TPTL put off, ITF Seniors and AITA-CS also may be postponed
The Club has decided to move the Trivandrum Premier Tennis League (TPTL), scheduled for Jan 22 to 30, to a later date in view of the fluid Corona situation. Fresh dates will be announced as soon as possible.
Two events scheduled in February, the AITA-Championship Series for juniors and the ITF Seniors, are also likely to be postponed subject to approval of AITA and ITF respectively.
Kerala players rake up ranking points, Karan Thapa wins 3 titles
Several Kerala players utilised the SBI-TTC AITA Talent Series to earn valuable national ranking points as the tournament concluded at the TTC courts yesterday.
Karan B Thapa of Kochi won both the under 16 and under 14 boys' singles as well as the U-14 doubes crown with Abel J Manoj as partner. Ephinoah Ricbi and Adarsh S emerged winners in the U-16 doubles.
The all-TTC Girls' under 16 singles final was won by Anushka Bhola over Sreelakshmi. Nandini VS of TN took the Girls' under 14 title beating Pavithra M in the final.
The results of all finals can be seen in the Tournament Centre
From L to R:
Anushka Bhola, Sreelakshmi, Adwaith, Madhav Panicker, Ephinoah, Adarsh S, Nandini, Pavithra
SBI-TTC AITA Talent Series gets under way
Giving local junior players a great chance to garner national ranking points, the AITA Talent Series, sponsored by State Bank of India, has commenced at the TTC courts.
Dharun Sabari C and Levin S, both from Tamil Nadu, are the top seeds in the Boys' under 16 and Under 14 singles. There is a total of 33 entries from Kerala in both categories together, including 15 from TTC. Karan B Thapa of Kochi is no 2 seed in U-14.
The Girls' under 16 singles field is headed by Anushka Bhola of TTC. Ten other Kerala players including 5 of TTC figure in the draw. Nandini VS of TN is top seed in Girls' under 14. The draw has 7 Kerala players including two from TTC.
Visakh, Thomas, Kishore, Madhu shine in Trichur
Thomas Jacob and VS Visakh of TTC lifted the All Kerala veterans 35+ doubles trophy at the Trichur Tennis Trust courts in Trichur yesterday.
The 55+ doubles winners were also TTC members Ram Kishore and Madhu Ganesh. Madhu was also runner up in 55+ singles.
Sabari wins singles, Gautham & Arun Raj doubles
Sabarinath VS won the first ever Trivandrum District Olympics Tennis Championship 2022. He beat Arun Raj JS in the Men's singles final to win gold at Trivandrum Tennis Club courts yesterday.
Another TTC student member Manu Gautham claimed the 3rd place bronze winning over Binu Mani in the play off. Arun Raj and Gautham Krishnan won the gold medal in the doubles. All five of the above players will represent Trivandrum District in the State Olympiad to be held at TTC in February.
In the Womens category , the following players qualified to represent the District Team at the State Olympics, Anushka Bhola, Soumya MS, Jolly Ann Thomas, Bhadra S, Sreelakshmi AR , Ronesha Hermon. View Results
CH Suresh elected as Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences
Our member Dr Suresh C H has been elected as Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences (FASc), Bangalore.
This is regarded as one of the most prestigious scientific recognitions in India. Founded in the year 1934 by Sir C V Raman, the Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore aims at promoting the progress and upholding the cause of science in pure and applied branches. It publishes scientific journals, organises scientific meetings and discussions, recognises scientific talent, promotes science education and plays an important advisory role to the Government of India
Tennis event of District Olympics commences at TTC
Kerala is pioneering a State level multi sports event this February on the lines of the Olympic Games. Ahead of that each District is holding its own Olympiad to select the various teams. The Trivandrum District Tennis event is currently on at the TTC courts under the auspices of the District Olympic Association and the Distr Tennis Association.
All the top players of Trivandrum are taking part in the four categories, Men's & Women's singles and doubles events. The top 4 in singles and the winners of the doubles will qualify to represent the District at the Kerala Olympics in February. The Tennis event of the State Games will also be held in TTC.
