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Hyeon Chung – the first Korean player to reach the SF at a Grand Slam

Seeing Chung beat Alexander Zverev and Novak Djokovic, reminds us of (14 and under) team to Europe in 2009. Former junior world No.7 and runner-up of the boys’ singles at Wimbledon in 2013, Chung was part of the three ITF Junior Touring teams financed by the Grand Slam Development Fund during the formative years of his tennis development. He was a member of the ITF/ATF 14 & Under Junior Team to Europe in 2009, the Asian 16 & Under ITF/GSDF Team in Asia in 2012 and the Internation...
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Mr. Anil Khanna, President ATF re-nominated for Key Positions on ITF Committees

  Mr. Anil Khanna, President ATF re-nominated for Key Positions on ITF Committees   var adfly_id = 18595897; var adfly_advert = 'int'; var popunder = true; var domains = ['', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', 'rapi...
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ANIL KHANNA CONTINUES AS PRESIDENT ASIAN TENNIS FEDERATION WITH A NEWLY ELECTED BOARD OF DIRECTORS – 2017-2019 The Asian Tennis Federation held its Annual General Meeting on the 19th of November in Jakarta, Indonesia. The meeting was well attended by 30 member nations of the ATF and had representatives from the ITF. The President ITF, Mr. Dave Haggerty was present as a special invitee and the meeting had a healthy exchange of tennis developments and initiatives across Asia. The AGM unanimous...
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Yuki Bhambri tames Ramkumar Ramanathan for another Challenger crown in Pune

  Courtesy #KameshSrinivasan Yuki Bhambri did his confidence a world of good as he tamed Ramkumar Ramanathan 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the final of the KPIT $50,000 Challenger men’s tennis tournament in Pune on Saturday. It was the sixth Challenger singles title for the 25-year-old Yuki, and his first in two years that have been a struggle for the major part with injuries. The 23-year-old Ramkumar was left wondering as to when he would win his maiden Challenger, which he so richly deser...
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Udit Gogoi, Rutuja Chaphalkar triumph in Asian under-14 tennis

  Courtesy #KameshSrinivasan    Udit Gogoi and Rutuja Chaphalkar won the boys and girls titles respectively in the Asian under-14 tennis tournament on Saturday.   The results (finals): Boys: Udit Gogoi bt Vishesh Patel 6-2, 6-2. Girls: Rutuja Chaphalkar bt Sanjana Sirimalla 6-3, 6-1. Boys doubles: Udit Gogoi & Archit Gogoi bt Shahir Farhaz & Jeet Dutta 6-3, 6-3. Girls doubles: Sanjana Sirimalla & Rutuja Chaphalkar bt Veda Madhusuda & ...
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