Ramesh Krishnan (born 5 June 1961) is a tennis coach and former professional tennis player from India. As a junior player in the late 1970s, he won the boys' singles titles at both Wimbledon and the French Open.
Prajnesh Gunneswaran is an Indian tennis player. He has won many championship and title in his career being such a great personality person he is widely famous for his strong competition and he always works hard and give his best in the matches he has also won 2 ATP Challengers and 8 ITF titles.
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The Indian tennis player also beat a very young Andre Agassi in the final to win an ATP Challenger title in Schenectady, USA, in 1986. The 1998 Padma Shri recipient was also part of the Indian team which reached the final of the Davis Cup in 1987.
India has produced several tennis players who have gained international acclaim and competed in some of the world’s most prestigious tennis events including grand slams. The All-India Tennis Association (AITA), which was founded in 1920 and is a member of the Asian Tennis Federation, is India’s regulatory organization for tennis.
All India Tennis Association (AITA) established in 1920, is the governing body of tennis in India and is a member of the Asian Tennis Federation. India Davis Cup team is the most successful team of Asia in Davis Cup, who has finished as runners-up 3 times. Indian Tennis player Sania Mirza at 2011 French Open.
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Mehra is the highest-ranked Indian player in the World Junior rankings. The 19-year-old is currently ranked 134 in the junior circuit. Her tennis journey began in Qatar although she was born in India, as her parents decided to shift there. She returned to India in 2018 and resided in Pune.
The player is likely to earn only half that amount or a little bit more, and that too only if his individual ranking is inside the top-150 and also manages to win at least a couple out of those 30 events. In short, a tennis player in India is likely to lose money every year unless he makes it to the top-150 in the rankings in four or five years.