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Nov 15, 2018
Indian players to be hit hard after revamp of ATP Challenger Tour, according to MSLTA secretary Sunder IyerThe revamp of the global tennis structure's second tier – the ATP Challenger Tour – from 2019 will hit Indian players hard with the complete removal of ATP ranking points in the lower level of the men's circuit, according to Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association's Sunder Iyer.
Jul 25, 2018
Firstpost Spodcast Episode 3: Heatwave strikes England, Pune Challenger in threat and more on our daily sports podcastHeatwave strikes England, Pune Challenger faces threat, farmer protests Tour de France, and Brazil winger Malcolm, who was headed to AS Roma, joins Barcelona — we discuss all this and more on Spodcast, Firspost's daily sports podcast.
Aug 03, 2017
Davis Cup: India's tie against New Zealand in Pune awarded 'Above Group Standard Rating' by ITFThe Recognition and Reward (R&R) Panel of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) have awarded the prestigious 'Above Group Standard Rating' to the AITA for India's Davis Cup match against New Zealand conducted by the Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association in Pune.
Jul 25, 2017
Mumbai Open: India to host its first WTA 125K event after five years in NovemberMSLTA 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.
Jul 20, 2017
Chennai Open moves to Maharashtra as Pune set to host tournament from 2018India's lone ATP tournament, the Chennai Open, will now be held in Pune next year and would be henceforth called "Maharashtra Open".
Jul 20, 2017
Chennai Open set to move out of city after 21 years, Pune likely to host tournament from 2018Unable 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.