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Australian Open: Bopanna advances, Bhupathi bows out
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Australian Open: Bopanna advances, Bhupathi bows out

Melbourne: India's Rohan Bopanna earned an easy win to enter the men's doubles third round on a rain-plagued Friday here at the Australian Open. But his compatriot and former partner Mahesh Bhupathi's comeback trail to the circuit was cut short by ... Sify, 2 weeks ago
Mixed day for India in Melbourne MSN News US, 1 week ago
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Rio Olympics 2016: Selection should be on merit, says Leander Paes

Recalling the drama ahead of 2012 London Olympics when Bopanna and Mahesh Bhupathi refused to pair with him, Paes said dirty politics was played at that time and it should not happen this time around.
 DNA1 month ago Rio Olympics: Leander Paes Says he is Best Man For Sania Mirza  NDTV4 weeks ago Paes Shooting Himself in the Foot Ahead of rio Olympics?  New Indian Express1 month ago Leander Paes hopes no politics will be played over 2016 Rio Olympics selection  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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Mahesh Bhupathi bows out of Australian Open

Provided by IBNLive Image Credit: . Melbourne: Mahesh Bhupathi's comeback trail to the circuit was cut short here on Friday as the Indian tennis veteran, with Luxembourgish Gilles Muller, lost their men's doubles second round in straight sets to ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago Mahesh Bhupathi-Gilles Muller Bow Out of Australian Open Doubles Event  NDTV2 weeks ago Bhupathi-Muller pair crashes out of Australian Open  India Today2 weeks ago Bhupathi loses at Australian Open  India Online.in2 weeks ago
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Rohan Bopanna has refused to play with me in lead-up to Rio Olympics: Leander Paes

Leander Paes, who won three Grand Slam mixed doubles titles with Martina Hingis last season, has expressed his desire to play with Sania Mirza at the Rio Olympics. Indian tennis could be in the middle of another storm in an Olympic year after ...
 India Today1 month ago Bopanna refuses to play with Paes in Rio build-up  Times of India1 month ago Rohan Bopanna refused to play with me this year in lead up to Rio Olympics: Leander Paes  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Leander Paes: My Pairing with Bopanna Best Olympic Medal Prospect  India-West1 month ago
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Bhupathi advances, Paes loses at Australian Open

Leander Paes Melbourne, Jan 20 Indian tennis veteran Mahesh Bhupathi made a strong comeback to the circuit by winning his men's doubles first round but his one-time partner Leander Paes had to bite the dust as he lost his opening match at the ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Men's doubles dreams end for Paes at Australian Open 2016 as Bhupathi progresses  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Mahesh Bhupathi advances, Paes loses at Australian Open  5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago
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MSN News US

Rohan Bopanna concentrating on IPTL, Olympics

Provided by Firstpost "It has been a terrific year," says Indian tennis player Rohan Bopanna, summing up his performance in 2015. With four doubles titles, reaching the finals of the ATP World Tour Finals and finishing the year in the top 10, ...
 MSN News US2 months ago 'Managed to find the right partner': Rohan Bopanna on his 'terrific' year, plans for 2016, IPTL and Olympics  Firstpost.com2 months ago

World Sports: Successful second IPTL season, says Bhupathi

After an 18-day, five-nation tour, the innovative tennis tournament culminated with the Slammers dethroning the Micromax Indian Aces, 26-21, on home court at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The two teams earned the right to meet in the finale after ...
 Business World1 month ago Successful second IPTL season, says Bhupathi  Business World1 month ago
HT Syndication

Bopanna and Mirza Refuse to Take Bait

NEW DELHI: Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna set the stage with a 6-4 victory over Mirjana Lucic-Baroni and Pierre-Hughes Herbert as the Indian Aces romped to two home wins in two days by beating Japan Warriors 26-21 in the International Premier Tennis ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Rediff.com

Second season of IPTL to adopt changes in format

IMAGE: International Premier Tennis League Founder & Managing Director, Mahesh Bhupathi addresses media alongwith Gulshan Jhurani, Co-owner Indian Aces. Photograph: PTI International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) cannot be called an Indian league, its founder managing director Mahesh Bhupathi has clarified though the new competition has borrowed heavily from the cricket-based IPL, especially in the franchise business model. "This (IPTL) is not an Indian league, let's be clear about it.
 Rediff.com2 months ago Coca-Cola IPTL: Rafael Nadal downs Roger Federer in thriller as Indian Aces beat UAE Royals  MyInforms1 month ago UAE Royals finish first leg of International Premier Tennis League on top  The Gulf Today2 months ago
India-West

Indian sports looks forward to an eventful 2016

Mahesh Bhupathi New Delhi, Jan 8 With a host of big ticket events coming up, Indian sports is looking forward to an eventful and hopefully a successful year in 2016. First up, we have the World Twenty20 which starts in March. Since the ...
 ProKerala.com4 weeks ago
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