Sunday, October 17, 2021

Sumit Nagal

It is tough for young players in Covid-19: Saketh Myneni

Hyderabad: For Saketh Myneni there was good news when he was named as a replacement for the injured Sumit Nagal to be part of...

India’s campaign ends in Tennis

The Indians did not even have faint hopes of getting into the easiest of tennis events at the Games.

Sumit Nagal hammered out of Tokyo Olympics by Daniil Medvedev

The Russian did not even need his 'A' game as he cruised to a 6-2 6-1 win in just 66 minutes against 160th ranked Nagal at court 1 of the Ariake Tennis Centre.

Tokyo Games: Sumit Nagal shocks Istomin, to meet Medvedev

Nagal got the better of Istomin 6-4 6-7(6) 6-4 in two hours and 34 minutes on court 10 at the Ariake Tennis Centre to set up a second round with world number two Daniil Medvedev.

Tough test for Indian tennis players in Tokyo

Sania Mirza, who is making a record fourth Olympic appearance, and debutant Ankita Raina are going into the Tokyo Olympics without playing a single competitive match together this year

Tokyo Olympics: Sania-Ankita to play Ukraine twins

In women's doubles, the Indian pair of Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina will face the Kichenok twins -- Nadiia and Lyudmyla -- of Ukraine in the opening round.

Bopanna-Nagal pair’s entry was never accepted for Tokyo

Bopanna alleges All India Tennis Association misled everyone on their participation

Sania Mirza eyes final hurrah with Ankita Raina in Tokyo

Sania is set to become the only female athlete to have represented India at four Olympics when she takes to the court along with talented youngster Ankita Raina

India’s Sumit Nagal eligible to play in Tokyo Olympics

If Nagal can make it to Tokyo by completing all the required formalities, it remains to be seen if he makes the doubles draw with Rohan Bopanna, who could not enter with Divij Sharan till now

Sumit Nagal fails to qualify French Open main draw

With the defeat of the 23-year-old from Jhajjar, India's challenge has ended in the Qualifiers.

Sumit Nagal crashes out of Australian Open

Nagal, India's second-highest ranked men's singles player, lost 2-6, 5-7, 3-6 to Berankis in a match that lasted two hours and six minutes at Court 17.

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