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When Vijay Amritraj blew his chance for Wimbledon glory

When Vijay Amritraj blew his chance for Wimbledon glory

At a time when Indian tennis fans are content with success in doubles competitions, few are aware that Vijay Amritraj was within grasp of the singles crown at Wimbledon.Bikash Mohapatra/ travels back in time to the summer of '73. IMAGE: Vijay Amritraj at Wimbledon. Photograph: Central Press/Getty Images 'Vijay had missed a smash to glory,' said The Times. Vijay Amritraj was in sight of the coveted trophy at the All England Club in the summer of 1973. The International Lawn Tennis ..., 1 month ago

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Sunday Guardian Live

Tennis superstar celebrates premium wine collection

(From left to right) Sumedh Mandla, Vijay Amritraj and Ravi Jain, promoter and distributor, Grover Zampa Vineyards. I think there is nothing better than having a glass of wine or two after an exciting match, whether you are playing Paris Open, ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago

In the pink of everything

Be it health or attire, Anand Amritraj, the non-playing captain of India's Davis Cup team, has a flair for all things colourful and delightful Star dust Those of us who are marvelling at his brother Ashok Amritraj's 100 plus movie count as a ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

Captain demands singles-minded focus as rift talk takes backseat

CHANDIGARH: Davis Cup is here again. With the Olympic Games a stone's throw away, it has taken a little bit of a back seat to the theatre that is Rohan Bopanna versus Leander Paes. While it's not a straight-up war of words, the last couple of days ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

India look to cash in on home advantage

Grasscourts rekindle forgotten memories for India. Leander Paes, who groomed his skills on the greens of Kolkata's South Club, has plenty to speak about his feats on the surface. So do coach Zeeshan Ali and non-playing captain Anand Amritraj, who with brother ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

In second Wimbledon title win, Andy Murray showcases doggedness that will come to define his legacy

There is an episode of Doctor Who , the British sci-fi show, in which the doctor is trapped in a castle and ischased by a demon. Hesoon realises there is no escape unless he makes a confession. But he isn't in the mood to confess. Instead, he finds ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Hyderabad needs a larger drive?

While the recent case of drunken driving leaving a nine-year-old girl brain dead in the city is still fresh in our memories, and outrage against those responsible still burning in our hearts, talk has once again shifted towards what our traffic ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Wimbledon: My first time

What players, officials and writers recall about their first Wimbledon is often not just its trademark charms, but surprises, scandals and even annoying incidents The year was 1979. Björn Borg, the top-ranked men's singles tennis player, was ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Mirroring your dance moves: EDM festival in Hyderabad soon

The city may be well over the excitement that EDM festival Sensation was in March this year. But to keep things going for music fans, there's another event lined up — Tomorrowland's Unite party! While the actual event will be happening at ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Leander Paes, legend

'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.com1 month ago
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