“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

“I twisted my ankle at 2-2 in the first set and unfortunately, that was that” – Prajnesh Gunneswaran

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 … More “I twisted my ankle at 2-2 in the first set and unfortunately, that was that” – Prajnesh Gunneswaran