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Vishnu to face Balaji for title
The Assam Tribune

Vishnu to face Balaji for title

GUWAHATI, Feb 24 - Vishnu Vardhan will square off against N Sriram Balaji for the title in the Jorhat Mens Futures at the Jorhat Tennis Club tomorrow.In the first semifinal today, Vishnu had to face a stiff challenge in the first set from Sasi Kumar Mukund ... The Assam Tribune, 10 hours ago
Vishnu champ in PSPB tennis The Assam Tribune, 2 weeks ago
Nidhi wins singles title in PSPB tennis The Assam Tribune, 2 weeks ago

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Davis Cup: Paes fails in record bid as India lose in doubles

IMAGE: Leander Paes, left, speaks to Vishnu Vardhan during the Asia-Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie, in Pune. Photograph: PTI Leander Paes' hopes of creating a world record in Davis Cup were dashed when the veteran Indian and Vishnu Vardhan lost the third rubber to strong rivals Artem Sitak and Michael Venus, who kept the New Zealand alive in the Asia-Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie, in Pune, on Saturday.Down 0-2 after losing the first two singles to the home team, Sitak and Venus rallied to take ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Paes' bid suffers a jolt  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Live: India vs New Zealand Davis Cup - Asia Oceania Group 1 Tie, Feb 3-5  Sify3 weeks ago
One India

Playing for safe returns cost us heavily: Paes

Tennis stalwart Leander Paes rued the missed break-point chances that he and Vishnu Vardhan squandered after going down in four sets to the New Zealand pair of Michael Venus and Artem Sitak, here today. "I thought it was a tough contest, a mental battle of ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Yuki Bhambri to play first singles  The Hindu3 weeks ago Davis Cup: Leander Paes admits playing safe cost India heavily in doubles match against New Zealand  First Post.com2 weeks ago Davis Cup: Leander Paes on cusp of history; Vishnu Vardhan replaces injured Saketh Myneni  First Post.com3 weeks ago
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Paes fails to realise dream for Davis Cup record doubles win

There was no world record in store for Leander Paes in the Davis Cup as the Indian tennis veteran and Vishnu Vardhan went down in the third rubber to Artem Sitak and Michael Venus of New Zealand in the Asia-Oceania Group I tie here on Saturday.The defeat for ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago Leander Paes fails to break world record  MSN India2 weeks ago Davis Cup: Paes eyes doubles world record  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Assam boys go down fighting

GUWAHATI, Feb 21 - Assam boys Sheikh Mohammed Iftikhar went down fighting to Indian second seed Vishnu Vardhan 4-6, 3-6 today in the Jorhat Mens Futures at the Jorhat Tennis Club.Stating this in a release, All Assam Tennis Association president Raktim Saikia ...
 The Assam Tribune3 days ago
One India

Sitak-Venus pair dent Paes' record bid, keeps Kiwis afloat

Leander Paes hopes of creating a world record in Davis Cup were dashed when the veteran Indian and Vishnu Vardhan lost the third rubber to strong rivals Artem Sitak and Michael Venus, who kept the New Zealand alive in the Asia-Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie, ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Davis Cup: Sitak-Venus pair beat Paes-Vardhan, keeps New Zealand afloat  One India2 weeks ago Davis Cup: Sitak-Venus pair dent Leander Paes' record bid, keeps Kiwis afloat against India  DNA2 weeks ago

Prasanth beats Vishnu, to meet Ranjeet in final

Vijay Sunder Prasanth beat the more fancied Vishnu Vardhan in straight sets while V.M. Ranjeet edged past V.S. Kaza in the Premjit Lall Invitational tournament at the Jaidip Mukherjea tennis academy here on Friday.Prasanth and Ranjeet will meet in the final ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
DNA

Davis Cup doubles: New Zealand levels with India

Venus serves, easily makes it 15-0 what a volley from Sitak. A wide shot from Vishnu makes it 30-0. Double fault makes it 30-15. Paes makes it 30-30. Venus holds and it is 4-1 for Kiwis. These two New Zealanders are on a roll after losing the first set. Paes ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Davis Cup: Anand Amritraj defends selection after India's victory  DNA2 weeks ago Very satisfying result, says Anand Amritraj  Business Standard2 weeks ago Davis Cup: India trounce NZ 4-1, to meet Uzbekistan in April  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

New Zealand hits back in the doubles, stays alive

At the crunch the Kiwis tended to pick Vishnu and he stood up to the task even though the pace, at times, got to him, and he erred on crucial vollleys. It kept the tie alive, as New Zealand roared back after having lost both the singles on the opening day.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Ramkumar trounces Tearney to pilot India past New Zealand

Ramukumar Ramanathan routed Finn Tearney with clinical precision as India took an unassailable 3-1 lead over New Zealand in the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I first round tie here today. A lanky Ramkumar cruised to a 7-5 6-1 6-0 win over the Kiwi opponent in ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Davis Cup: Bhambri, Ramkumar give India a flying start  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Davis Cup: Ramkumar trounces Tearney to pilot India past New Zealand  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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