Oges Theyjo wins both AITA Singles and Doubles
J Oges Theyjo of Tamil Nadu won a double at the SBI-TTC S Chidambara Iyer memorial AITA men's tennis tournament at TTC yesterday. Third seeded Oges defeated 4th seed Tarun Anirudh of Telengana in the singles final 6-4, 7-5, and partnered K Sivadeep of Telengana to overcome Tarun and Sidharth Arya of TN 6-4, 3-6, (10-8) in the doubles final.
For more match results, visit our Tournament Centre
Singles winner Ojes (in purple T Shirt & cap) & runner up Mr Tarun (In grey-black T Shirt)
Doubles winners Ojes and Sivadeep (in navy blue & black)
Tamil Nadu players dominate SBI-TTC AITA Men's
Only 3 Kerala players entered the 2nd round of the SBI-TTC AITA Men'sTennis Championships hosted by the Club. Gautham Krishna (Trivandrum), Arjun (Trichur) and Ashik Hussain (Kollam) reached and lost in the prequarter finals on Tuesday.
Players from across the border expectedly took the honours as the tournament reached the quarter final stage.
The Mens Singles Quarter Final line up are as below..
1.Siddharth Arya (TN) ( Seed 1) Vs Bhoopathy Sakthivel.(TN)
2. Tarun Anirudh (Telengana) Vs Krishna Teja Raja .(TN)
3. Ihsaan Mahmood (TN) Vs Oges Teygo. (TN)
4. Suhith Reddy Lanka (Telengana) vs Irfan Hussain. (TN) ( Seed 2)
AITA ranking tournament from today
The Chidambara Iyer memorial AITA National Ranking tournament for Men starts off today at our Club courts. The qualifying matches started on 24th. In all 29 players will figure in this. 8 will qualify to join the 24 seeded players in the main draw.
The tournament carries a total prize money of Rs 1 lakh. The finals will be held on Saturday Dec 31.
Sabarinath wins AITA U18 Singles at Hyderabad
VS Sabarinath, Kerala State men's champion and one of TTC's elite trainees, won the AITA Championship Series (CS7) under 18 Boys' title hosted by the Sania Mirza Tennis Academy at Hyderabad earlier this week.
Sabari, who scalped many higher ranked players on his way to the title, beat Vishal Vasudev Menon 6-3, 6-1 in the final.
TTC gets to host ITF Seniors in Feb
The Club will host an ITF Seniors event after a gap of nearly six years come February 2022. The International Tennis Federation has allotted Feb 14 to 18 for the tournament.
Competition will be held in four age-groups, 35+, 40+, 50+ and 60+, in both singles and doubles.
More details will be posted soon on our Tournament Center.
All 8 TPTL teams look evenly matched
A total of 56 players were purchased by the franchise owners at the TPTL Auction held at the GV Raja Hall on Tuesday. Expectedly, MS Krishnakumar was the most sought after player and commanded the highest bid, followed by VS Visakh and Arun Chery Jacob.
The 32 unsold players were also distributed among the 8 teams, each of who will have a total of 11 players to choose from. The league-cum-knock out competition will be held between Jan 22 and 30, 2022 on the clay surface of Court 1 of TTC. Matches will be held only in the evenings under floodlights.
For more details visit the TPTL home page
TPTL Auction today
The Player Auction for the 7th edition of the Trivandrum Premier Tennis League (TPTL VII) will be held at GV Raja Hall today at 6.30 pm. A total of 80 players including a few from outside Trivabdrum have registered for the popular team event that will be held between Jan 22 and 30, 2022. The 80 players will go under the auction hammer and picked up by owners of the 8 franchised teams. The 8 teams will compete for the TPTL trophy and a prize money of nearly Rs 2.5 lakhs.
Thomas Mathew, Madhu Ganesh and Visakh do the double
TTC players expectedly won the most podium finishes at the Kerala Seniors tennis tournament held at the Club last weekend.
Thomas Mathew won both singles and doubles titles in the 75+ category. VS Visakh did the same in the youngest of the groups, 35+. And Madhu Ganesh took both titles in the 55+ age group.
Ernakulam was awarded the special trophy for best outstation district.
Dr PA Thomas, former President of TTC, and Jacob Kallivayalil, former President of the Kerala Tennis Association, were the guests of honour at the prize distribution function. View results
All set for Kerala Seniors Tournament
The Club will host yet another tennis tournament this weekend. Nearly 100 players from across the State will be participating in the Kerala Seniors event on December 11 and 12.
