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India need top-50 women's singles player to have big WTA event: Mahesh Bhupathi

Mahesh Bhupathi cited example of Sania Mirza, who he says was their sole reason to bring Hyderabad Open in 2005.

Never had this kind of depth in Indian tennis: Mahesh Bhupathi

Prajnesh Gunneswaran is the highest ranked Indian just outside the top-100 at 104, followed by Ramkumar Ramanathan at 133 and Yuki Bhambri at 137.

Davis Cup: Positive results on grass by Indians an advantage against Italy, says Mahesh Bhupathi

The Italians, led by world No 13 Fabio Fognini are superior to India on hard and clay courts, but might struggle on grass.

'Alienate serial predators': Mahesh Bhupathi stands in support of sexual harassment survivors

Former tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi came out in support of sexual harassment survivors and urged people to stop engaging with those who have been accused in the #MeToo movement.


IPTL mess: Accused of non-payment, Mahesh Bhupathi says he isn't responsible

Mahesh Bhupathi has been accused of "breaking the business code" by TV Production company Broadcast Sports News.

Davis Cup 2018: An Italian date in February

India will play World Group Playoff at home against opponents Italy, who are ranked 10th in the Davis Cup

Mahesh Bhupathi defends N Sriram Balaji selection ahead of Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan, Purav Raja

AITA usually picks players on rankings but shunned the policy when it was forced to pick a replacement for Divij Sharan and Yuki Bhambri.

Tennis needs money, innovation but home and away format is DNA of Davis Cup: Mahesh Bhupathi

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) will put to test a proposal to create a season-ending World Cup of Tennis, featuring 18 nations.

Mahesh Bhupathi, Zeeshan Ali take chunk of players’ Davis Cup prize money

Mahesh Bhupathi and coach Zeeshan Ali were allowed by the AITA to claim a share from the players' prize purse from the Canada tie.

Davis Cup India vs Canada: India fail to get combination right against Canada

Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil of Canada defeated Rohan Bopanna and Purav Raja of India in four sets in the doubles contest to make it 2-1 in Edmonton in Davis Cup World Group Play-off tie.