Bengaluru Open 2020: Leander Paes-Matthew Ebden lose in final at Indian tennis legend's last outing at home
Veteran Leander Paes' final ATP Tour match on home soil ended on a disappointing note as he and his partner Matthew Ebden lost to Indian pair of Purav Raja and Ramkumar Ramanathan in the men's doubles final of the Bengaluru Open
Bengaluru Open 2020: Leander Paes can play for another year, says former doubles partner Mahesh Bhupathi
Mahesh Bhupathi on Saturday said his former Grand Slam winning partner Leander Paes was still playing well and can continue for another year.
The 22-year-old Ocleppo knocked out 13th seeded Ilya Ivashka of Belarus 7-6(4), 6-7(3), 6-4 in a three-setter that lasted two hours and 40 minutes
Bengaluru Open 2020: Prajnesh Gunneswaran, Sumit Nagal suffer loss in pre-quarter-finals; Leander Paes-Matthew Ebden enter semis
Country's ace players Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Sumit Nagal lost in the pre-quarterfinals, ending India's challenge in the men's singles event of the Bengaluru Open.
Bengaluru Open 2020: Leander Paes enthralls crowd in win; Prajnesh Gunneswaran stretched en route to second round
A near-capacity crowd cheered retiring Indian tennis legend Leander Paes as he and his partner Matthew Ebden eked out a straight sets win to advance to the second round of the men's doubles in the Bengaluru Open on Wednesday.
Bengaluru Open 2020: Four top-100 players to participate; defending champion Prajnesh Gunneswaran to lead Indian challenge
Defending Bengaluru Open champion Prajnesh Gunneswaran, currently the highest-ranked Indian at 123, will lead the home challenge in company of 2017 winner Sumit Nagal
In the all-Indian summit clash, Prajnesh Gunneswaran thrashed Saketh Myneni 6-2 6,2 under an hour to improve his ATP rankings from 144 to 110.
Saketh Myneni will square off with compatriot Prajnesh Gunneswaran in an all-India summit clash at the Bengaluru Open ATP Challenger tournament on Saturday.
Bengaluru Open: Yuki Bhambri to skip event for Kobe Challenger; Prajnesh Gunneswaran shoulders Indian hopes
India's top two singles players, Yuki Bhambri and Ramkumar Ramanathan, will not be seen in action at the Bengaluru Open due to different reasons.
India faces losing Pune Challenger due to increased financial burden following revamp of ATP Challenger Tour
The Pune Challenger could go off the calendar next year due to additional financial burden, expected to be caused by the revamp of the ATP Challenger Tour.
Yuki has long been India's big hope after winning the junior Australian Open in 2009 and prestigious Orange Bowl in the same year.
Sumit Nagal's sensational campaign at the ATP Bengaluru Open culminated in a superb fashion as he lifted his maiden Challenger-level title with a three-set win over Briton Jay Clarke.
Bengaluru Open: Sumit Nagal continues giant-killing spree against Yuki Bhambri to reach maiden Challenger final
Continuing his giant-killing spree, young Sumit Nagal scalped country's top singles player Yuki Bhambri in the Bengaluru Open and earned a chance to win his maiden Challenger-level title.
Third seed Bhambri pipped Spain's Pedro Martinez 6-2, 7-6 (0) while Ramkumar was ousted following a 7-6(3), 2-6, 4-6 defeat at the hands of Briton Jay Clarke.
Yuki, who had won the Pune Challenger last week, lived up to his 3rd seed billing and defeated Balaji 6-3 6-2 in a relatively easy first-round encounter.
India's top singles player Yuki Bhambri says his main aim is to qualify for main draw of Grand Slams
Yuki Bhambri currently ranked 122 having registered a win over Frenchman Gael Monfils and pushed Denis Shapovalov and Kevin Anderson to deciding sets in the Davis Cup and Citi Open respectively.