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Anand Amritraj urges AITA to take action against Sumit Nagal

Sumit Nagal's Davis Cup exclusion draws unusual attention

Indian tennis star Sumit Nagal | AFP CHENNAI: When India's squad for the upcoming Davis Cup tie against New Zealand at Pune was announced, the non-selection of Rohan Bopanna was the crux of most headlines. Sumit Nagal, who had made his bow in ... New Indian Express, 2 days ago

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Somdev Devvarman Blasts Indian Tennis Officials In A Withering Open Letter

Sumit Nagal, 19, who amazed us with a scintillating performance in his Davis Cup debut in Spain has been dropped for the upcoming New Zealand tie. AITA issued a statement about this saying that the player has been dropped because of his ...
 The Logical Indian20 hours ago Retired Somdev Devvarman lambasts AITA in scathing open letter  Times of India1 day ago Somdev's Devvarman open letter to AITA: What were you really trying to accomplish there?  Indian Express2 days ago Somdev Devvarman's open letter to AITA: former Indian tennis star hits back for dropping Sumit Nagpal  Financial Express1 day ago

Somdev Devvarman blast at AITA gives Sumit Nagal Davis Cup saga fresh twist

Former India tennis star Somdev Devvarman hit out at the All India Tennis Association (AITA), saying it may be questioning former junior Wimbledon doubles champion Sumit Nagal's attitude to cover its error in choosing five players instead of six for ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago Devvarman backs Nagal in scathing letter to AITA  Rediff.com1 day ago Somdev Devvarman Criticises AITA, Asks Youngsters To Train Abroad  NDTV2 weeks ago Somdev takes a dig at AITA, says system does not help players  Manorama Online2 weeks ago
Consumer Infoline

NZ tie to be Paes' swansong affair?

Is it time for Leander Paes to hang up his tennis racquet? The All India Tennis Association (AITA) secretary-general Hironmoy Chatterjee thinks so, and has spoken to the 43-year-old doubles exponent on the matter. Chatterjee, who is also the president of ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Sania, Paes sparkled briefly in dull season  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Sania Mirza unveils season 3 of The Label Bazaar  Consumer Infoline4 weeks ago Leander Paes training hard for 2017 season, chasing a couple of more World Records  ZeeNews.com2 months ago
One India

The AITA Should Act Now To Secure The Future Of Indian Tennis

A recent report shows that India has the most number of tennis fans in the world after the USA. Although tennis is not a household name in India, it has been producing world class players for the past few decades. The issue starts with the fact that ...
 The Logical Indian2 days ago Wheelchair tennis tourney from Dec 2  Deccan Herald1 month ago AITA ranking wheelchair tennis tournament in Bengaluru  One India1 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 India Has the Money But Not the Will to Support its Tennis Players  Tennis World USA1 week ago Chennai Open: Yuki Bhambri dispatches Ramkumar Ramanathan with ease  Indian Express2 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 Somdev: Expected nothing from AITA, they were a bunch of...  Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks 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

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

Let's cut Nagal some slack, says Amritraj

Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal. | PTI CHENNAI: Since the story of Sumit Nagal's indiscipline broke on Tuesday, it continues to gather steam each passing day. First, the recently retired Somdev Devvarman criticised the All India Tennis ...
 New Indian Express8 hours ago Nagal dropped from Davis Cup team for indiscipline  Chandigarh Tribune2 days ago
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