Tennis crisis a shame: Anand Amritraj
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Tennis crisis a shame: Anand Amritraj

Former Davis Cupper Anand Amritraj on Saturday described the ongoing crisis in Indian tennis following the players' revolt against the AITA a shame and said that both the parties should work out a comprise formula and resolve the issue quickly.

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India's top tennis players agitate for better support

In comments to the news media, association officials have said they will no longer negotiate with the players and may cut off government grants to those who refuse to play next month. Some players receive government training grants of as much as 1.5 million rupees, or a little more than $27,000.

Ministry firm with its policy, Prakash Amritraj can
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Ministry firm with its policy, Prakash Amritraj can't play for India

AITA's efforts to rope in US-based Prakash Amritraj in the Davis Cup squad to negate a boycott threat from the top players came to a nought today with the Sports Ministry sticking to its policy that only Indian passport holders can represent the country.

Prakash Amritraj lifts ITF Future Tennis Championships
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Prakash Amritraj lifts ITF Future Tennis Championships

Former Davis Cupper Prakash Amritraj outplayed Saketh Myneni in straight sets to lift the Men's singles title at the USD 15,000 Solaris ITF Future Tennis Championships on Saturday.

Prakash Amritraj out of French Open qualifiers
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Prakash Amritraj out of French Open qualifiers

Prakash Amritraj yet again failed to make the main the draw of a Grand Slam when he crashed out of the French Open qualifiers, losing in the first round to Braz

Prakash, Purav bow out of Korea ATP Challenger
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Prakash, Purav bow out of Korea ATP Challenger

India's title hopes at the ATP Challenger event in Korea ended after Prakash Amritraj went down in singles quarters and Purav Raja lost in doubles event.

Prakash in Korea ATP Challenger quarters
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Prakash in Korea ATP Challenger quarters

Prakash Amritraj overcame a second set lapse to beat Andis Juska 6-1 2-6 7-6(4) and book a quarterfinal berth in the ATP Challenger event in Chuncheon, Korea.

Prakash clears first hurdle at US Challenger even
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Prakash clears first hurdle at US Challenger even

Prakash Amritraj advanced to the singles pre-quarterfinals of the $50,000 ATP Challenger event in US when his opponent retired mid-way in the first round.

Prakash and Alex in quarters of US Challenger event
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Prakash and Alex in quarters of US Challenger event

Prakash Amritraj and his partner Alex Kuznetsov scripted a come-from-behind win to advance to the doubles quarterfinals of the $50,000 ATP Challenger event.

Prakash-Qureshi out of Binghamton ATP Challenger
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Prakash-Qureshi out of Binghamton ATP Challenger

Prakash Amritraj and his Pakistani partner Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi crashed out in the semifinals of the $50,000 ATP Challenger.

Amritraj slides down in rankings
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Amritraj slides down in rankings

A failed bid at the Hall of Championships in Newport resulted in Prakash Amritraj's ranking plummeting to 254, a huge loss of 95 positions.

Amritraj ousted in Newport by big serving Querrey
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Amritraj ousted in Newport by big serving Querrey

Prakash Amritraj made a disappointing exit from the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships after losing to American Sam Querrey in the second round.

Prakash in Hall of Fame second round
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Prakash in Hall of Fame second round

Last year's runner-up Prakash Amritraj breezed into the second round of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships with a victory over Danai Udomchoke.

Amritraj-Qureshi pair stuns 16th seeds in Wimbledon
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Amritraj-Qureshi pair stuns 16th seeds in Wimbledon

The unseeded Indo-Pakistani duo of Prakash Amritraj and Aisam-ul Haq Qureshi stunned 16th seeds Stephen Huss and Ross Hutchins to enter the second round.

Prakash advances in singles, Bopanna in doubles
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Prakash advances in singles, Bopanna in doubles

Fourth seeds Rohan Bopanna and his American partner Travis Parrott tamed their opponents to move into the doubles second round at the BMW Open.

Amritraj-Qureshi out of Dubai Tennis Championship
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Amritraj-Qureshi out of Dubai Tennis Championship

US-based Indian Prakash Amritraj and partner Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi of Pakistan on Thursday bowed out in the first round of the Dubai Tennis Championship.

Amritraj in doubles finals at Dallas
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Amritraj in doubles finals at Dallas

Prakash Amritraj's good run at the $50,000 ATP Challenger event in Dallas, US ended with the singles defeat in the semifinals against Brendan Evans.

Prakash in 2nd round of US Challenger event
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Prakash in 2nd round of US Challenger event

Prakash Amritraj advanced to the second round of the ATP Challenger event in Dallas after defeating Michael Yani of the host nation 6-3, 6-2.

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