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Coronavirus Outbreak: India's tennis players, coaches feel AITA should offer support and formulate plan to tide over lockdown
Jeevan Nedunchehiyan said the way forward is forming a tennis players council which works in tandem with AITA
From Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan to Purav Raja, Indian tennis players work on future ventures during coronavirus forced break
Swinging the racquet will not earn them money all their life, so a few Indian tennis players, forced out of Pro Tour due to the health crisis triggered by COVID-19, are utilising their time to work on career beyond tennis.
Davis Cup 2019: Milestone men Sumit Nagal, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan reflect on straightforward Pakistan win
Sumit Nagal and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan registered milestone wins in the Davis Cup tie against Pakistan in Kazakhstan. But it came against weakened opposition in a politicised tie.
Davis Cup 2019: Leander Paes' record doubles win guides India to World Group qualifiers with thumping victory over Pakistan
Pakistani teenagers Mohammed Shoaib and Hufaiza Abdul Rehman were no match for the Indian combination of battle-hardened Paes and Jeevan, who needed just 53 minutes to win 6-1 6-3.
India, with players of the caliber of Sumit Nagal, Ramkumar Ramanathan and veteran Leander Paes, were already expected to win easy but with Pakistan's top players - Aisam-ul-haq Qureshi and Aqeel Khan - pulling out, it has made it a no-contest.
Jeevan firmly believes that winning against a weaker opponent would not take anything away from his debut.
Davis Cup 2019: Leander Paes says he 'doesn't ask about location or opponent when it comes to playing for India'
Talking about Indian Davis Cup team's clash against Pakistan, Leander Paes said, "I am very pleased to be playing for the country again. My job is not to worry about the location or the opponent, my job is to put my best foot forward."
Senior player Rohan Bopanna pulled out of India's upcoming Davis Cup tie against Pakistan due to a shoulder injury, paving the way for Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan’s inclusion in the playing squad
Davis Cup 2019: Leander Paes picked in eight-member India squad for Pakistan tie; Rohit Rajpal named captain
Veteran star Leander Paes returned to the Indian team after more than a year along with top players Sumit Nagal, Ramkumar Ramanathan, Sasi Kumar Mukund and Rohan Bopanna, who had reservations on travelling to Pakistan due to security concerns.
Davis Cup 2019: Sumit Nagal, Ramkumar Ramanathan confirm availability for Pakistan tie at neutral venue
Nagal, who has played his best tennis this season, sent a confirmation to the All India Tennis Association (AITA) on Thursday night while Ramkumar had conveyed his availability a few days ago
Davis Cup 2019: All India Tennis Association plunged into selection dilemma after announcement of change in venue for Pakistan tie
The All India Tennis Association (AITA) officials spent the day discussing whether top players should be asked for their availability or not because if they do so, it will amount to dumping the players
Vardhan, who competed at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships with N Sriram Balaji, will feature in both singles and doubles.
Jinan Open: Prajnesh Gunneswaran enters pre-quarterfinals after straight-set win over Japan's Renta Tokuda
Playing his first tournament after losing the US Open first round, the left-handed Indian raced to a 6-2 6-2 win in the second round of the USD 162480 hard court ATP Challenger tournament.
India at Wimbledon 2019: Prajnesh Gunneswaran faces massive task from get go; consistency concerns for doubles specialists
India have a solitary representative in Prajnesh Gunneswaran at Wimbledon 2019. The doubles draw, however, sees five players flying the tricolour.
French Open 2019: Reeling in fairytale year, India's sole warrior in singles event Prajnesh Gunneswaran soldiers into Roland Garros
Gunneswaran won his second ATP US$ 150K Challenger event, in Bangalore at the end of 2018, made his Grand Slam debut by qualifying for the Australian Open, broke through into the top-100 and played his first ATP 1000 Masters event in Indian Wells in February – all in the space of four months.
Indian tennis stars Prajnesh Gunneswaran, Ankita Raina climb to career-best rankings in latest update
Gunneswaran will spearhead India's challenge in the Davis Cup World Group Qualifiers against Italy in Kolkata this week while Ankita will lead country's challenge in Fed Cup in Astana, Kazakhstan
Veteran Leander Paes and his partner Samantha Stosur suffered a second round defeat in the mixed doubles event, ending India's campaign at the Australian Open in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Australian Open 2019: India's men's doubles challenge comes to an end in Melbourne with first round defeats
Country's challenge at the men's doubles event of the Australian Open came crashing down in a single day with three pairs featuring Indians suffered first-round defeats on Wednesday.
Divij Sharan is 32 and while you may not have heard of him much, remember that name. For Sharan is set to be a leading medal contender for the country at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Santo Domingo Open: Leander Paes one match away from winning second title of season after reaching doubles final
Veteran Leander Paes is one win away from winning his second title of the season on the Challenger circuit, reaching the final of the Santo Domingo Open with partner Miguel Angel Reyyes-Varela.