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A member of Virat Kholi Foundation, Rutaparna Panda (fondly named as Neha) has stamped her authority in the Indian Badminton Circuit. She is also the first women player from the state of Odisha representing & winning for India in the International Circuit. In this detailed conversation with CynergyServices, Rutaparna spills out o

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on 07 Jun 2020 9:14 PM
  • Badminton
  • Indian Badminton
  • cynergyservices
  • Rutaparna Panda
  • VKF
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Having picked the racket at the age of 7, Pranaav Chopra is famously known as the "Doubles Specialist" in the Indian Badminton circuit.

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on 24 May 2020 12:33 AM
  • Indian Badminton
  • Badminton
  • India
  • cynergyservices
  • theinfinitemoments
  • Pranaav Chopra
Vijay Sundar Prashanth

Coming from a middle class family, Vijay Sundar Prashant has been an inspiration for many. Dearth of resources during his early struggle days, but with no dearth talent, this man proved what one can achieve with a firm resilience and determination. Famously known as the terminator by his friends, this hard-working athlete has represented and won for India, reching a career high of #335 and #193 in singles and doubles.

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on 23 May 2020 6:15 PM
  • Indian Tennis
  • Tennis
  • cynergyservices
  • theinfinitemoments
  • Vijay Sundar Prashanth
Saumya Vig

In the midst of lockdown, Saumya Vig, a rising star in Indian Women Tennis caught with Cynergysports. She opens up about her sport, plans for the rest of year & how she is managing herself amid the covid crisis. Read in to know more and do leave your comments below. 

You were in Cairo when Covid-19 was on rise. How did you manage yourself in Cairo & how did you manage to come back?

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on 17 Apr 2020 6:06 PM
  • Tennis
  • Indian Tennis
  • Saumya Vig
  • Cynergservices.org
  • Theinfinitemoments.com
Arjun Kadhe

Coming from recent successes at Maharashtra Open, Arjun Kadhe, a rising star in Indian tennis, spills the beans with us on his sport & everything else. 

Your thoughts about the current lockdown imposed, due to Covid19.

What India is doing right now, I fully support it. Other countries are losing control, and I think that with lockdown we can bounce back faster. It has hit the world very bad, and all sports/entertainment engagements are closed resulting in billions of dollars of loss globally.

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on 11 Apr 2020 8:48 PM
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  • Indian Tennis
  • Theinfinitemoments.com
  • Arjun Kadhe
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With immense self-confidence & preparation, Snehal Mane, current India's #6 has hit the right notes in India's women tennis. In a free wheeling chat, on her 21st birthday, Snehal tell us more about her sport and how she has been managing with the lockdown amid covid 2019. 

Locked down at home, how do you generally spend your time..

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on 05 Apr 2020 2:43 PM
  • Tennis
  • India Tennis
  • Snehal Mane
  • Theinfinitemoments.com