Kaajal Ramisetty celebrated the New Year by creating the biggest flutter of the day when she showed third seed Utsah Kalra the door with a 8-6 victory in the first round of the AITA Under-18 Tennis Championship Series that began at the
Rohan Bopanna The Sports School Tennis Academy here on Monday. The three day event is held under the aegis of AITA and KSLTA and has attracted some of the top players from across the country.
The All India Tennis Association (AITA) President, Dr. Anil Jain (MP, Rajya Sabha), in the presence of Mr. Anil Khanna, Vice President (Chair), AITA and Mr. Rohit Rajpal, President, DLTA, inaugurated the ‘High
Performance Training Camp’ for Junior Boys today at R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi.
Under Dr. Jain’s leadership and the able support from the office bearers, the AITA endeavours to bring life back into tennis through a ‘Return to Tennis’ styled project which includes “High Performance Training Camps” for top ranked players on the AITA Junior circuit.
The All India Tennis Association (AITA) under the stewardship of the new President, Dr. Anil Jain and its newly appointed office bearers, will launch the upcoming 2021 season with a ‘High Performance Training Camp’ for Junior Boys from 4th to 16th January 2021 at R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi.
The Camp will be conducted in a bio-bubble environment and will include a week-long training period followed by an invitational National Championship.
The All India Tennis Association announces the resumption of the Domestic Tennis Circuit from 16th November 2020.
Competitive tennis will make a return after a hiatus of eight months when the on-going COVID-19 pandemic halted the tennis-related activities from the week starting 16th March 2020.
The tournaments will initially begin in the age categories of U-12, U-14 and U-16 only.
The duration of the tournaments would remain restricted to three days, with a maximum draw of 32 allowed.