Tag: ATP Challenger


Sumit Nagal Roars to Victory, Clinches Tampere Open and Soars in the ATP Rankings

By Sujoy Roy Indian tennis sensation Sumit Nagal showcased his exceptional talent and determination at the Tampere Open in Finland, where he clinched his second ATP Challenger title of the year. With an impressive straight-sets victory over fifth seed Dalibor Svrcina of the Czech Republic, Nagal claimed his fourth ATP Challenger title in his career so far, solidifying his position

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Saketh, Ramkumar win doubles crown; Gojo, Tseng in singles title tilt at Bengaluru Open ATP Challenger

Bengaluru, Feb 12: Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan elevated the mood of the weekend crowd by lifting the doubles title of the Bengaluru Open ATP Challenger after dominating their French rivals Hugo Grenier and Alexandre Muller in the finals played at the KSLTA Stadium here on Saturday. Banking on the support of the local crowd, the Indian pair won in

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KSLTA to host back to back ATP Challengers in Feb 2022

A feast for tennis buffs is in the offing when the Bengaluru Open returns after the Covid break with two weeks of pulsating action as KSLTA will host two back to back ATP Challenger Events slated to begin from February 7 next year. The twin events will offers a total prize money of US$ 107,000 and will be played at

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Ramkumar wins maiden Singles title on ATP Challenger Tour in Manama, Bahrain

India’s Ramkumar Ramanathan won his maiden Challenger level singles title on Sunday, 12 years after turning a Pro, when he outplayed Evgeny Karlovskiy in the summit clash of the ATP 80 Manama event, here in Bahrain. The 27-year-old Ramkumar, who had lost six Challenger finals in his career before, beat his Russian rival 6-1 6-4 in 68 minutes. Ramkumar, seeded

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Second straight runner-up finish for Prajnesh following defeat in Orlando

Early breaks pegging him back in both the sets, Prajnesh Gunneswaran ended runner-up at the Orlando Open, losing the summit clash of the ATP Challenger event to American Brandon Nakashima, here on Sunday. Prajnesh did not have the required power in his strokes to hurt the American, losing 3-6 4-6 in the USD 52,080 hard court tournament. The Indian left-hander

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