Fed Cup 2019: India relying on Ankita Raina, Karman Kaur Thandi to deliver against favourites Kazakhstan in World Group II tie
India's top singles players Ankita Raina and Karman Kaur Thandi will have to punch above their weight against Kazakhstan in Fed Cup World Group II tie.
"Only Paes can tell you when he is coming. The last time I spoke to him he said he would play in Cincinnati and then come to Palembang. But he is not playing there also," said Zeeshan Ali.
Fed Cup: Ankita Raina pulls off terrific win against Kazakhstan's Yulina Putintseva to keep India alive
Ankita emerged a 6-3, 1-6, 6-4 winner after battling hard for two hours and 25 minutes against a player, who was ranked as high as 27 last year and had beaten top-10 players.
Tthe 253rd-ranked Ankita came out with relentless hitting to catch Lin by surprise and beat her higher-ranked rival 6-3 6-2 on the centre court at the RK Khanna Tennis stadium.
Mumbai Open: Rutuja Bhosale loses to Deniz Khazaniuk, leaving Ankita Raina sole Indian in singles event
An erratic Rutuja Bhosale, blowing hot and cold, went down in straight sets to higher-ranked Israeli opponent and qualifier Deniz Khazaniuk in the singles first round of the $125,000 L&T Mumbai Open in Mumbai on Tuesday as the Indian challenge dwindled in the WTA event.
Leander Paes, Saketh Myneni dropped from sports ministry's list of players set to receive monthly allowance
Myneni, who has been dropped alongside Paes, is the recipient of this year's Arjuna award.
Sania was speaking on the sideline of 'WTA Future Stars Tennis Clinic' held at her Tennis Academy in the outskirts of Hyderabad.
Former US Open finalist and two-time Olympian Rohan Bopanna has been dropped from the Indian Davis Cup squad for the tie against New Zealand in Pune from 3-5 February.
Maharashtra government has decided to approach the corporate sector to get financial assistance for the players preparing for Olympics 2020.
Sania Mirza remained confident of winning a medal for India in the mixed doubles after losing in the first round of the women's doubles alongside Prarthana Thombare.
Leander Paes' dream of winning a medal at Rio Olympic Games came to an abrupt halt when he and Rohan Bopanna exited in first round of men's doubles tennis.
The opening day of Rio Olympics 2016 brought mixed fortunes for India. Here are all the hits and missed from Day one.
Rio Olympics 2016: Sania Mirza-Prarthana Thombare lose narrowly to Shuai Zhang-Shuai Peng in first round
World No 1 doubles player Sania Mirza's campaign in the women's event came to an end as she and her partner Prarthana Thombare lost their first round match against the Chinese pair of Shuai Zhang and Shuai Peng.
India would be eyeing a medal on the opening day of competitions itself when the redoubtable Jitu Rai takes aim at the shooting range even as the much-hyped men's hockey team begins its quest to rediscover a golden past in the 31st Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday
Rio Olympics 2016, Day 1 schedule: Team India athletes to star in air rifle, hockey, tennis and more!
From women's air rifle to weightlifting, Team India is in a slew of events at the Olympics today! We give you the schedule of today's Indian sporting action
Top-seeded tennis player Djokovic will have a battle on his hands when he opens his campaign at the Rio Olympics 2016 when he faces del Potro in first round
Indian tennis pair of Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna was today pitted against the Polish team of Marcin Matkowski and Lukasz Kubot in the first round of the men's doubles event of the Rio Olympic Games, starting Saturday.
Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza would have to be considered a dream team at the Olympics. They have perfect game styles to match each other’s abilities, they have great personal chemistry on the court.
if Sania Mirza and Prarthana Thombare manage to channelise their past experience and fighting spirit, they have the potential to advance at the Rio Olympics.