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Davis Cup: Up to selectors to decide if Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi should play, says AITA secretary Bharat Oza
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Davis Cup: Up to selectors to decide if Leander Paes and Mahes...

All Indian Tennis Association secretary Bharat Oza said that the national tennis governing body would decide on the team composition for the September 12-14 Davis Cup home tie against Serbia in July. Tweet Mumbai: The All Indian Tennis ... NDTV, 5 days ago
Oza leaves it to Amritraj, Ali The Statesman, 6 days ago

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Bops has high hopes

Where is Rohan Bopanna's career headed? The question tormented you in 2012 when the All-India Tennis Association (AITA) didn't consider Bopanna and Bhupathi for Davis Cup selection, following their fallout before the London Olympics. What would ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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India retain winning Davis Cup squad

New Delhi, March 10 (IANS) The All India Tennis Association (AITA) Monday retained its winning squad for the Davis Cup Group I Asia/Oceania second round tie against South Korea to be held at the Spo1 Tennis Courts in Busan April 4-6. The Indian ...
 News Track India1 month ago Jeevan, Sanam reserve players for Davis  Deccan Herald1 month ago "Scoring 100 goals is not everyone's cup of tea"  NewKerala.com2 weeks ago India Retains Winning Davis Cup Squad  New Indian Express1 month ago
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More the merrier

Indian tennis is on a robust new high, with two top-150 players. The country's No.1 among men, Somdev Devvarman may have temporarily slipped from 90 to 100, but Yuki Bhambri has shot up from 198 to 145 within a few weeks this season. For long, the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Devvarman wins  The Statesman1 month ago Somdev Devvarman eases into quarter-finals of Delhi ATP Challenger; Yuki Bhambri loses in doubles  NDTV1 month ago ATP Challenger: Somdev victorious, Bhambri goes down in doubles  Mangalorean1 month ago
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Indian Tennis aces living the Wimbledon dream

This weekend's final at the RK Khanna Tennis Complex in Delhi followed qualifying tournaments in Delhi and Mumbai in India Four of India's best young tennis players are heading to Wimbledon to play on the world famous grass courts as part of a major ...
 India Infoline5 days ago Four Indian juniors gear up for Wimbledon event  Prokerala1 week ago Indian winners complete their Road to Wimbledon dream  Official Web Site of Wimbledon1 week ago 4 signs that Indian tennis is on the rise  Yahoo! India1 month ago
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Sethi shock for fancied Yijia Shao

India's Simran Kaur Sethi shocked seventh-seeded Yijia Shao of China in the Asian Closed Junior Tennis Championship girls' singles first round match here at Delhi Lawn Tennis Association (DLTA) complex on Monday. The 17-year-old Delhi girl now awaits the ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
IndiaTV News

International Olympic Committee lifts 14-month old ban on Indian Olympic Association

More than a year after being shunted out of the Olympic movement due to tainted officials, India was today welcomed back by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) within days of conducting a fresh election in the IOA. The IOC lifted the 14-month old ban on ...
 DNA2 months ago IOC ends India's Olympic exile  Deccan Herald2 months ago India's Olympic suspension lifted  IndiaTV News2 months ago India's Olympic suspension lifted  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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India back in Olympic fold after IOC lifts ban

In news that will please Indian sports lovers, Indian Olympic Association secretary-general Rajeev Mehta confirmed on Tuesday that the International Olympic Committee has lifted the ban on India. The Indian body returned to the Olympic fold after a 14-month suspension following the election of N Ramachandran as Indian Olympic Association president after fresh elections were held on Sunday. India's athletes have been competing at the Winder Olympics in Sochi under the Olympic flag due to the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago We have lost valuable time to prepare for Rio  Gulf News1 month ago India return to Olympic fold as IOC revokes IOA suspension  Jagran Post2 months ago India elects new officials in bid to overturn Olympic ban  Rediff.com2 months ago

Devvarman to spearhead Indian challenge

Somdev Devvarman will spearhead an unchanged Indian team in the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I second round tennis tie to be played in Busan, Korea, from April 4 to 6. Yuki Bhambri, Rohan Bopanna and Saketh Myneni will be the other members of the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Ramachandran elected IOA president

World Squash Federation (WSF) chief N. Ramachandran was elected unopposed as the president of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) here Sunday.Kho Kho Federation of India (KKFI) president Rajeev Mehta and All India Tennis Association (AITA) president Anil ...
 Prokerala2 months ago N. Ramachandranelected IOA president  Deccan Herald2 months ago World Squash Federation chief N Ramachandran elected IOA president  IndiaTV News2 months ago N Ramachandran elected IOA president  Greater Kashmir2 months ago
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