Road to Wimbledon 2015 qualifiers from January 12
Road to Wimbledon 2015 qualifiers from January 12

 The All India Tennis Association (AITA) announced a four-leg qualifying tournament followed by a Masters tournament to select two boys and two girls from the country to feature in the prestigious Road to Wimbledon (RTW) 2015, which is scheduled to be held in August at the All England Club.

AITA announces qualifying events for Road to Wimbledon
AITA announces qualifying events for Road to Wimbledon

AITA will conduct four qualifying events to select two boys and two girls from India for the prestigious Road to Wimbledon, England's national grass court tournament.

AITA removes Karti Chidambaram from VP's post, TN official to move court
AITA removes Karti Chidambaram from VP's post, TN official to move court

The internal politics in the All India Tennis Association (AITA) got messier as the parent body today removed its Vice-President Karti Chidambaram citing conflict of interest while the aggrieved official has decided to move court to challenge his expulsion.

Queen of controversies -- Sania Mirza

Tennis ace Sania Mirza’s life has been encumbered with controversies ever since she started playing tennis.

Bopanna says India need `experience` to tackle Serbia

With a World Group place at stake, taking on Serbia is a big challenge even in a home Davis Cup tie and India must go with "maximum experience" against the world number two team, says doubles exponent Rohan Bopanna.

Four Indian juniors gear up for Wimbledon event

Four young Indian tennis players will head to Wimbledon to play on the world famous grass courts as part of a new initiative aimed at boosting junior tennis in the country.

Paes takes a break from national duty

Veteran Indian tennis star Leander Paes will not be seen on national duty this year after getting the AITA`s nod to take a break for spending more time with his family.

AITA to host three Challengers in Feb next year

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) on Saturday announced to host three challenger tournaments including a USD 100000 event at Delhi in February next year.

Paes son-father duo to be toasted by AITA

The son and father Paes duo will be felicitated by the All India Tennis Association (AITA) here in December for their services to Indian tennis.

Two upsets on day one of AITA Tennis Championship

The first round of the 3rd All India Prize Money Tennis Championship got off to a stunning start as unseeded Adnya Naik and Pragati Natarajan came up trumps against their seeded rivals here on Tuesday.

Current system won`t produce good players: Vaidyanathan

Questioning the functioning of the All India Tennis Association, former national champion Nirupama Vaidyanathan today said the current system was not helpful in producing good players.

Indian Tennis Row: Rebels now come up with Players` Association

They might have signed peace with the AITA but that has not stopped the disgruntled players, led by Somdev Devvarman, from forming the Indian Tennis Players Association.

Livid AITA hits back at Karti Chidambaram

The AITA on Tuesday hit out at its vice-president, Karti P Chidambaram, for questioning the Davis Cup team selection, and asked why he did not raise the issue when he was the chairman of the Davis Cup Committee.

Rebels defend tough stand, continue to remain unavailable

The rebel group, demanding better playing conditions from the AITA, today said they will continue to remain unavailable for Davis Cup selection until the tennis federation engages with them in "good faith".

`Hurt` Zeeshan promises to give his best

A "hurt" Zeeshan Ali on Friday said that his credentials as coach were never in doubt and promised to give his best in the upcoming Davis Cup tie against South Korea despite having an inexperienced side at his disposal.

Revolting players stick to stand, AITA not worried

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) would be forced to select a depleted side to counter South Korea as none of the eight revolting players has made himself available for Davis Cup selection so far.

Ministry firm with its policy, Amritraj can`t play for India

AITA`s efforts to rope in US-based Prakash Amritraj in the Davis Cup squad to negate a boycott threat from the top players came to a nought today with the Sports Ministry sticking to its policy that only Indian passport holders can represent the country.

Will not beg for government funds for revolting players: AITA

As none of the eight revolting players has made himself available for Davis Cup selection, the AITA on Tuesday said anyone who refuses to play for India will not be entitled for the financial support from the government.

AITA works out compromise formula

The AITA on Sunday came up with a compromise formula to placate the revolting players as it accommodated some of their demands, such as change in support staff, but also kept its authority intact by keeping the final decision on all matters in its hand.

AITA dubs players` demands as unreasonable

Indicating that it was not ready to budge under pressure from the revolting players, the AITA on Wednesday backed its Davis Cup support staff, saying it was not prepared to change the captain and the coach on the insistence of some players.