The Davis Cup tie between India and Norway and that of nine other Asia nations, will now be held on 14-15 September while the ATF itself rescheduled the tennis event at Asian Games to 18-24 September.
There will be no Indian in the singles main draw of the 2022 Australian Open after Yuki Bhambri, Ramkumar Ramanathan, Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Ankita Raina exited in qualifying.
AITA secretary general Anil Dhupar said captain Rohit Rajpal will speak to players to ascertain what surface they think would be best-suited for the home team.
Fenesta Open, India's national tennis tournament, was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. It returned this time but in a controlled environment.
AITA also released its complete correspondence with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) concerning the qualification of India's men doubles team for the Tokyo Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: AITA hits back at Rohan Bopanna, questions why doubles star didn’t qualify on his own
The AITA had announced the nomination of Bopanna and Sharan for the men's doubles event of the Tokyo Games. However, Bopanna (38) and Sharan (75), with a low combined rank of 113 missed out on qualification.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Rohan Bopanna hits back after AITA condemns 'misleading' tweets over qualification
In a response to Bopanna's tweet, Sania echoed similar sentiments, saying that the lack of clarity may well have cost India a shot at winning the medal in the mixed doubles event.
The ITF, as of now, has not confirmed if Bopanna and Nagal can enter the men's doubles.
Nagal was ranked 144 on June 14, when ATP rankings were to be considered for direct entries. g
Kriish Ajay Tyagi and Tejas Ahuja, ranked number two and three respectively, are the other playing members in the squad.
It was expected that with a low combined ranking of 113, Bopanna (38) and left-handed Sharan's (75) entry would depend only on large scale withdrawals.
AITA nominates Ankita Raina, Prajnesh Gunneswaran for Arjuna Award; Balram Singh, Enrico Piperno picked for Dhyan Chand Award
Raina was nominated for the 'Arjuna' last year also but Asian Games gold medallist Divij Sharan succeeded in bagging the award.
'My life moved before my eyes'; Former Indian tennis player Rohit Rajpal recounts battle against COVID-19
Rajpal said those 11 days in the hospital taught him that the privileged people like him take 'simple pleasure of life' for granted.
All India Tennis Association promises to take action against age fraud suspects ahead of National Championships
AITA said if the federation is given names of the suspects of age manipulation, they will enquire and remove the guilty players from the championships.
For the first time ever, the state of Haryana will host the senior National Hard Court Championship, which will be held in Gurugram at The Tennis Project.
AITA approved the changes at its Special General Body meeting, (SGM) held virtually on Monday.
AITA makes age verification test mandatory for junior tennis players entering national championships
AITA said the alleged molestation inside the CLTA complex, which led to accusation of age-fudging against five junior players, has provided them an opportunity to re-introduce the deterrent.
The victim was molested by a junior Davis Cup player and four others at the Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association complex last year, and subsequent investigation into the matter resulted in the discovery of age fraud on the part of the alleged perpetrator.
In the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), a 14-page document, circulated to the state associations on Thursday, the national tennis federation outlined steps to be taken before and after training is permitted.
Asian Games medal winners Ankita Raina and Divij Sharan are set to be nominated for the Arjuna award by the national tennis federation, which plans to send former Davis Cup coach Nandan Bal's name for the Dhyan Chand honour.