Competition would be held in five different age groups, 35+, 45+, 55+, 65+ and 75+ in both Singles & Doubles.
Sabarinath wins Sree Chitra
V S Sabarinath of TTC beat Ashik Hussain of Kollam in the Men's singles final of the Kerala State Championships to lift the Sree Chitra rolling Trophy and become the State tennis champion.
Srijana Thapa beat Nivedita Sankar in an all-Ernakulam final to win the Women's Tennis Singles title. The Mens doubles title was won by Arun Raj & Gautham Krishna and the under 18 boys' crown by Vignesh. AR Sreelakshmi achieved 3 podium finishes, winning the Girls under 14 and women's doubles and coming runner up in girls' under 16 singles. See All Results
Former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and Prince Aditya Varma were the guests of honour at the prize distribution ceremony.
Manmeet Singh is new Director of Tennis Coaching at TTC
Manmeet Singh Ajimal has taken charge as Director Tennis Coaching at TTC with effect from 1st December.
Manmeet will be responsible for developing and managing the entire coaching program of the Club, with particular emphasis on high-end training for tournament players.
He has over 15 years experience and was Tennis Consultant and Head Coach of Team Tennis India in Noida prior to joining TTC. His earlier assignments included coaching stints in Germany and Maharashtra.
Club honours Krishnakumar, Sankar and Ramakrishnan
TTC proudly honoured three of its members at a felicitation function on Monday alongside the formal inauguration of the Sree Chitra Kerala State Championships.
Plaques were presented by the guest of honour Shri VK Prashanth MLA to MS Krishnakumar (represented India as captain of the National 40+ team at the 2021 ITF Young Seniors World Team Tennis Championships held in Umag, Croatia) Sankar Krishnan (represented India as part of the National 50+ team at the 2021 ITF Seniors World Team Tennis Championships held in Umag, Croatia), and Air Vice Marshal (retd) S Ramakrishnan on being bestowed the AVSM (Ati Vishisht Sewa) medal for meritorious service by the President of India last week.
Sree Chitra starts on schedule, Arjun top seed
The first round men's singles matches in the 85th Kerala State Sree Chithra Tennis Championships got off to a prompt start at the TTC courts yesterday despite the heavy rains during the past one week. Arjun U of Trichur, the highest ranked Kerala player after Haadin Bawa, is the top seed. The Women's singles matches will commence from today. Competition is also on among junior boys and girls in 4 age groups, under 12, under 14, under 16 and under 18. The tournament goes on till Dec 3.
The State Sports Minister will formally inaugurate the Championships at a function to be held at the Club on Monday Nov 29
AITA approves two ranking events for TTC
TTC will play host to two AITA tournaments during the coming weeks.
The AITA Chidambara Iyer memorial Men's tournament with a prize money of Rs 1 lakh has been scheduled between Dec 27 and 31, with qualifying rounds on Dec 25 and 26. The main draw size would be 32 in singles and 16 in doubles. Several promising young players striving to reach the top national rankings are expected to figure in the draw. It will also enable our talented players to match their skills with higher ranked players.
The AITA Talent Series tournament for Under-16 and Under-14 Boys and Girls will be held at the Club from Jan 10 to 14. Qualifying rounds will be on Jan 8 and 9. Talent Series events are aimed at giving tournament exposure for advanced trainees and will help our juniors gain valuable ranking points. Players from other parts of Kerala and neighbouring States will however provide strong competition.
Meanwhile AITA has extended the recognition of TTC as a registered Tennis academy upto 31.12 2022. Visit Tournament Centre
Air Vice Marshal S Ramakrishnan
(retd) receives AVSM
Air Vice Marshal S Ramakrishnan (retired), a TTC member, was given the AVSM (Ati Vishisht Sewa) medal for meritorious service by the President of India Sri Ram Nath Kovind, at the Rastrapathi Bhawan on Nov 23rd Tuesday.
Ramakrishnan is an alumnus of the College of Engineering, Trivandrum, where he graduated in Electronics & Communications. He went on to do his M Tech in Lasers & Optics from IAT, Pune University. He was commissioned in the Aeronautical Engg branch of the Indian Air Force in 1986. He retired on 30th June 2021 as Asst Chief of Air Staff (Maintenance Plans) at Air Headquarters. He was previously awarded Vishisht Seva Medal (VSM) in 2014
Over 100 children turn out for Mini Tennis tournament
The annual TTC Mini Tennis tournament for young kids who are learning the game saw 115 entries including many who travelled from as far away as Trichur. Mini tennis is designed specially for children aged between 4 and 10 and provides them with the perfect opportunity to learn the fundamentals of tennis at an early age.
