Tag: WJTC

27
Apr

Despite playing against all the odds, the host enters the knockout stage

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Arnav Paparkar was seen to take two medicines before entering the court, Tanussh Ghildyal was badly cramping during the first set in the second singles. But these circumstances could not restrict India from entering the Play-Offs after their victory over Jordan 2-1 on day two of the ITF World Junior Tennis Competition 2022 Asia/Oceania Final

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26
Apr

Japan stun the host on day 2

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Japan kept their cool and consistency, eventually, they defeated India with a narrow margin on day two and won the tie 2-1 in ITF World Junior Tennis Competition Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying here in New Delhi R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium on Tuesday, 26th April. Tomorrow on the 27th of April the host will have to beat

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25
Apr

The Boys in Blue off to a fabulous start on day one

By Sujoy Roy | AITA The host team India started the tournament with a bang as they beat Uzbekistan quite comfortably, winning both the singles and also the doubles on Day 1 of the World Junior Tennis Competition (U14 Boys’) Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying 2022 on Monday 25th April, here in R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi. Today in the morning,

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25
Apr

Inauguration of ITF WJTC Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying -2022

By Sujoy Roy | AITA The World Junior Tennis Competition (U14 Boys’) Asia Oceania Final Qualifying 2022 got off to a flying start on Sunday 24th April, at the R.K.Khanna Tennis Stadium, DLTA with an impressive opening ceremony that was presided over by Mr. Satish Upadhyay, Vice-Chairman, NDMC and former no 1 Tennis player, Wimbledon Champion Mr. Lleyton Hewitt. With

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23
Apr

Japan had the Last laugh, Host India got the 4th position

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Japan pulled off a great victory against Australia in the final where the host India faltered right at the finish line against Korea in the third Position match in Asia/Oceania World Junior Tennis Competition (U14 Girls’) Final Qualifying 2022, here in R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi on Saturday 23rd April. India’s seeded no 1

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22
Apr

India’s dream runs shattered, as the Girls in blue lose the Semifinal in two straight Singles

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Mighty Aussies extinguished team India in both the Singles quite comfortably and knocked out the host from the tournament before the mega final in the world Junior Tennis Competition (U14 Girls’) Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying 2022 here in New Delhi, R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium on Friday 22nd April. On a super Saturday in the final, team

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21
Apr

Korea gets past India before the knockout stage

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Korea emerged as group Champions after their victory against India on the last day of the league stage in WJTC (U14 girls’) Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying 2022 on Wednesday 20th April, here in R.K Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi. Meanwhile, the host India will take on Kazakhstan in the quarter-final. Although team India lost the tie

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21
Apr

The Host knocked out Kazakhstan, meets Australia in the Semi-Final.

By Sujoy Roy | AITA India accelerated to an extraordinary finish as the girls in Blue beat Kazakhstan in both the singles in the quarter-finals to make it to the Semis and in the process they have qualified to the World group. Now the host will take on the mighty Aussies who outplayed Thailand in their style to get the

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20
Apr

Another great day for the host, the Girls are through to the knock-out

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Hong Kong looked vulnerable on the court, thus the team India took the full advantage and made it 3-0 to win the tie on day two of the World Junior Tennis Competition 2022 Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying here in R.K Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi on Tuesday 19th April. Tomorrow India will play with Korea to

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19
Apr

WJTC Asia/Oceania Final Qualifying 2022

By Sujoy Roy | AITA Excitement is gearing up, ahead of the World Junior Tennis Competition (U14 Boys) – Asia Oceania Final Qualifying event 2022, as it returns to R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, Delhi in just five days. 15 teams from Asia-Oceania countries are featuring in the upcoming tie. Apart from Team India, many other foreign teams have already arrived

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