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Djokovic beats Nishikori in Miami for 63rd career title

Tennis official's comments highlight sexism in Tennis, but equ...

What started out as careless sexist comments regarding female tennis players by the CEO of Indian Wells, a popular tennis tournament in the US, has escalated into a debate about whetherfemale athletes of the sport should receive the same prize money ... International Business Times Australia, 1 month ago
Indian Wells tournament chief quits Equilibrio Informativo, 4 weeks ago

AITA selects new team

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) has chosen a new team by conducting a selection trial on a knockout format in the 50 and 55 age groups for the World Seniors tennis championship to be held in Helsinki from June 19 to 24. K.G. Ramesh, ...
 The Hindu8 hours ago
DNA India

Rio Olympics: Why Indian players must qualify on basis of their rankings only

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will not offer any wild cards for the tennis events at this year's Rio Olympics which means Indian players will have to qualify for main draws solely on the basis of their rankings. ITF Secretary General ...
 DNA India4 days ago No tennis wild cards  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago No tennis wild cards for Rio Olympics, clarifies ITF  News on Air4 days ago

'We just need support,' says Olympics-bound Soumyajit Ghosh

New Delhi: It will be the first time that four table tennis players from India will represent the country at an Olympics. The quartet of Achanta Sharath Kamal, Soumyajit Ghosh, Mouma Das and Manika Batra have booked their Rio Olympics berth with ...
 IBNLive1 week ago
Washington Post

Novak Djokovic believes male players deserve more money than women tennis players

Novak Djokovic entered the controversy about women's tennis generated by Indian Wells CEO Raymond Moore, saying that he feels male players deserve more prize money because their matches draw more spectators than women's matches. Moore, who was ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Why should male tennis players be paid more than female players, Novak?  The Express Tribune1 month ago Djokovic backtracks on equal prize money issue for men and women  Miami Herald1 month ago It's about equality, stupid  HardNews Magazine1 month ago
Irish Times

Tennis players rocked by Sharapova's admission

INDIAN WELLS — Tennis professionals rocked by Maria Sharapova's admission that she had failed a drug test are now waiting to see what sanction the Russian superstar will face. Sharapova's positive test for meldonium was the talk of the locker ...
 BDlive1 month ago Maria Sharapova not the only player ignoring Wada emails  Irish Times1 month ago Other tennis players were more diligent than Sharapova  Business Mirror1 month ago Maria Sharapova's Failed Drug Test Sheds Light on How Tennis Players Stay Clean  Latest Nigerian News.com1 month ago

Indian tennis players bag three gold

India tennis players ruled the roost in the 12th South Asian Games by picking up all the gold medals on offer on the fourth and penultimate day of the event here today. Indians won gold in womens singles, mens doubles and mixed doubles to completely dominate ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

'If India can have a world-class singles player...'

'Djokovic is playing some of the best tennis in the history of the game.' Former British tennis icon Tim Henman discusses the game, the scenario in India and country-man Andy Murray with Bikash Mohapatra/ For someone who won his first professional title in Mumbai back in 1994 to return to the city for a coaching clinic was a sense of deja vu. Tim Henman was nostalgic. Yes, for a lot had happened in the intervening 22 years. A total of six semi-final appearances in major tournaments -- ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Mark Reason: Talk about luck, female cricketers are luckier than tennis players

Raymond Moore has been apologetically licking his words off the court. The chief executive of the Indian Wells tennis tournament has abased himself. He is truly sorry, squared. He is a reptile cursed to slither the rest of his days on his belly in ... month ago Raymond Moore apologises for 'poor taste' WTA comments month ago Tennis in spotlight again as executive apologises for 'poor taste' comments about women players  Irish Independent1 month ago Tennis in spotlight again following executive's sexist remarks  Irish Independent1 month ago
Washington Post

Tennis official steps down after sexist comments about women's players

An apology from Raymond Moore was not enough. The CEO and tournament director of the BNP Paribas Openat Indian Wells, Calif., resigned Tuesday evening over disparaging remarks he had made Sunday about women's tennis players. Moore's decision was ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Tennis CEO who said women's players ride on the coattails of men quits after backlash  Washington Post1 month ago
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