Bonhomie on view among Amritraj's men; wet weather could hamper the tie against Korea. For all the storms that Indian tennis generates in the media, there was admirable peace as Leander Paes, Rohan Bopanna and the rest of the team practised on ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
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Rohan Bopanna has played many memorable singles matches in Davis Cup ever since he made his debut against Australia in 2002. However, he was not amused about having to step in as a singles player, on an emergency call, in the tie against Korea. ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
'He will always be an enigma.''But it's because of players like him that some people still watch doubles matches.'Dhruv Munjal hails modern tennis' ageless wonder. IMAGE: 18 Grand Slams and counting... Photograph: Simon Watts/Getty Images The scene of perhaps Leander Paes' greatest tennis triumph was not the immaculate green grass of Wimbledon or the grimy clay of Roland Garros. It was the most unlikely venue: The Cricket Club of India in Mumbai. It was April 2006 and India was playing ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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