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Sania Mirza 2.0: Triumphant return to professional tennis and more

Flashback to a couple of months back, in the wilting cold of November, Sania Mirza was relaying her initial doubts about returning...
Prajnesh Gunneswaran

Air pollution as bad as India: Prajnesh Gunneswaran after reaching Australian Open qualifiers final

Prajnesh Gunneswaran moved into the final round of the Australian Open qualifiers with a 3-set win over Yannick Hanfmann, a former top-100...
Sumit Nagal

Sumit will be remembered a lot more than just taking a set off Federer...

IIT-Madras campus was home to none other than Sumit Nagal and his team as they sweated it out in a high-intensity pre-season...
Leander Paes

Inside the legacy of Leander Paes in numbers

As Leander Paes embarks on the final year of his career, The Bridge encapsulates the legacy of the now 46-year-old by delving...

Tennis: India’s Suresh Maurya joins the mentor elite

He keeps telling his students to "Get stronger every day." Now, following his own ideology, he has been inducted in one of...
Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza already qualified for Tokyo Olympics, if she wants it

After a 2+ year layoff on account of pregnancy and a few injuries, tennis ace Sania Mirza will be returning to action...
Indian Tennis

Rise of the Tennis Millennial is a paradigm shift for Indian tennis

Every era has spawned a new set of champions in world tennis. From bygone days of Don Budge, Rene Lacoste and Fred Perry...
Leander Paes

On to his 8th Olympics, a gold will be Leander’s befitting farewell

If one attempts to trace the career of Leander Paes, he will be up for astonishment looking at his glorious trophy cabinet....
Anand and Vijay Amritraj

On Vijay Amritraj’s birthday, remembering India’s missed tennis glory

India's tennis icon Vijay Amritraj’s career speaks about the phenomenon he was. He still is considered the biggest star of the country...
Sumit Nagal

Sumit Nagal has potential to break into top 50: Davis Cup captain Rohit Rajpal

Sumit Nagal, who made waves earlier this year for stealing a set from Roger Federer in the US Open, has already broken...

2020 Davis Cup: India find an old nemesis in Croatia

In September 1995, India faced Croatia in the first round of the qualifying draw at the Davis Cup. Two Indians and two...
Sania Mirza We The Women

Sania Mirza talks about breaking stereotypes on ‘We The Women’

Indian ace Sania Mirza, who took a long sabbatical from the game to have a child, has announced her return to competitive...
Vishnu Vardhan Toshi Matsui

Olympian Vishnu Vardhan pairs with 41-yr-old for Grand Slams next year

It’s been a tough season for Olympian Vishnu Vardhan, especially after the highs of last season, where he and Sriram Balaji qualified...
bopanna

EXCLUSIVE: “No reason to stop, want my daughter to watch me play,” says Rohan...

On the evidence of his two decades in international tennis, Rohan Bopanna is quite easily one of the best doubles players India...
Sania Mirza

Happy Birthday, Sania Mirza: Recap of her five best victories

Sania Mirza is celebrating her 33rd birthday today and on this occasion, let’s have a look at her five best international wins.
Davis Cup

EXCLUSIVE – Davis Cup team selection will be carried with open mind: AITA Secretary-General

It wasn’t certainly what the doctor ordered as far as Indian tennis was concerned. The amount of dirty linen being washed in...
RAINA

‘Ranking will go up in singles also’, says Ankita Raina after cracking Top 150...

It was a pretty good week for Ankita Raina on the Chinese soil, as she finished as runners-up in the doubles, partnering...

Deaf tennis World Champion Prithvi Sekhar doesn’t let his impairment define him

Prithvi was recently crowned the men’s singles champion at the World Deaf Tennis Championships in Antalya, Turkey.

“Sumit has a great work ethic” – Sania Mirza

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.

Winless for 61 weeks: A state of concern for Indian women’s tennis?

It has been more than a year since Indian tennis saw a female player win a tour-level main draw match. Decoding the downhill.
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