India Tennis | Big Week in Tallahassee ATP Challenger

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Ramkumar, Prajnesh & Sumit in Singles and Yuki/Saketh & Ram/Raja in Doubles


The next week on green clay in Talahassee USA is going to be an interesting tournament for Indian Tennis fans.

All the famous Indian names in the ATP circuit are playing in the tournament. While the Singles will see all the three top Singles player Ramkumar Ramanathan, Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Sumit Nagal.

Doubles will have the ever imrpoving Ramkumar Ramathan teaming up with Purav Raja and fresh from winning a tournament in Ecuador the pair of Yuki Bhambri and Saketh Myneni.

Singles Draw

Ramkumar Ramanathan who despite not being able to open his account in this year in Singles competition remains the highest ranked Indian. He will be hoping to score the win in this torunament but its not going to be easy as he is up against the fifth seed Tomas Vera in the very first round. Ram has had nine first round exits in this year.

Prajnesh who had a great week in Mexico last month where he lost in the finals will be hoping to cross the first round against the local player Christian Harrison. Should Prajnesh win the match he will be again up against an American in the round two.

Sumit Nagal who is on a comeback to the circuit will hope to cross the first hurdle against a tricky opponent Michael Mmoh. Nagal is all set to clash with the top seed of the tournament, Etcheverry from Argentina ranked in top 100. It can be said that that Nagal is in for a tough draw.

Source | ATP

It remains to be seen if an Indian does make it to the quarterfinals at the event considering the current form of the players.

Doubles Draw

The top pairing of Ramkumar Ramanathan and Purav Raja will be up against the fourth seeds Blumberg and Schnur. While Bhambri and Saketh are up against Sandgren and Torpegaard. With the current form of the Indians it shouldnt be a surprise if atleast one of the teams make it to the Semifinals.

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