_ Doubles specialist Mahesh Bhupathi has planned out his career post-retirement pretty well.In the news these days for his new 'job' of managing the affairs of tennis star Andy Murray, as reported first by Mail Today, it is now learnt that Bhupathi ... InToday, 1 month ago
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New Delhi, Apr 3 (TruthDive): Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna have decided to reunite for the rest of the season after playing with different partners in the initial months of 2013. Both the players re-join as partners with the Monte Carlo ...TruthDive, 1 month ago Tennis: India pair Rohan Bopanna and Mahesh Bhupathi renew partnership Gulf News, 1 month ago Old pair Bhupathi-Bopanna join hands again Indian Express, 1 month ago
Ten things from Wimbledon.com about Mahesh Bhupathi, a former men's doubles and mixed doubles Wimbledon champion, who has been hired to enhance Andy Murray's portfolio of endorsements and off-court deals. Bhupathi's Globosport and Simon Fuller's XIX ...Official Web Site of Wimbledon, 1 month ago
Sports News: It is well known that after the success of cricket's Indian Premier League, now in its sixth edition at home, several other sports have been toying with the idea of an international league. Doubles specialist Mahesh Bhupathi has planned ...KeralaNext.com, 3 weeks ago
Bangalore: Somdev Dev Varman, who led the players? revolt against AITA, said on Sunday that veterans Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi have provided useful ideas for the betterment of Indian tennis, but only time will tell if those ideas would work.Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
The AITA appointed three-member committee to look into players issue had its first meeting on Friday and observed that players-friendly conditions should prevail and for that it would seek help of both the Federation and the government. -Bhupathi skeptical about AITA's 3-man panel -AITA communicate all offers in writing to rebel players The committee, chaired by retired Supreme Court judge justice Deepak Verma, had a look at the correspondence between the 11-member rebel group and the All India ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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