“Singles will follow”- says Ankita Raina, after cracking Top 150 in the WTA Doubles Rankings

By Vandana Elangovan – 20th October, 2019 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 $100K ITF event in Suzhou. She also had a commendable run till the quarterfinal in singles where she … More “Singles will follow”- says Ankita Raina, after cracking Top 150 in the WTA Doubles Rankings

“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

Indian-American Nikita Uberoi, an Ivy league graduate and now steadily making a name for herself on the Pro tour.

Sister of former Indian No.1 Shikha Uberoi (and Neha), read the interview to know about the journey of Nikita – an upcomer and one of the nicest players out there. … More Indian-American Nikita Uberoi, an Ivy league graduate and now steadily making a name for herself on the Pro tour.

“Decided to play aggressive and stuck to it. I wasn’t good enough to execute it well” – Prajnesh Gunneswaran on his French Open experience

Transcript from the QnA session with the media by Prajnesh Gunneswaran after the loss to Hugo Dellien … More “Decided to play aggressive and stuck to it. I wasn’t good enough to execute it well” – Prajnesh Gunneswaran on his French Open experience