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No Better Davis Cup Captain Than Anand Amritr...

No Better Davis Cup Captain Than Anand Amritraj Since 1987-88:...

Expressing surprise at the sacking of his younger brother Anand Amritraj as captain of India's Davis Cup team, tennis great Vijay Amritraj said that the former was the country's best captain in the last three decades. The older of the Amritraj ... NDTV, 4 days ago

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Inspiring Story of the Wheelchair Table Tennis Player Who Has Her Eyes Set on 2020 Paralympics!

Bhavina Patel and three other para table tennis players are making India proud on the international stage and the Blind People's Association is helping them achieve greater heights! In the year 2004, when Bhavina Patel moved to Ahmedabad from her ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Russian tennis player Petrova announces retirement  IANS Live4 days ago Bopanna bats for wheelchair tennis  Press Trust of India1 month ago Rohan Bopanna bats for wheelchair tennis  Indian Express1 month ago

How to produce an Indian tennis champ

Tamil Nadu Tennis Association Vice President Karti Chidambaram says the top 5-6 players such as Yuki Bhambri, Ramkumar Ramanathan, Sumit Nagal, Dhakshineshwar Suresh and Nitin Sinha should be supported to travel with a common coach and trainer, play 26 tournaments, out of which at least 18 are abroad, train for 20 weeks and have six weeks of rest in a year. IMAGE: Wimbledon boys' doubles champion Sumit Nagal. Photograph courtesy Sumit Nagal Tamil Nadu Tennis Association Vice President Karti ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India has enough money for tennis but AITA has no will: Karti Chidambaram  Indian Express1 week ago
Manorama Online

Somdev Devvarman Criticises AITA, Asks Youngsters To Train Abroad

Somdev Devvarman made scathing criticism of the All-India Tennis Association (AITA) , saying that the federation was not interested in creating a good system. Somdev, who announced his retirement on Monday , also asked budding tennis players to go ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Somdev takes a dig at AITA, says system does not help players  Manorama Online2 weeks ago Somdev Devvarman launches scathing attack on AITA  DNA India2 weeks ago Somdev berates AITA, says he has lot to offer to Indian tennis  Business Standard2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

After long feud over royalty, AITA and TNTA friends again

Yuki Bhambri at Chennai Open 2017.(Ashwin Prasath | EPS) CHENNAI: Since the 2013 Chennai Open, the All India Tennis Association and Tamil Nadu Tennis Association have been locked in a royalty dispute. The TNTA had said the royalty, then priced ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago SPN India to air Chennai Open tennis  Rapid TV News2 weeks ago Sony Six/HD, SonyLiv to broadcast Chennai Open Live  Indian Television2 weeks ago SPN acquires rights for Chennai Open  Best Media Info2 weeks ago
The Telegraph

AITA's series of volleys

Anand Amritraj has, for now, managed to survive the axe of All Indian Tennis Association's (AITA) selection committee as both he and Zeeshan Ali have been retained as non-playing captain and coach, respectively, for India's Davis Cup tie against New ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago AITA is yet to take a call  The Telegraph3 weeks ago
Asia Net India

Praveen first AITA women president in five decades

eaucrat Praveen Mahajan on Thursday became the first woman President of the All India Tennis Association in more than five decades, replacing veteran administrator Anil Khanna who was forced to quit by the Sports Ministry. The AITA appointed ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago (Rptg rephrasing intro and adding info)  India.com1 month ago Praveen Mahajan Becomes First Woman President of All India Tennis Association  NDTV1 month ago Praveen Mahajan becomes the first woman president of AITA  Yahoo! India1 month ago

Khanna rules himself out

Anil Khanna on Thursday said he has stepped out of the race to be re-elected as the All India Tennis Association (AITA) president to end the federation's long-standing tiff with the government. As per the Sports Code, an office-bearer who has served two ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Khanna withdraws from Prez post for sake of AITA recognition  Business Standard2 months ago AITA puts uniformity as condition for electing new Prez  Business Standard2 months ago
One India

Jorhat Open tennis

GUWAHATI, Dec 23 - The 25th Jorhat Open, a major State Ranking Tennis Tournament of the All Assam Tennis Association will kick start at the Jorhat Tennis Club from December 26.Noted sports organiser Nani Dutta will inaugurate the championship at 9.30 am. The ...
 The Assam Tribune3 weeks ago Kaliyani Open tennis meet begins  The Assam Tribune1 week ago ID tennis trourney gets under way  The Assam Tribune1 week ago Wheelchair tennis tourney from Dec 2  Deccan Herald1 month ago

AITA showed no courtesy before dropping me: R...

Mumbai: Indian tennis star Rohan Bopanna hit out at the All India Tennis Association (AITA) on Tuesday for dropping him from the Davis Cup squad for the match against New Zealand in Pune, next year. The AITA, which had appointed tennis star Mahesh ...
 Dotemirates.com3 weeks ago
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