No Indian to play in Wimbledon singles this year
No Indian to play in Wimbledon singles this year

For the second consecutive Grand Slam this year, there will be no Indian featuring in the singles event as Saketh Myneni bowed out of the Wimbledon qualifiers following compatriots Yuki Bhambri and Somdev Devvarman.

Leander Paes opts out of New Zealand Davis Cup tie
Leander Paes opts out of New Zealand Davis Cup tie

Senior pro Leander Paes has opted out of next month's Davis Cup tie against New Zealand as selectors announced a four-member team to be led by singles stars Somdev Devvarman and Yuki Bhambri.

Yuki Bhambri is now India's number singles player
Yuki Bhambri is now India's number singles player

Yuki Bhambri on Monday became India's number singles player after leaping to number 158 even as Saketh Myneni broke into top-200 for the first time in his career with a jump of 33 places.

Yuki Bhambri is now India's number one singles player
Yuki Bhambri is now India's number one singles player

Yuki Bhambri on Monday became India's number one singles player after leaping to number 158 even as Saketh Myneni broke into top-200 for the first time in his career with a jump of 33 places.

Yuki Bhambri, Saketh Myneni set up all-India semifinal clash in Samarkand
Yuki Bhambri, Saketh Myneni set up all-India semifinal clash in Samarkand

 India's Yuki Bhambri tamed third seed Adrian Menendez-Maceiras in straight sets to set up a clash against compatriot Saketh Myneni in the singles semifinals of the USD 50,000 ATP Challenger event, here on Wednesday.

Yuki Bhambri advances to quarters of Karshi Challenger, Saketh Myneni ousted
Yuki Bhambri advances to quarters of Karshi Challenger, Saketh Myneni ousted

Yuki Bhambri fought off early resistance from Laurynas Grigelis to move to the singles quarterfinals of the ATP Karshi Challenger even as Saketh Myneni was ousted after a second-round defeat here on Wednesday.

Yuki breaks back to top-300, Somdev loses 2 spots despite win
Yuki breaks back to top-300, Somdev loses 2 spots despite win

Courtesy his final appearance at the Delhi Open, Yuki Bhambri jumped 117 places to get to 297 while his conqueror Somdev Devvarman lost two spots to be at 155 in the latest ATP singles ranking, issued on Monday.

Somdev Devvarman, Yuki Bhambri book semifinal berths in Delhi Open
Somdev Devvarman, Yuki Bhambri book semifinal berths in Delhi Open

 Somdev Devvarman and Yuki Bhambri remained on course for a title showdown by reaching the men's singles semifinals of the Delhi Open even as it was curtains for Saketh Myneni, here on Friday.

Saketh storms into quarters, Dhruthi bows out from Delhi Open
Saketh storms into quarters, Dhruthi bows out from Delhi Open

Indian Davis Cupper Saketh Myneni outplayed Mohamed Safwat in straight sets to breeze into the singles quarterfinals of the Delhi Open but the country's singles challenge ended in the ITF women's event with the tame defeat of Dhruthi Venugopal here on Wednesday.

Yuki, Saketh, Karunuday get wild cards for Delhi Open
Yuki, Saketh, Karunuday get wild cards for Delhi Open

 Davis Cuppers Yuki Bhambri and Saketh Myneni and Karunuday Singh were today awarded wild cards for the USD 100,000 men's event of the Delhi Open, starting February 16.

Somdev Devvarman, Saketh Myneni advance to quarters of Hong Kong Challenger
Somdev Devvarman, Saketh Myneni advance to quarters of Hong Kong Challenger

India's top two singles players, Somdev Devvarman and Saketh Myneni progressed to the quarterfinals of the USD 50,000 Hong Kong ATP Challenger tournament, here today.

Paes-Klaasen keep top billing, enter Chennai Open semis
Paes-Klaasen keep top billing, enter Chennai Open semis

Top seeds Leander Paes and Raven Klaasen of South Africa lived up to their billing and entered the semifinals of the men's doubles event at the ATP Chennai Open with a hard-fought win over Indian pair of Mahesh Bhupathi and Saketh Myneni, here on Thursday.

Mahesh Bhupathi wins doubles pre-quarters to set up clash with Leander Paes
Mahesh Bhupathi wins doubles pre-quarters to set up clash with Leander Paes

Indian tennis veteran Mahesh Bhupathi, teaming up with compatriot Saketh Myneni, today won a hard fought doubles pre-quarterfinal match to set up a mouth-watering clash with his former partner Leander Paes at the ATP Chennai Open tennis tournament here.

Chennai Open: Bhupathi, Saketh, Jeevan & Balaji given wild card
Chennai Open: Bhupathi, Saketh, Jeevan & Balaji given wild card

India's top tennis players Mahesh Bhupathi, Saketh Myneni, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Sriram Balaji have been granted wild card entries into the doubles draw of Chennai Open, organisers said on Monday.

Ajay Devgan is co-owner of Delhi Dreams in Champions Tennis League
Ajay Devgan is co-owner of Delhi Dreams in Champions Tennis League

Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan along with businessman Sanjeev Kassal were on Friday revealed as owners of the Delhi franchisee of the Champions Tennis League (CTL) even as Cyprus star Marcos Baghdatis replaced Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Pune team.

Somdev ousted but Myneni, Yuki move to quarters in Pune
Somdev ousted but Myneni, Yuki move to quarters in Pune

Somdev Devvarman suffered yet another early defeat but Saketh Myneni continued his impressive run by storming into the singles quarter-finals of the ATP Pune Challenger tournament, here on Wednesday.

Saketh Myneni, Ramkumar Ramanathan climb ATP singles ranking ladder
Saketh Myneni, Ramkumar Ramanathan climb ATP singles ranking ladder

Riding on his maiden Challenger title win, Saketh Myneni today leapfrogged 168 places to be ranked 283 in the ATP singles chart while Ramkumar Ramanathan achieved a career-best spot of 226 following his semifinal appearance at the just-concluded Indore Open.

Saketh Myneni shocks seventh seed Kimmer Coppejans at ATP Indore Open
Saketh Myneni shocks seventh seed Kimmer Coppejans at ATP Indore Open

A day after being felicitated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his Asian Games exploits, India's Saketh Myneni toppled Belgian seventh seed Kimmer Coppejans to move to the singles quarterfinals of the ATP Indore Open, here on Wednesday.

It was right decision to play in Asian Games: Sania Mirza
It was right decision to play in Asian Games: Sania Mirza

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, who won a gold and bronze at 17th Asian Games in Incheon, said it was a right decision to participate in the event.

Tennis gold continue to elude India, Saketh, Sanam get silver
Tennis gold continue to elude India, Saketh, Sanam get silver

Sanam Singh could not add a second consecutive Asian Games gold medal to his kitty as he and Saketh Myneni settled for a silver after losing the hard-fought final in straight sets to Korea's Yongkyu Lim and Hyeon Chung, here today.