MOHUN BAGAN player Kean Lewis is a rare eloquent footballer who, apart from being creative on the pitch, has a clear perspective on multiple things about football and the struggles of a young aspiring player to make it big.
WHEN STEPHEN CONSTANTINE started the national team preparatory camp in Kochi early last month to get a squad ready for the SAFF Championship, nearly all the usual faces he could depend upon were absent; busy playing in the ISL.
HS PRANNOY is the face of the Mumbai Rockets team in the Premier Badminton League which kickstarts on 2nd January. The 23-year-old is excited about leading the team and is geared up for the opening match against Awadhe Warriors.
NATIONAL TEAM defender Pritam Kotal is confident that whoever replaces Robin Singh will give his best in the SAFF Championship semi-final against Maldives.
EVER SINCE YUKI BHAMBRI cracked into the elite group (top-100) of men’s singles tennis, the Delhi lad has been the managed to grab quite a few eyeballs and has been the topic of discussion in the Indian tennis fraternity. The 23-year-old is now India’s first player after Somdev Devvarman and Leander Paes since 2010 to enter the top-100.
FORMER INDIAN TENNIS great, Vijay Amritraj is a busy man these days. The second edition of the Champions League (CTL) is underway. The frenetic pace and nature of the league might be keeping the director of this unique and exciting format on his toes, but the ever charismatic and affable Amritraj still took time from his tight schedule to discuss about CTL, current status of tennis in India and Davis Cup.
SAKETH MYNENI IS an integral part of the Punjab Marshalls in the Champions Tennis League (CTL). The Indian has tasted success in the previous edition of the CTL and will play a vital role in helping the Punjab team qualify for the knock-out stages. India's no.2 singles player is focused on breaking into the top-100 of men's tennis and wants to do better at the Grand Slams.
RAMKUMAR RAMANATHAN PLAYED a vital role in helping his team Raipur Rangers win the men’s doubles set against Mumbai Tennis Masters in the Champions Tennis League (CTL) yesterday. The Chennai lad is working on further improving his serve and volley in Barcelona and looks ahead to a positive season in 2016.
The 16 year old, Mihika Yadav, has graduated through the ranks of state-level tennis, featured regularly in the All India Tennis Association (AITA) tournaments and also emerged victorious in the nationals (U-16) category in 2014. In the same year, Yadav also produced consistent results in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) juniors circuit and went on to play the 2015 French Open and US Open qualifiers in the juniors category.
WRESTLER NARSINGH PANCHAM YADAV hails from the state of Uttar Pradesh, but has been living in Mumbai since his childhood days as his father was a milk distributor. He will be seen in the upcoming Pro Wrestling League which begins next month. He was bought by the Bangalore Yodha team for a sum of Rs. 34,50,000.
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