the DreamBig UTR Challenger Series to be held in Mumbai from Oct 18-20, 2019

Divij Wins ATP 250 St. Petersburg Open, Ramkumar reaches semis in Glasgow- Indian Tennis Roundup for the week of 16th September

By Vandana Elangovan– 23rd September, 2019 Divij Sharan and Ramkumar Ramanathan are the star performers for India this week, with Divij Sharan winning the ATP 250 title in St. Petersburg and Ramkumar making the semifinals in ATP Murray Trophy, a Challenger event in Glasgow, Scotland. Divij Sharan bags ATP 250-St.Petersburg title It was yet another … More Divij Wins ATP 250 St. Petersburg Open, Ramkumar reaches semis in Glasgow- Indian Tennis Roundup for the week of 16th September

Divij wins Jinan title – Indian Tennis Roundup for week of 2nd September

By Vatsal Tolasaria – 9th September, 2019 It was a fairly quiet week for our boys and girls across the world, especially in the singles, as the likes of Prajnesh Gunneswaran, Sumit Nagal and Ramkumar Ramanathan, had below-par results. The only bright spot was Divij Sharan’s doubles win at the big ATP 125 Jinan Challenger … More Divij wins Jinan title – Indian Tennis Roundup for week of 2nd September

“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

“Sumit’s forehand is tough for even the top guys to handle” – Sascha Nensel, Sumit’s Coach

By Vatsal Tolasaria – 31st August, 2019 Sumit Nagal’s been having a stupendous run this season, first at the ATP Challengers, where he made 5 semi-finals in the last 7 tournaments he played, and then at the US Open, where he qualified for his first Grand Slam, and the gave the mighty Roger Federer a … More “Sumit’s forehand is tough for even the top guys to handle” – Sascha Nensel, Sumit’s Coach

DreamBig Events: UTR Challenger Series: Hyderabad September 20-22, 2019: Lakeview Tennis Academy

By Sufyan Ibrahim, 28th August, 2019. Tennis is an amazing game. The added elements of tremendous power, stamina for days, and sheer athletic ability are nothing short of incredible. With the recent conclusion of the Wimbledon final, what stood out was the sheer brutality of the game, along with the fact that players have to … More DreamBig Events: UTR Challenger Series: Hyderabad September 20-22, 2019: Lakeview Tennis Academy

“The first set from Prajnesh was top-50 level but his level dropped after. That’s where he should be better” – Medvedev on Prajnesh Gunneswaran

World No.5 Daniil Medvedev shares his thoughts on the performance by the Indian No.1 Prajnesh Gunneswaran … More “The first set from Prajnesh was top-50 level but his level dropped after. That’s where he should be better” – Medvedev on Prajnesh Gunneswaran

Division 1 U.S. College Coaches in New Delhi to recruit and give scholarships

By Sufyan Ibrahim – 30th July, 2019 They nailed it in Ahmedabad! Congratulations to Kristi Boro – the rising young star from Assam who won the Girls’ category and Sam Chawla – the talented tennis player who won the Boys category at the first ever UTR Tournament run in India by DreamBig Events in Ahmedabad … More Division 1 U.S. College Coaches in New Delhi to recruit and give scholarships

Kerber’s former coach Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh shares his experience of working with Karman

Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh is an Iranian-German tennis player turned coach. He has worked with the likes of Angelique Kerber, Victoria Azarenka and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Benjamin has also been a major part of the coaching staffs of prestigious tennis academies such as Mouratoglou Tennis Academy and Alexander Waske Tennis University.

In this interaction, he discusses his overall experience of working with Karman, his take on her game, and his thoughts on what the future holds for her – … More Kerber’s former coach Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh shares his experience of working with Karman