08 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Not many sportspersons enjoy the status of a global icon but Pete Sampras certainly does and playing in India for the first time, the 14-time Grand Slam winner richly praised the fans' knowledge of the racquet sport and called the country a 'great tennis town'.
13 Dec 2014
London: The 2015 Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) overall prize money will exceed USD 100 million, the men's professional tennis tour announced Friday.
10 Dec 2014
Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan feels the various leagues on sport have undergone a metamorphosis in terms of showcasing talent.
07 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Tennis legend Roger Federer on Sunday arrived in the capital to play his first match in Indian soil when he turns up for Indian Aces during the third leg of International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) here.
08 Dec 2014
New Delhi: He is enjoying the International Premier Tennis League experience so far but reigning US Open champion and world number nine Marin Cilic on Monday said that the star-studded event can improve some of its rules for the next edition.
04 Dec 2014
Singapore: The International Tennis Premier League (IPTL) will add two cities next year, taking the number to six, event founder Mahesh Bhupathi said here on Thursday.
07 Nov 2014
Hyderabad: Vijay Amritraj-promoted Champions Tennis League (CTL) Thursday unveiled Hyderabad Aces, the team from Hyderabad, which has replaced Chennai in the southern group.
07 Dec 2014
New Delhi: A billion hearts are waiting with bated breath as Roger Federer gets ready to wield his racquet for Indian Aces in IPTL and the Swiss tennis legend said it is a "pleasure and privilege" to play for the first time in India.
24 Nov 2014
Mumbai: Delhi Dreams stormed into the final of the inaugural Champions Tennis League by overcoming a spirited Mumbai Tennis Masters by 27-21 in the best-of-five one-set clashes here at the Kalina University sports complex courts.
18 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Former top ranked tennis stars Greg Rusedski and Juan Carlos Ferrero on Monday said the new format of the inaugural Champions Tennis League (CTL) will attract a lot attention and subsequently increase interest in the sport in India. CTL comprises six teams divided into two groups, with each team playing each other on a home and away basis.