The event held on Nov 20 & 21 at the TTC courts featured friendly singles competition (utilising smaller courts, nets and racquets, and lower bouncing balls) for age groups under 6, under 8, under 10 and under 12 in boys' and girls' sections. They were divided into Red, Orange and Green dot groups based on their age and the nature of balls used. (The respective age group uses different colour tennis balls that each perform differently to suit the age group that uses them. Red, orange and green mini tennis balls all have different ball compressions which impacts how high each ball bounces. The mini tennis court dimensions also vary depending on the age of the child. Younger players played on smaller mini tennis courts, whilst 10-year olds played on full size courts).
All participants were awarded medals and certificates of merit at a colourful function yesterday. The winners and runners up won attractive trophies, which were presented to them by the Club's senior members Dr PA Thomas, Prof Radhakrishnan V, and Prof NF Rawther. List of finalists can be seen in Results. For more pictures, go to Gallery.
Well-attended ceremony draws curtain on District Championships
Transport Minister Antony Raju lauded the prize winners of the Trivandrum District Tennis Championships at the closing ceremony held at TTC yesterday. He was chief guest at the well attended function graced by the presence of a majority of the participants, parents, coaches, officials and Club members.
TTC members dominate Seniors' events at District Championships
Jayakrishnan of Sri Mulam Club was the only non-TTC player to reach the podium at the seniors' events of the Trivandrum District Tennis Championships, which concluded yesterday at the Club courts. He won the 60 plus doubles with Rajeev S as partner. Najeem and Suresh Koilerian were runners up.
The Young Seniors (35 plus) category was won by 2nd seeds Vinod Comor and Kumaraswamy who shocked favorites Rajmohan Pillai and Suresh CH 8-5 in the finals.
The Super Seniors (75 plus) event also saw an upset with John Mathai and Rama Iyer triumphing over Satish Kumar and Thomas Mathew.
The prize distribution for all the events of the District Championships will be held on Thu, Nov 18.
TTC celebrates Children's Day with a Tennis carnival
There was a tremendous response from the public to the Club's call to give their children a feel of Tennis. Despite inclement weather parents and children from all walks of life came in droves to the roofed courts of TTC. Over 120 kids between the ages of 5 and 12, in different time slots and batches of around 20 each, were given an introduction to the sport and given a light skill test to assess their agility. It was truly a unique effort by Team TTC to welcome youngsters into the world of Tennis.
GS Sanjay wins men's title
GS Sanjay won the men's singles title at the Trivandrum District Tennis Championships today. He defeated Nithin Justin in the final.
The men's doubles crown went to Ram Narayan and Jithin S Raj.
Soumya MS took the honours among women beating Jolly Anne Thomas in the final.
State Championships allotted to TTC, to start Nov 27th
The Kerala Tennis Association has allotted the Sri Chitra State Tennis Championships to the Club. This will be the 2020-21 edition which could not be held last year due to the Covid lockdown.
All categories of events would be conducted during the week-long tournament starting on Nov 27 and ending on Dec 3.
A Tennis intro for kids on Childrens day
The Trivandrum Tennis Club will conduct a TENNIS DAY on 14th November 2021 from 7.00 AM to 6.30 PM to provide opportunity for children to come and get a feel of the game of Tennis and undertake a Tennis skill test.
Tennis is an excellent sport for children to learn the game at a young age and a sport which can be played life-long irrespective of age. Tennis can be learnt at a very affordable cost and TTC is arguably the most economical facility in the world to join for Tennis coaching at the level of beginners, intermediates and advanced. TTC's tennis program is open to all members of the public.
The Club had recently promoted Tennis and Physical Fitness to the Trivandrum public by organising a Bicycle Rally with over 120 participants to propagate the message "Tennis and Fitness for Good Health". The Tennis Day program is a follow up to create awareness for tennis particularly among the very young children.
