Former junior world number one and top-ranked Indian singles player, Yuki Bhambri joined few of the country’s finest upcoming and talented junior boys at the on-going High Performance Training Camp at R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi today.
Bhambri, who is a Junior Australian Open champion, is on his road to return to competitive tennis after a long injury layoff since October 2018 and joined the All India Tennis Association’s ‘Return to Tennis’ initiative – the High Performance Training Camp – to meet and train with the junior boys participating in the camp.
India's top singles player Yuki Bhambri once again failed to clear the first round hurdle of a Grand Slam losing to Frenchman Pierre Hugues Herbert in straight sets at the US Open.
Bhambri, who is world No 96 lost 3-6 6-7 (3-7) 5-7 to Herbert in a match that lasted nearly two and half hours.
India No 1 did put up a fight in the second and third sets but that wasn't enough to beat the world No 75, who had earlier got better of the Delhi boy during the Maharashtra Open.