Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Tennis

India’s indomitable wheelchair tennis players

A rasping forehand down-the-line shot lands on the line for a winner, and the sparse crowd responds with a warm round of applause. The next point starts with a strong first-serve down the “T”, and this induces a mistimed...

Dear Mr. Bhupathi, I have a question.

(…This query comes after you spoke about the increasing depth in the talent pool a few days ago. While having potential is commendable, how do you and the officials plan to work on it and ensure that Indian tennis...

List of sporting action that is going to keep you occupied this winter

The mercury decides to dip steadily as December announces it's arrival with clear blue-spat skies and a tenderly warm sun casting its warmth all around. The winter season brings with it a lift in the spirits as the fields...

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

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...

Interview with Indian U14 No.1 – Sanjana Sirimalla

Sanjana Sirimalla, the Indian U14 No.1, has slowly but surely emerged on the Indian Tennis Junior Circuit over the past couple of years. With numerous State and National titles in her kitty, Sanjana has already represented India in the...