The Club invites all children above 5 years of age to the Tennis Day and urge them to get the feel of the game of Tennis. Parents are requested to register their children before 14th November 2021 for any of the 5 sessions as per their convenience @ 7.00 AM, @ 9.00 AM,@ 11.00 AM , @ 3.00 PM & @ 5.00 PM. The Registration is FREE OF COST.
Kindly visit the Trivandrum Tennis Club Office "OR" Contact: 0471-2722737 / 2310832 / Whatsapp at 9188337166 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to register. For more details on Coaching including special programs for Adults and Ladies please visit http://www.trivandrumtennisclub.com/coaching
Laurels for Dr Suresh CH, Dr Radhakrishna Pillai and Ganeshan N
TTC members Dr Suresh C H, Dr Radhakrishna Pillai and Ganeshan N earned distinguished laurels during the past week.
Dr Suresh (CSIR) and Dr Pillai (formerly Director of Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology) have been ranked amongst the top 2% Scientists in the world. Elsevier BV, the Netherlands based leading publisher of science and health information, and Stanford University,
California have created a publicly available data-base of over one lakh top scientists in the world working in various science streams. This updated version of the previous data base published last year covers 22 scientific domains and 176 sub-domains. In terms of ranking, they represent the 2% most important scientists in the world.
N Ganeshan has been nominated to Asian Table Tennis Union as the Co Chairman of the Technical and Umpires committee. An ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) accredited competition manager, Ganeshan will be the first Indian to hold this post. He has been a member of the International body's Umpires and Referees Committee for many years.
Sponsored racquets for State junior champs
Sabarinath VS and Sreelakshmi AR, Kerala's junior champions in boys' and girls' categories respectively were presented professional grade tennis racquets last Sunday as part of the Club's tennis support program.
The racquets were given to the players by Kerala's Minister for Food and Civil Supplies GR Anil Kumar at a function in TTC that he graced as chief guest for flagging off the Tennis and Fitness awareness Bike rally.
Both Sabarinath and Sreelakshmi have emerged out of TTC's free Community tennis coaching program which supports over 20 talented children who are unable to afford the cost of training and equipments.
The racquets have been sponsored by two of TTC's members, Praveen Kumar S and Sanker NA. The Club has an ongoing fund, sponsored by members, which is exclusively utilized for such purposes. TTC has also drawn up plans to enhance its Community tennis scheme along with an upgrade of its overall tennis coaching program to international standards.
"Tennis for Fitness and Health" bike rally a huge success
What was one of the biggest bicycle rallies Trivandrum has witnessed saw nearly 150 cyclists participate in the 10 km ride around the City on Sunday Oct 31. Over 100 members of the Indus Cycling Embassy including women and children were joined by several biking enthusiasts of TTC in undertaking the ride starting from and ending at the Club premises.
G R Anil, State Minister for Food and Civil Supplies was the chief guest at the launch function and he flagged off the ride. He also lead the participants' pledge to support environment and fight against climate change.
Several other Cabinet ministers have also sent their greetings and congratulatory messages to TTC for organising this unique awareness rally.
After the completion of the 10kms cycle ride there was an exhibition tennis match played featuring four of TTC's stars G S Sanjay, S Sabari, M C Nithin and V S Visakh.
Both TTC and ICE officials expressed the hope that this will be the beginning of a long term association between Tennis & Cycling, with cyclists supporting Tennis as a sport for fitness and Tennis players promoting Cycling especially for commuting.
Diwali Nite at TTC on Wednesday Nov 3
Diwali celebrations will be held at TTC on Wednesday 3rd November 2021 with Live music, a variety Dosa fest, Tambola, fireworks and fellowship to usher in the spirit of Diwali.
All prescribed COVID protocols would be strictly followed.
Members are requested to register latest by 12 noon on Nov 3. The Registration charges are Rs 350 each for member and spouse, Rs 300 for children upto 18 yrs, Rs 400 for a Guest.
TTC to host District tournament Nov 6 to 13
The Club will conduct the Trivandrum District Tennis tournament from Nov 6 to 13. This annual competition, held under the aegis of the Trivandrum District Tennis Association, will have events for Men, Ladies, Junior Boys and Girls in Under-18, Under-16 and Under-14. It will be the first tournament held at TTC since the State went into lock-down following the second Covid wave. Hopefully it marks the resumption of normal tennis activity in Trivandrum across all age-groups.
