The All India Tennis Association’s (AITA) ‘Return to Tennis’ endeavour – the High Performance Training Camps (HPTC) – started to bear fruit already as 17-year-old HPTC trainee from Navi Mumbai, Akanksha Nitture ousted Snehal Mane in straight sets 6-2, 6-4 in the final qualifying round at the ITF Women’s $15,000 event at Delhi Lawn Tennis Association Complex, New Delhi today.
After the much appreciated and successful conduct of a High Performance Training Camp for Junior Boys held in January 2021, the All India Tennis Association’s (AITA) ‘Return to Tennis’ endeavour continues with a ‘High Performance Training Camp’ for Junior Girls underway at R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi. The aim of this camp is to mark the return to tennis
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
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