Former Indian tennis star Vijay Amritraj says Sania Mirza should not have quit playing singles so early in her career. Sania switched to doubles in 2013 after undergoing three surgeries due to various injuries she suffered.
Former India ace Vijay Amritraj on Thursday disagreed with country's top singles player Somdev Devvarman's take that India's Davis Cup chances against the mighty Serbia will hinge on doubles pair of Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna.
Slobodan Zivojinovic, the first Serb to become a global tennis star, says nothing could have been better for the game than Marin Cilic and Kei Nishikori competing for the US Open title since the modern game has been deprived of "action" due to the top four's domination.
Persuming that world No 1 Novak Djokovic won`t be part of the touring party during the Davis Cup tie in Bangalore, Indian tennis legend Vijay Amritraj reckons that India will have an "outside" chance against the formidable Serbian side.
The Champions Tennis League must not be perceived as competition to the Mahesh Bhupathi-launched IPTL as CTL is the only way to bring international tennis to India due to a crammed calender, says tennis legend Vijay Amritraj.
It was a ceremony meant to honour their commitment to India`s Davis Cup campaign over the years but just two of the eight chosen were present when the All India Tennis Association felicitated them in a brief ceremony here on Saturday.
Legendary tennis player Vijay Amritraj makes his debut as a talk show host with `Dimensions`. A first-of-its-kind, the show will feature global icons. Excited about his new journey, Amritraj says the show is a face to reality.
A 70-strong contingent of heart patients from the renowned Asian Heart Institute (AHI) will join 39,000 fit runners Sunday at the high-profile 9th Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon, an official said here Saturday.
Stating that India had three great doubles players in Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna, tennis great Vijay Amritraj said that the challenge for the country was to find another good doubles player to complement the trio.
Former India Davis cup captain, Vijay Amritraj apparently adopted diplomacy as he today played down the controversy surrounding his absence at the draw ceremony of the ATP Chennai Open tennis tournament.