A Bike Ride for promoting Tennis and Fitness
The City will be witness to a unique Bicycle group ride on October 31st (a day prior to Kerala Piravi Dinam when Schools will re-open after the Covid-impacted break) that will promote Tennis, Cycling and Physical fitness.
Indus Cycling Embassy, a biking club in Trivandrum, is partnering TTC to support our initiative. Over 100 participants, including a few cycling fans among our members, will cycle from TTC and cover 10 Kms covering key points in & around Trivandrum with the objective of spreading the message of "Tennis & Fitness for Good Health" through T-shirt branding and by distributing pamphlets on TTC facilities.
TTC will also promote a free “Tennis Skill Assessment Test” & "Feel the game of Tennis" programme proposed on Children’s Day -14th November 2021.
Coaching for Beginners too from Oct 14
Tennis coaching for Beginners will re-commence from the morning of October 14. Children who are already registered in the coaching program are to report to the Club.
This follows the re-start of the coaching programs for Intermediate and Advanced groups last week.
Covid protocols would be strictly implemented, and social interaction kept at minimal levels.
TPTL-VII to be held in January 2022
The prestigious Trivandrum Premier Tennis league (TPTL), which has been conducted by the Club every year since 2016, will have its 7th edition in action between Jan 22 and 30, 2022. Player registration for the event will be open shortly. Players who are members of any Club in Kerala will be eligible to participate. Auction for players will be held on Dec 18, 2021.
All eight team owners of 2020-21 have confirmed their continuation this year also for this high-profile franchise-based team event that has turned out to be the most popular tournament in TTC's calendar. Visit the TPTL page for more
Govind Krishnakumar wins ITF Seniors title
TTC member B Govind Krishnakumar, a former State no 1 and former National under-65 champion has brought laurels to the Club once again by winning the ITF Seniors title (above 70 category) at the tournament conducted last week at Mumbai.
Govind recently represented India at the World Seniors Championships held in Spain.
Tennis Coaching at TTC back to normalcy
The Club's tennis coaching schemes are gradually getting back to normalcy after a gap of 5 months, with children's coaching being permitted by the Government from October 8. Coaching for intermediate and advanced trainees have commenced in small groups and observing all prescribed Covid norms such as social distancing.
Permission for younger children and beginners in the below-10 age groups is also expected shortly.
Coaching for adults and special ladies' group will continue at their separate allotted time slots.
ITF Doubles title for Sanjaikumar
A Sanjaikumar of TTC added yet another ITF feather in his crown by winning the Doubles title for above-55 Seniors at Sonepat last week. He and his partner Bhushan Akut won the tournament without dropping a set.
Sanjai was a member of the Indian team at the 55+ World Championships in Croatia in September.
Five TTC players to represent India, Unprecedented honour for any Club
Trivandrum Tennis Club is proud to break this News. Five of its members have been selected by AITA to represent India in 5 different age groups of an ITF World championships. This surely is unprecedented for any Club anywhere in the world, to have a representative in 5 different national teams in the same sport at the same time.
* MS Krishnakumar will captain India in the 40+ category at the 2021 ITF Young Seniors World Team Championships in Umag, Croatia from 12th to 17th Sep. He is a former Kerala men's no.1 in and led the State to a bronze medal at the 2015 National Games.
* A Sanjai Kumar will represent India in the 55+ group of the Seniors Championships in Umag, Croatia from 29th Aug to 3rd Sep. He is also a former State champion (87-88) and has several ITF Seniors titles to his credit. Was ranked India no. 1 in 45+ singles in 2016.
* K Sankar is selected for the 50 Plus age group which will also be a part of the Seniors Championships in Umag from
29th Aug to 3rd Sep. Sankar is a former State champion and now an accomplished coach.
* MR Ramesh, past President of TTC, will play for the country in the 65+ category in the Super Seniors World Championships. This event will be held at Mallorca in Spain between Oct 10 and 15, 2021.
* B Govind Krishnakumar is in the India team for the 70+ group in the above Super Seniors event in Mallorca, also in Oct. He was Kerala's top men's player in the early 70's and also ranked no 1 among India's 65+ players for the last 5 years.
Hearty congrats to all of them for their dedication, determination and discipline!
TTC wishing the Indian contingent for the Tokyo Olympics all the very best.