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Tata Open: Defending champs Bopanna, Jeevan ousted; Yuki-Sharan in semis
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Tata Open: Defending champs Bopanna, Jeevan ousted; Yuki-Shara...

IMAGE: Yuki Bhambri and Divij Sharan reached the semis. Photograph: Tata Open Maharashtra/Twitter Defending champions Rohan Bopanna and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan were ousted from the Tata Open Maharashtra but Yuki Bhambri and Divij Sharan combined to shock the top seeds, keeping the Indian hopes alive, in Pune, on Thursday.   Bopanna and left-handed Jeevan, up against a very solid singles players in Gilles Simon and two-time Grand Slam champion Pierre-Hugues Herbert lost 3-6, 5-7 in one hour ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Maharashtra Open: Ramkumar Ramanathan goes down fighting to Marin Cilic; Yuki Bhambri loses

Ramkumar Ramanathan enhanced his reputation of being a passionate fighter even in defeat against a much superior Marin Cilic while Yuki Bhambri squandered six break chances to crash out of the Tata Open Maharashtra in Pune on Thursday. The post Maharashtra ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Ramkumar, Yuki exit in round two  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Maharashtra Open: Ramkumar shows nerves of steel in defeat against Marin Cilic  DNA2 weeks ago Tata Open: Ramkumar shows nerves of steel in defeat; Yuki throws it away  Rediff.com1 week ago

Bhambri, Ramanathan, Kadhe get wild-card for Tata Open Maharashtra

Indian tennis players Yuki Bhambri, Ramkumar Ramanathan and Arjun Kadhe will get a direct entry to the main draw of the Tata Open Maharashtra, the organisers announced on Saturday.Bhambri, who is India's top-ranked singles pro on ATP at 116 will lead the ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Three Indian players get wild-card entry for Maharashtra Open  Business Standard3 weeks ago Yuki, Ramanathan and Arjun get wild-card for Tata Open  Business Standard3 weeks ago Myneni gets wild card for Pune Open along with Arjun Kadhe  Business Standard2 months ago
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Yuki Bhambri gets easy opener at Tata Open tennis; Marin Cilic, Roberto Bautista Agut get first round byes

30 Dec 2017 India's top singles player Yuki Bhambri got an easy season-opener against wild card entrant Arjun Kadhe while tournament-favourite Marin Cilic and defending champion Roberto Bautista Agut got first round byes at the Tata Open Maharashtra in Pune ...
 News on Air2 weeks ago Maharashtra Open: Bhambri to tackle wildcard  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Bhambri gets easy opener against Kadhe; Cilic gets bye  Asia Net India2 weeks ago

Indian youngsters' chance to shine at big stage

Indian youngsters, led by Yuki Bhambri, will look to exploit the familiar home conditions and start the new season on a high even as Wimbledon finalist and world number six Marin Cilic will start as favourite at the inaugural Tata Open Maharashtra, beginning ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

TATA Open: Nagal ousted in opener

Sumit Nagals unbeaten streak of seven matches was halted by fellow qualifier Ilya Ivashka as the Indian bowed out of Tata Open Maharashtra following a tame defeat on Tuesday. Nagal, ranked 223, came into the match after winning the Bengaluru Open and two ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Anderson, Simon in title clash

Gilles Simon staged a dramatic comeback to knock out top seed Marin Cilic and set up the title clash with second seed Kevin Anderson, who prevailed in an excruciating battle against a spirited Benoit Paire at Tata Open Maharashtra, here on Friday. In a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Anderson survives a scare  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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'You won't win every tournament unless you are Federer'

'You don't peak every week. One has to keep playing.''It's a sport where you have to play at least 25, 30 weeks a year.''You have to keep your head down and go with the flow.' Some of tennis's biggest names have arrived in India to kick off their preparations for the 2018 Australian Open. Only this time, it's not Chennai that will play host to them. From this year on, for the next five years, Pune is where all the tennis action will be witnessed as the inaugural $560,000 Tata Open Maharashtra ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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