By Sujoy Roy | AITA “All’s Well That Ends Well” It was not an ideal start in the morning for India when Niyati Kukreti lost the first match, but once again it was the indomitable Shruti Ahlawat who played the second singles and won it with consummate ease. India is through to the semis in the 2022 Asia/Oceania JBJKC Final-Qualifying
By Sujoy Roy | AITA What a scintillating day of Tennis it was! Finally, the teams who held their nerves better in tricky situations, quailed for the knockout stage eventually. The host India easily managed to fix a spot in the quarterfinal as the duo Shruti Ahlawat and Niyati Kukreti continued their sublime touch. Today, the captain of team India
By Sujoy Roy | AITA A fabulous day of Tennis on all the courts on day two. It’s almost the replication of day one where teams like Japan, Korea Rep, Thailand, and Kazakhstan won all their matches and gave little chance to their opponents. Teams like India, Australia, and Iran won two out of the three matches on day two.
By Sujoy Roy | AITA Eruption of joy after a long wait as the players hit the court on the first day of the Junior Billie Jean King Cup 2022 here in R.K. Khanna Tennis Complex, New Delhi. Team India is pitted against Malayasia, Uzbekistan, and Iran in Group C of the tournament. The other Groups have the following teams
The Junior Billie Jean King Cup Asia Oceania Final Qualifying 2022 gets off to a flying start at the R.K.Khanna Tennis Stadium, DLTA with an impressive opening ceremony that was presided over by Dr Anil Jain, President AITA and by Mr Anil Khanna, Hony. Life President, ATF. With teams from 15 countries competing in the event, it promises to be
India to make historic maiden appearance in World Group in an away tie Indian team is geared up for their historic first Billie Jean King Cup Play-offs challenge and is flying out of India tonight to take on more fancied opponents Latvia on 16-17 April 2021 at National Tennis Centre Lielupe, Jurmala, Latvia. Team India was promoted to the Billie
Vishal Uppal to continue as Captain India to make maiden appearance at the World Group Play-off stage of Billie Jean King Cup The Professional Selection Committee of the All India Tennis Association (AITA) comprising of Nandan Bal (Chairman), Balram Singh, Mustafa Ghouse and Sai Jayalakshmi met today to select the team for the upcoming India’s maiden Billie Jean King Cup
• The move provides increased certainty for players, teams and host nations competing in the World Cup of Tennis • Eight home-and-away Play-off ties to be held during the 2021 Finals week: 13-18 April 2021 • Up to 140 top players from 28 nations will contest ties held in nine countries in the same week The ITF has announced that