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Chennai Grand Master Open: Ukraine's Stanislav Bogdanovich defeats NR Visakh to rack up seven-point lead
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Chennai Grand Master Open: Ukraine's Stanislav Bogdanovich defeats NR Visakh to rack up seven-point lead

Chennai-based Grand Master MR Venkatesh (6.5 points) is close on the heels of the Ukranian GM along with eight others, including the top-seed Pavel Ponkratov of Russia

India faces losing Pune Challenger due to increased financial burden following revamp of ATP Challenger Tour
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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.

Hall Of Fame Open: Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan, Divij Sharan suffer defeats with respective partners in doubles semi-finals
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Hall Of Fame Open: Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan, Divij Sharan suffer defeats with respective partners in doubles semi-finals

India's challenge has ended in the doubles event of ATP Hall of Fame Open following defeats of Divij Sharan and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan with their respective partners in the semi-finals in Newport, USA.

Chennai Open: Yuki Bhambri goes down fighting to top seed Jordan Thompson in final
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Chennai Open: Yuki Bhambri goes down fighting to top seed Jordan Thompson in final

Yuki Bhambri went down fighting to top seed Australia's Jordan Thompson 5-7, 6-3, 5-7 in the singles final of the Chennai Open ATP Challenger in Chennai on Thursday.

Chennai Open ATP Challenger: Sumit Nagal crashes out in 1st round; Yuki Bhambri starts campaign on Tuesday
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Chennai Open ATP Challenger: Sumit Nagal crashes out in 1st round; Yuki Bhambri starts campaign on Tuesday

Though Nagal's first serve percentage was higher than Escoffier, his delivery lacked penetration and thus he was always on the backfoot.

Yuki Bhambri interview: 'By the end of 2018, it would be amazing to break into top-50 in rankings'
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Yuki Bhambri interview: 'By the end of 2018, it would be amazing to break into top-50 in rankings'

In an exclusive chat with Firstpost, Yuki Bhambri talks about his long journey back from injury and his goals for the 2018 season.

Maharashtra Open: India's Yuki Bhambri says he has ability to win ATP World Tour title
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Maharashtra Open: India's Yuki Bhambri says he has ability to win ATP World Tour title

Yuki has long been India's big hope after winning the junior Australian Open in 2009 and prestigious Orange Bowl in the same year.

Maharashtra Open: Rohan Bopanna and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan team up to defend men's doubles title
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Maharashtra Open: Rohan Bopanna and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan team up to defend men's doubles title

Rohan Bopanna and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan will be the pair to watch out at the Tata Open Maharashtra, where as many as five Indians feature in the main draw of the men's doubles event.

Talented Ramkumar Ramanathan shows temperament for bigger battles in standout season
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Talented Ramkumar Ramanathan shows temperament for bigger battles in standout season

An aggressive baseliner, Ramkumar has the tools of the trade to break into the top-100. Now, he has also started showing the maturity to use them well.

Rohan Bopanna, Pablo Cuevas storm into Vienna Open doubles semis; Yuki Bhambri crashes out in Vietnam
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Rohan Bopanna, Pablo Cuevas storm into Vienna Open doubles semis; Yuki Bhambri crashes out in Vietnam

Bopanna and Cuevas will now fight it out with Karen Khachanov and Lucas Pouille for a place in the final of the hard court event.

Former French tennis player Jerome Golmard succumbs to ALS, dies at 43
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Former French tennis player Jerome Golmard succumbs to ALS, dies at 43

Golmard announced three years ago that he had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a disease causing muscle paralysis and also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Mumbai Open: India to host its first WTA 125K event after five years in November
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Mumbai Open: India to host its first WTA 125K event after five years in November

MSLTA had recently bagged the hosting rights of India's ATP World Tour event, Chennai Open and it was re-branded as Maharashtra Open, to be held in Pune.

Chennai Open moves to Pune: All you need to know about India's only ATP tournament shifting base
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Chennai Open moves to Pune: All you need to know about India's only ATP tournament shifting base

Chennai Open's 21-year run in the capital of Tmail Nadu came to an end on Wednesday, when IMG-Reliance ended their contract with the Tamil Nadu Tennis Association.

Indian tennis players express contentment that ATP World Tour event is staying in the country
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Indian tennis players express contentment that ATP World Tour event is staying in the country

Indian tennis players, who are already struggling to get a home tournament, heaved a sigh of relief that the country's only ATP World Tour event has not moved out of the country.

Chennai Open moves to Maharashtra as Pune set to host tournament from 2018
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Chennai Open moves to Maharashtra as Pune set to host tournament from 2018

India's lone ATP tournament, the Chennai Open, will now be held in Pune next year and would be henceforth called "Maharashtra Open".

Chennai Open set to move out of city after 21 years, Pune likely to host tournament from 2018
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Chennai Open set to move out of city after 21 years, Pune likely to host tournament from 2018

Unable to meet the "commercial demands" of the main organisers, IMG, Chennai Open is set to move out of the city and Pune is likely to host India's only ATP World Tour event from next year.

Meet Daniil Medvedev, the hard-serving Russian star on the rise who stunned Stan Wawrinka at Wimbledon
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Meet Daniil Medvedev, the hard-serving Russian star on the rise who stunned Stan Wawrinka at Wimbledon

Firstpost caught up with Daniil Medvedev ahead of his Chennai Open semi-final, for an exclusive chat to try and get to know more about the next-gen player.

Australian Open 2017: Lifetime trip for some, ritual for few, how Australians celebrate 'the tennis'
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Australian Open 2017: Lifetime trip for some, ritual for few, how Australians celebrate 'the tennis'

For some it’s a once in a lifetime trip. For some it’s an annual ritual. For some it’s work. For some it’s a respite from work. For some it’s fanaticism. For some, a pilgrimage. The Australian Open brings people in for different reasons. Not just for the tennis.

ASB Classic 2017: Leander Paes-Andre Sa shock top-seeded pair of Treat Huey, Max Mirnyi
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ASB Classic 2017: Leander Paes-Andre Sa shock top-seeded pair of Treat Huey, Max Mirnyi

Leander Paes and his new partner Andre Sa shocked the top-seeded pair of Treat Huey and Max Mirnyi in the ASB Classic, recording their first victory together after joining forces for this season.

Chennai Open can’t compete with Brisbane, Doha: Tournament director wants parity in prize money
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Chennai Open can’t compete with Brisbane, Doha: Tournament director wants parity in prize money

Tom Annear, the tournament director at Chennai Open, in a candid chat, expressed how difficult it is to negotiate and convince the best players to come to India.