Leander Paes undergoes dope test
Leander Paes undergoes dope test

Indian tennis star Leander Paes underwent a routine dope test conducted by National Anti-doping Agency (NADA) officials Wednesday.

Terrific 2014 for Sania Mirza but struggle for others
Terrific 2014 for Sania Mirza but struggle for others

 Sania Mirza grabbed her third mixed doubles Grand Slam title and wrapped up her dream season with the year-end finale trophy even as India's established male tennis players found the going tough in 2014.

Leander threat case: Ex-cricketer Sharma gets pre-arrest bail

A sessions court on Tuesday granted anticipatory bail to former cricketer Atul Sharma who has been booked for threatening tennis ace Leander Paes over the latter's estranged live-in partner Rhea Pillai.

Leander Paes to team up with South African doubles ace Raven Klaasen for 2015 season
Leander Paes to team up with South African doubles ace Raven Klaasen for 2015 season

Top South African doubles tennis player Raven Klaasen has revealed that he has teamed up with Indian doubles icon and former world number one Leander Paes for next year.

Leander Paes hails Premier Tennis League as good for Indian players
Leander Paes hails Premier Tennis League as good for Indian players

 Multiple Grand Slam winner Leander Paes on Tuesday backed the proliferation of leagues in different sporting disciplines as vehicles to promote the players and the sport itself.

CTL 2014: Leander Paes-led Punjab Marshalls suffer second straight loss
CTL 2014: Leander Paes-led Punjab Marshalls suffer second straight loss

 Mumbai Tennis Masters defeated Punjab Marshalls 27-21 in a group match of Champions Tennis League (CTL) here.

India has a good tradition in tennis, says Venus Williams
India has a good tradition in tennis, says Venus Williams

Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams feels that the success of Vijay Amritraj, Leander Paes and Sania Mirza at the international stage proves that India has a "good tradition" in the sport.

CTL: Leander Paes-led Punjab Marshalls suffer second straight loss
CTL: Leander Paes-led Punjab Marshalls suffer second straight loss

Mumbai Tennis Masters defeated Punjab Marshalls 27-21 in a group match of Champions Tennis League (CTL) here.

Leander Paes' loses as Punjab Marshalls trail in CTL
Leander Paes' loses as Punjab Marshalls trail in CTL

Playing his first singles match since 2008, Leander Paes produced an inspired show but went down fighting to former French Open champion Sergi Bruguera as his Wave Punjab Marshalls team trailed 0-2 against Mumbai Tennis Masters in the Champions Tennis League here tonight.

CTL integrates Indian and foreign players nicely: Leander Paes
CTL integrates Indian and foreign players nicely: Leander Paes

Eager to play in the upcoming Champions Tennis League (CTL), starting on Monday, veteran Indian star Leander Paes on Saturday said that the new league has integrated the international and national players well.

Leander Paes replaces David Ferrer in Punjab team of CTL
Leander Paes replaces David Ferrer in Punjab team of CTL

Indian tennis legend Leander Paes on Tuesday replaced David Ferrer in the Punjab team of the Champions Tennis League.

Ex-cricketer who allegedly threatened Paes gets court relief

Former cricketer Atul Sharma, booked for allegedly threatening tennis star Leander Paes who is locked in a legal battle with his estranged live-in partner Rhea Pillai, was on Friday granted interim protection from arrest after he approached a local court for anticipatory bail.

For Saina Nehwal, it is always about playing for India
For Saina Nehwal, it is always about playing for India

 In the wake of Sports Ministry's diktat of not to extend financial help to athletes who prefer professional commitment over representing India, ace shuttler Saina Nehwal on Thursday insisted her first priority would always be to play for the country.

My commitment should not be questioned: Leander Paes
My commitment should not be questioned: Leander Paes

 A day after sports ministry made it clear that athletes who remain unavailable for national duty would not get financial aid from it, top tennis star Leander Paes said his commitment should not be questioned since he has given his all in the last 24 years while playing for India.

AITA backs top players, clarifies their Asian Games stand
AITA backs top players, clarifies their Asian Games stand

Hours after the government made it clear that it would not extend financial help to athletes skipping important international events, the AITA today sought to clarify the stand taken by three top tennis players, who had preferred ATP Tour over the Incheon Asian Games.

Want funds, stay available for India: Sports Ministry to Indian athletes
Want funds, stay available for India: Sports Ministry to Indian athletes

Taking exception to top Indian tennis players who were reluctant to compete in the recent Asian Games, the Sports Ministry on Wednesay said individual players will be able to avail grants from it only if they undertake to be available for India whenever called upon.

Rhea Pillai's new beau threatened my life: Leander Paes
Rhea Pillai's new beau threatened my life: Leander Paes

The Leander Paes – Rhea Pillai case has now reached murkier waters. The tennis star has reportedly lodged a police complaint with the police stating that his and his daughter's lives are under threat.

Paes-Bopanna ousted from Japan Open
Paes-Bopanna ousted from Japan Open

Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna, who recently recorded a memorable Davis Cup win, crashed out of the Japan Open following a straight set defeat against Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo, here today.

Yuki needs to add another 20kms to his serve: Anand Amritraj
Yuki needs to add another 20kms to his serve: Anand Amritraj

India's Davis Cup skipper Anand Amritraj says Yuki Bhambri must utilise his big frame to send down booming serves if he wants to fare better in his tennis career.

Kei Nishikori triumphs in Malaysian Open
Kei Nishikori triumphs in Malaysian Open

Japan`s rising tennis star Kei Nishikori clinched his first Malaysian Open title on Sunday after taming France`s Julien Benneteau in two tightly fought sets.