CHENNAI: Former Davis Cupper Ramesh Krishnan is in fray to succeed Anand Amritraj as the next Davis Cup non-playing captain of India. All India Tennis Association (AITA) members, who gathered at the executive committee meeting on Thursday, came up ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Ramesh on AITA radar - Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
New Delhi: Under-fire Davis Cup captain Anand Amritraj has found support from the Indian tennis players, who have written to the AITA management committee that they are "strongly opposed" to any change in the support staff. Both captain Amritraj ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago Anand not amused with AITA's Hesh-hush job New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago Indian Davis Cup players lend support to captain Anand Amritraj, want him to continue DNA India, 1 month ago Anand Amritraj's proposed removal as Davis Cup captain 'strongly opposed' by Indian tennis players Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
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India's top four singles players have requested AITA to retain both Anand Amritraj and coach Zeeshan Ali since the team has produced good results under them. In what is brewing as a fresh controversy, the Indian Davis Cup team has written a letter ...Indian Express, 1 month ago AITA is yet to take a call Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Citing disciplinary issues in the team, AITA likely to replace Anand Amritraj as captain Indian Express, 1 month ago
IMAGE: Somdev Devvarman of India. Photograph: Jonathan Moore/Getty Images Former India Davis Cupper Somdev Devvarman has come down heavily on the All India Tennis Association (AITA) for the treatment meted out to teenaged player Sumit Nagal. Why youngster Nagal was dropped from India's Davis Cup Defending Nagal, who has been dropped from the team for the upcoming New Zealand tie due to serious breach of discipline, and criticising AITA for publicly humiliating the player, Devvarman wrote in ...Rediff.com, 5 hours ago Somdev Devvarman: An Indian unafraid to play game of attrition Livemint.com, 1 week ago Somdev Devvarman sets amidst injuries and dying passion Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
IMAGE: Saketh Myneni in action. Photograph: PTI Looking back at 2016, Indian Davis Cupper Saketh Myneni said he is very happy with the progress he has made in the last eight to nine months."I have made great progress during the last 8-9 months. I have worked really hard on my fitness over the last two years and it has gradually started to pay off," says Saketh as he gears up for the Chennai Open, starting in Chennai, from January 2."I feel good about the way things are going so I am working on ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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