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In discussion with Gaurav Nijhon, the man behind the fitness of our Indian women tennis athletes. It was wonderful catching up with Gaurav, to know the specifics behind the preparation which goes behind key players and their tournaments.  

Tell us about your journey in Sports? Why specifically Strength & Conditioning? What interested you about this field?

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on 15 Mar 2020 5:33 PM
  • Fitness
  • Strength & Conditioning
  • Tennis
  • Indian Tennis
  • Gaurav Nijhon
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Coming from her recent success at the Fed Cup & qualifying for world group play-offs, Ankita caught with me to discuss her recent success in 2020 & how 2019 was a motivating year for her.

In Fed Cup, Ankita combined with Sania Mirza helped India to the World Group play-off by winning the decisive doubles battle by beating Indonesia 2-1 in the Fed Cup Asia-Oceania group-1 women’s tennis tournament in Dubai. It wasn't a easy especially after the first loss to china, who topped the table. 

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on 15 Mar 2020 11:18 AM
  • Indian Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Ankita Raina
  • cynergyservices
  • theinfinitemoments
Sikki

Playing from the age of 9, left handed badminton doubles sensation, Sikki Reddy is an inspiration for many. Hyderabad has been the badminton capital of India, blessing the country with so many international fame players. Sikki is one of them, who in quick time has found a place in hearts of many.

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on 02 Feb 2020 3:07 PM
  • Sports
  • Badminton
  • India
  • Indian Badminton
  • theinfinitemoments
  • cynergyservices
Rutuja ITF

Rutuja Bhosale is one of the brightest talents we have on the Indian Women’s Tennis circuit. Right from the prestigious Shiv Chhatrapati Award to representing India at the Asian Games / Fed Cup to  the recent top-200 doubles ranking – Rutuja has many accomplishments in her kitty already.

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on 02 Feb 2020 8:59 AM
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  • Tennis
  • Indian Tennis
  • Rutuja Bhosale
  • theinfinitemoments
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Nikita

Nikita Uberoi, an Indian-American athlete, is steadily making a mark for herself on the Pro tour. Sister of former Indian No.1 Shikha Uberoi and Neha Uberoi, Nikita is at her career high rank of 837 and has a goal of entering the top-500 over the next year. 

Nikita graduated from an Ivy League school – Brown University and was hit by injuries soon after she turned pro. Playing full-time from the past year, Nikita has been making steady progress on the Pro Tour. 

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on 02 Feb 2020 8:19 AM
  • Tennis
  • Sports
  • Indian Tennis
  • India
  • Nikita Uberoi
  • Theinfinitemoments.com
  • cynergyservices.org
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Struck by an injury, Indian No. 2 Rutuja Bhosale’s off-season has been relatively quiet this year apart from participating in the Tennis Premier League. 

In this free-wheeling interview with Sanketa Anand, Rutuja talks about her experience in TPL, role of her father, MSLTA support and the scene of Indian Womens Tennis.

So how do you feel today coming straight out from being the TPL Trophy Winners. 

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on 02 Feb 2020 7:58 AM
  • Tennis
  • Sports Interview
  • Sports
  • Indian Tennis
  • Rutuja Bhosale
  • Theinfinitemoments.com
  • cynergy
  • cynergyservices.org