The legendary Indian tennis players of all time (Part 2)

Mahesh Bhupathi

For the longest time in Indian tennis history, the buzz was dominated by the iconic combination of Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes, who together built incredible records and continued. Indian tennis parade on a global stage.

The Paes-Bhupathi pair is also the first team to make it to the finals of all four Grand Slam tournaments to become the first of the Open Era names to achieve a feat. Together they also had the longest series of matches in Davis Cup history.

From being the first Indian to win a Grand Slam tournament to a Grand Slam career in the mixed doubles, Bhupathi is also considered the best doubles player in the history of world tennis.

Bhupathi is also named as a rather unique record – he has won the Grand Slam titles with seven different partners and in straight sets. But perhaps what makes Mahesh Bhipathi a bigger stature than any of his contemporaries is that he was instrumental in promoting the career of the most successful Indian female tennis player, Sania Mirza.

Vijay Amritraj

Another Indian tennis player who has been one of the sport’s outstanding players over the years is Vijay Amritraj. Even after more than two decades of retirement from the professional race, Amritraj remains the highest-ranked Indian single player ever with his No 16 world earned in 1980.

Part of ‘ABC tennis’ fame, along with legends Bjorn Borg and Jimmy Connors, whom he also won, Amritraj has also been Asia’s No. 1 tennis player for more than a decade.

Rohan Bopanna

One of India’s best doubles players, Rohan Bopanna has been a member of India’s Davis Cup team since 2002 and only the fourth Indian player to win the Grand Slam title. Bopanna was instrumental in India’s 2010 Davis Cup victory over Brazil, bringing India back to the World Group for the first time since 1998.

Somdev Devvarman

While India is plunging into mixed and mixed events in the world stage, the country’s singles exploitation is relatively few and far between. Among the rare varieties of Indian players who have been active and quite successful in the individual race is Somdev Devvarman.

The only university player to have won three finals in a row at NCCA, perhaps it was a tough competition at the grassroots level that prepared Devvarman to dispute the national and international stage. In fact, he remains one of the strongest players to emerge from India in the modern era of the sport.


Leaving Paes as one of the greatest tennis athlete in India

Perhaps the most prolific of the Indian players, Leander Paes has always been a formidable force in court. Whether it was his intense performance or tough determination, Paes was instrumental in making tennis in India more than just a sport.

Many of his feats on the field ushered in a new era in Indian tennis, stemming from passion and power, instead of the masterpieces that simply defined the sport. Stylish and gaudy, really reliable of Paes that he was very adept at making this sport very popular in a country known for cricket fever.

One of the greatest of contemporary contemporary tennis players, Paes has incredible records. His heroism with the tennis racket on the international stage can be rooted even in his teenage years. Not only did he win the Junior US Open and Wimbledon titles, he also rose to number one in the world rankings.

Paes exploded in the professional scene in 1991 with much interest, because it was the following year that saw him play in the quarter-finals of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. But his bigger celebrity came four years later in the next Olympics in Atlanta when he defeated Fernando Meligeni to win a bronze medal, becoming the first Indian player in the 44s to win a medal. individual chapter.

Being the first of India and also the only player to have participated in seven Olympic Games, continuously through 1992 to 2016, Paes also holds a commendable record in Grand Slam tournaments. With eight pairs and ten mixed pairs in his cat, Paes was also the only player after legendary Rod Laver to win the Wimbledon title in three decades.

Leander Paes not only held the career of Grand Slam in the mixed doubles, but he also won a rare double when winning both male and mixed titles in the 1999 Wimbledon tournament. As a captain, Paes also holds the record for the most number of Davis Cup wins with a 43 win.

Not only that, at 41 years, Paes also became the oldest man to win a Grand Slam event when he won the mixed crown at the 2015 Australian Open alongside Swiss player Martina Hingis. Along with another illustrious Indian player Mahesh Bhupathi, Paes has a formidable reputation in the world of double tennis. Called The Indian Express, the couple have won several victories for India in many international tournaments.


The legendary Indian tennis players of all time (Part 1)

Tennis as a sport is an extremely attractive and attractive game. It takes more than a few good serves and strong shots and some really good techniques to make it important in the tennis world. Passion and determination are an important element such as skill and talent. Because success can only be met through continued perseverance, not many people manage to make it big long term.

Tennis in India may be overshadowed by the madness of cricket if playing cricket but the sport has thrived in the country for a long time. Over the years, this country has witnessed some spectacular talents that have brought world-class performances. Here are the best Indian players of all time who have made the nation proud-

Ramanathan Krishnan

For those who have watched Indian tennis from its wisdom, Ramanathan Krishnan is no stranger. He is one of the few famous Indian players to be credited with bringing the country up there along with other heavyweight rivals on the global competition stage. A prolific player, perhaps Krishnan’s leadership and his exceptional flair made him a crowd lover and one of the best to emerge from the country.

The first Asian to win the Wimbledon title, the same year after the 1953 debut, who also won the all-Indian championship six times and played eight finals, Krishnan was easily one of the best players that India has ever produced. Krishnan is ranked as number 4 in the world at a time when it is not easy to access the best infrastructure. 

From leading the national team to the first Davis Cup final against Australia in 1966 until winning a half-century of victory for singles in the tournament, the presence lasted for more than two decades. Davis Cup team has shown his power as an outstanding player. Krishnan’s presence in the tennis village is known as the golden era of Indian tennis and he was one of the top players in the world during the 50s and 60s.