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French Open: Sixth-seeded Nadal handed toughest draw till date, could face Djokovic in QF

May 23, 2015

French Open: Sixth-seeded Nadal handed toughest draw till date, could face Djokovic in QF

Rafael Nadal could face top-ranked Novak Djokovic in the French Open quarterfinals, the toughest draw the nine-time champion has faced at Roland Garros. #Rafael Nadal #Tennis #Serena Williams #Roger Federer #Novak Djokovic #French Open #Andy Murray #Roland Garros #FedEx #Stanislas Wawrinka #SportsTracker #Nadal #Clay court #Rafa #Nole #Djoker
Crafty, cunning and devastating: French Open provides another chance to savour Martina Hingis

May 21, 2015

Crafty, cunning and devastating: French Open provides another chance to savour Martina Hingis

Hingis crafty arsenal includes a gorgeous deft drop shot, savvy volleying, cunning slices and pinpoint placement. Not lightning quick around the court, Hingis dictates through her strategic brilliance. #OnOurMind #Tennis #French Open #Sania Mirza #Martina Hingis #French Open 2015 #Swiss Miss
Tennis: Sania Mirza-Martina Hingis lose Rome Masters final

May 17, 2015

Tennis: Sania Mirza-Martina Hingis lose Rome Masters final

Indo-Swiss tennis combine of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis did not live up to expectations as the top seeds were upset by Hungarian-French pair of Timea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic. #Tennis #Sania Mirza #SportsTracker #Martina Hingis #Rome MAsters final

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Here's why Sania Mirza, the doubles queen, deserves more respect

Apr 13, 2015

Here's why Sania Mirza, the doubles queen, deserves more respect

Sania Mirza has certainly earned the right to call the shots when it comes to Indian doubles, even if she has not yet earned the respect she so very much deserves for her doubles game. #Sports #Tennis #Leander Paes #InMyOpinion #Doubles #Sania Mirza #Rohan Bopanna #Mahesh Bhupati #WTA
Asian Games: India's tennis federation was right but the BCCI was wrong

Sep 26, 2014

Asian Games: India's tennis federation was right but the BCCI was wrong

The All India Tennis Association (AITA) did the right thing. The Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) did the wrong thing about the Asian Games. #Sports #BCCI #India #Tennis #Cricket #InMyOpinion #Asian Games #AITA #InMyOpininon #Asian Games 2014