Chennai: Mukund’s fantastic run ends & Prajnesh suffers an upset

By Vandana Elangovan On a hot sultry day, with the Chennai sun blazing down, the day started with a bang for Indians with Mukund Sasi Kumar starting where he left off. Before the second seed could blink and think, the Indian lad broke him in his first service game and was 3-0 up in the … More Chennai: Mukund’s fantastic run ends & Prajnesh suffers an upset

World renowned Alexander Waske Tennis University coming to India – Here’s all you need to know

This is the first in a four series(1/4) articles on the Altevol – Alexander Waske Tennis University being established in Ahmedabad Our country’s been witness to week-long/month-long camps involving coaches from premier tennis academies in the world. But having an entire academy centre set up here, one of the best in the world, at that, … More World renowned Alexander Waske Tennis University coming to India – Here’s all you need to know

“My focus has always been singles. I play doubles just for the love of the sport” – Saketh Myneni

By Ravishankar Krishnan, 25th November, 2018 Picture Credits – Deepthi Indukuri When Saketh Myneni went to University of Alabama in the year 2007, he was largely unheralded. He had a junior high ranking in the 1200s. But the four years of playing US Collegiate Tennis changed him completely as a player. He turned professional in … More “My focus has always been singles. I play doubles just for the love of the sport” – Saketh Myneni

It’s a Prajnesh vs Saketh final at the ATP $150K(+H) Bengaluru Final

By Ravishankar Krishnan – 16th November, 2018 To have two Indians competing in the singles final of an ATP Challenger event is rare, a $150K(+H) one at that. What makes it even more special is the fact that our top two singles players, Yuki Bhambri and Ramkumar Ramanathan, weren’t even taking part in the event. … More It’s a Prajnesh vs Saketh final at the ATP $150K(+H) Bengaluru Final

Akanksha Bhan – Indian Girl Soaring In The US Collegiate Tennis: ITD Interview

  By Sufyan Ibrahim, 21st October 2018. Just a few months ago, Akanksha Bhan was the top-ranked junior girl of India. With a modest career-high combined ranking of 110, Akanksha has won 3 singles and 1 doubles titles on the ITF Juniors Circuit, with plenty other finals. She has also been the sole representative of … More Akanksha Bhan – Indian Girl Soaring In The US Collegiate Tennis: ITD Interview