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I have never shied away from the call of duty: Paes
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Selectors need to decide on direction they want to move, says ...

Summary Both Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes announced their availability for the Davis Cup tie at home against Serbia. The AITA secretary Bharat Oza made it clear that the national selection committee needs to take a call on whether they ... Indian Express, 3 days ago
Eager as ever Bangalore Mirror, 4 days ago
I have never shied away from the call of duty: Paes Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 3 days ago

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Backward? Selectors to Take Decision Soon

Past perfect to future tense! That's the curious case of Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi. As India get ready to host the Davis Cup World Group playoffs tie against Serbia in September, permutations and combinations are already being worked out over ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago Let's shift the focus away from Leander and Mahesh now: Somdev  IndiaPost4 weeks ago 'Let's focus on youngsters'  The Telegraph2 months ago 'Won't be easy to beat South Korea'  The Telegraph2 months ago

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

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 ...
 NDTV2 days ago Do we want veterans Paes and Bhupathi in Davis Cup team ? Decide: Oza to selectors  News on Air2 days ago

I was honoured when Martina Navratilova ordered me to play Leander Paes

Arun Sharma about Indian tennis' transitional phase, his toughest challenge, future aims -- plus teaming up with Mahesh Bhupathi and
 Big News Network3 weeks ago Paes, Gopichand get Padma Bhushan; Yuvraj Padma Shri  Deccan Herald2 months ago Bhupathi, Paes score; Bopanna falls  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Paes, Sania, Bopanna in quarters

MELBOURNE, Jan 20 (PTI): Leander Paes emerged victorious in a tight mixed doubles contest against Mahesh Bhupathi to advance to the quarterfinals while Sania Mirza stormed into the last-eight stage in her two events at the Australian Open here today.Paes and ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago Sania-Tecau march into Australian Open semis, Paes-Hantuchova out  Deccan Herald2 months ago Paes ousts Bhupathi, Saina and Bopanna win at Australian Open  Rediff.com2 months ago Paes, Sania, Bopanna advance to Australian Open quarterfinals  Business Standard2 months ago
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Bopanna moves to 12th; Somdev and Yuki unchanged

Leander Paes, who was unchanged at 10th, continues to be India's number one player in doubles while Mahesh Bhupathi slipped further to 47, a loss of six places. Divij Sharan (64) and Purav Raja (71) are the other Indian players in top-100. Both of them moved ...
 IBN Live1 month ago Somdev and Yuki unchanged, Bopanna moves to 12th  Asia Net India1 month ago Tennis Rankings: Bopanna moves to 12th; Somdev, Yuki retain positions  Rediff.com1 month ago Bopanna Moves to 12th; Somdev, Yuki Unchanged  New Indian Express1 month ago

Eager as ever

In another two months, Leander Paes will turn 41— an age when you think investments and lessen the workload on your body. But Paes is still thinking Grand Slams and he's also willing to make himself available for the Davis Cup tie against Serbia ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 days ago

Mahesh Bhupathi's IPTL to sell stakes to Williams, Becker, Moya

MUMBAI: Mahesh Bhupathi-owned International Premier Tennis League or IPTL, which will feature top-ranked tennis stars and former champions, will sell significant minority stakes to Serena Williams, Carlos Moya and Boris Becker, said a person with ...
 Economic Times6 days ago Tennis set to enter franchise era on Sunday  Gulf News1 month ago Tennis: Federer snubs new league  CNN1 month ago Top-ranked Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams drafted in IPTL league  Gnom.es1 month ago

BhupathiAnderson knocked out of Sony Open

India's Mahesh Bhupathi and his South African partner Kevin Anderson suffered a first-round exit from the men's doubles event of Sony Open Tennis in Miami. Bhupathi and Anderson went down 4-6, 6-4, 6-10 to the second-seeded pair of Alexander Peya of ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Bhupathi-Anderson knocked out of ony Open  News Track India3 weeks ago Mahesh Bhupati, Kevin Anderson knocked out of Sony Open  PardaPhash3 weeks ago Bhupathi-Anderson out of Miami Masters  NDTV3 weeks ago
Times of India

Sania advances, Leander ousted

Miami (USA): Sania Mirza and Cara Black fought their way into the second round even as Leander Paes made his third first-round exit in five tournaments this year when he lost his opening round at the Sony Open with partner Radek Stepanek. Sania ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago Paes Out of Miami Event; Sania Advances  India-West3 weeks ago Sania-Cara pair advances, Paes-Stepanek ousted from Sony Open  Times of India3 weeks ago Miami Masters: Sania-Cara pair advances, Paes-Stepanek lose in first round  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
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