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by Gurnam Jagota | Tennis | 18th Dec 2013
Wawrinka

2013 was arguably his career-best season on the tour as he finished with a 51-23 match record. Add to that a career best ranking of No. 8 and the Swiss No. 2,Stanislas Wawrinka, enters the 2014...

by Suneet Sankar | Tennis | 26th Sep 2013

Today we have quite a few tennis players to be proud of....

by OnlineObelix | Tennis | 17th Jun 2013

He is only 5 feet 10 inches tall, has won just one singles title on the ATP tour, and has barely managed to win 7.5 million dollars in prize money over a career spanning two-and-a-half decades....

by Raj Narayan | Tennis | 10th Jun 2013
by Raj Narayan | Tennis | 15th Mar 2013

Reaching work this morning, I saw my colleague glued to the television sets watching Rafael Nadal play Roger Federer at Indian Wells. The Spaniard, who is supposedly making a cautious way back...

by Raj Narayan | Tennis | 17th Sep 2012

The recent ban on Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna is the final act of the theater of the absurd that played out over he past six months. Can Indian tennis lift itself out of this morass?

by P.L. Aravind | Tennis | 09th Jul 2012
Roger Federer and Andy Murray congratulate each other after the final

Roger Federer and Andy Murray had all the right reasons to let their emotions out after the Wimbledon final on Sunday.

by P.L. Aravind | Tennis | 27th Jun 2012

This year's Wimbledon has been overshadowed by the Olympics tennis event, which it will host in July. All the top players have set their chance on the Olympic medal that will be up for grabs once in four years.

by Balakumar K | Tennis | 22nd Jun 2012

At a time when the country is facing a crisis of confidence, both among investors and voters, Indians in general are more concerned about the doubles pairing for the London Olympics. Read the perspective from a Crank News point of view.

by P.L. Aravind | Tennis | 18th Jun 2012

Theirs is a story that has all the qualities of a best-seller. Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi came together and forged one of the most successful alliances, later fell apart then again joined hands and now are again at loggerheads, courtesy the All India Tennis Association (AITA).

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