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May/21

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How Will Leander Paes Retire?

On June 17, ATP great Leander Paes will turn 48 years old. The legendary Indian is still active in pro tennis but he’s having difficulty getting matches in the ATP because his doubles ranking has fallen outside the top 100 and apparently there isn’t a long line of players ranked high enough willing to team […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/21

18

Biofile Anand Amritraj Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former ATP pro won 12 doubles titles. His best singles ranking was 74. Best major result was 3R in Wimbledon singles in 1974 and semis in Wimbledon doubles in 1976 (with brother Vijay). DOB: March 20, 1951 In: Madras, India First Tennis Memory: “When I was eight years old a racquet […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/18

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Leander Paes showing his magic in Dallas

love By Scoop Malinowski Leander Paes if 44 years old and proving this week in Dallas that he has plenty of magic left in his bag of tricks. The tennis legend from India, who openly talked about how close he could be to retiring last January in Chennai, has apparently changed his mind. Paes and partner Raja Purav played three straight Challenger events to close out 2017 and won a couple of rounds at this year's Australian Open. Continue to read full article...

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Sep/14

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The Biofile: Sania Mirza Interview

mirza By Scoop Malinowski Status: WTA tennis player. Winner of one WTA singles, 2014 US Open mixed doubles champion (with partner Bruno Soares). Her career-high singles ranking was #27 in 2007. DOB: November 15, 1986 in Mumbai, India. Tennis Inspirations: "Steffi Graf. I guess in the men it was Rafter and then Sampras. It basically kept changing. But right now it's obviously Federer [smiles]." Continue to read full article...

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