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Delhi Open Tennis Premier League Helps Find Local Talent


Ahead of its fifth season, the Delhi Open, the final leg of the Tennis Premier League (TPL) supported by Clear, made its way to Delhi.

Delhi Open, the fifth season of the Tennis Premier League (TPL) presented by Clear, made its way to Delhi for the last round of the grassroots competition. Located at the RK Khanna Tennis Stadium in Hauz Khas, New Delhi, the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association (DLTA) served as the host of the Delhi Open. There was a lot of activity at the stadium as hopeful tennis players arrived from all across Delhi to compete.

on addition to Rajinder Singh, the owner of the Punjab Tigers, and Sneh Patel, the owner of the Delhi Binny’s Brigade, Ankita Bhambri, a well-known player on the Indian tennis circuit, was the mentor for the Punjab Tigers.

Mrunal Jain and Kunal Thakkur, the incredibly motivated co-founders of the Tennis Premier League, were also in attendance.

Over the past four seasons, the Tennis Premier League (TPL) has shed light on the Indian tennis community. In addition to encouraging the game’s growth at the community level, it has drawn private sector investment in elite Indian tennis players, setting them up to succeed as the country’s future champions.

Mrunal Jain and Kunal Thakkur, the incredibly motivated co-founders of the Tennis Premier League, were also in attendance.

The TPL Mobile Application was also featured, supporting tennis at all levels and quickly emerging as the go-to resource for the Indian tennis community. To end non-ranking, unofficial games played in Delhi, the Tennis Premier League intends to host the inaugural Delhi Dristict rating competition.

In a close-run final, Ananya Gupta was victorious in the U14 Girl’s division, defeating Suhana Ohlan. A Yonex racquet worth Rs. 12,000 was given to Annaya. In the U14 Boy’s category, Himanish Brinda triumphed over Kushagra Arora in the championship match. In addition, he received a Yonex racquet valued at Rs. 12,000.

In a thrilling final against Sahil Sarang, Parth Agrawal emerged victorious in the Open Category and was given a reward of Rs. 10,000. The Delhi Open concluded with the Assistant Coaches Singles division. Iciraibe Salie emerged victorious in the end, defeating Mohammed Arif, and he was given a reward of Rs. 10,000.

In addition to owning Delhi Binny’s Brigade, Sneh Patel is the creator and owner of the SaveEat App. She expressed her excitement about the attendance at the TPL Delhi Open by saying, “The talent on display today was truly awe-inspiring.” A number of players gave performances that had the audience in stitches, displaying all the qualities of potential champions.

The Tennis Premier League has succeeded in shining a bright light on the sport and so increasing public interest in it by fusing the glitter of stars with the developmental goals of the commercial sector. Season 5 is expected to be the most exciting ever because it includes the biggest names in the world, Indian tennis, and bigger stars on board.”

The CEO and founder of Celebfie, Raminder Singh, who also owns the Punjab Tigers, declared his enthusiasm for the Tennis Premier League, saying, “It has provided me with a special chance to become more involved in the sport and help it flourish in India.The young athletes that took part in Delhi today are certain to be greatly impacted by the TPL’s grassroots programme. I have no doubt that the league will help unearth the next wave of sensational Indian tennis players. With each new season, the league has increased both fan base and participation in the sport because of its exciting, fast-paced structure.”

Ankita Bhambri, the Punjab Tigers’ mentor, emphasised the value of these community competitions, saying, “It was thrilling to see the talent on display today at the Tennis Premier League Delhi Open.” Some of the players gave genuinely amazing performances, displaying every talent required to compete at the greatest level of tennis. I’m sure we’ve found some undiscovered tennis treasures from the area today. This was the city’s first-ever district ranking tournament, demonstrating how the league is changing the sport nationally.”

Delhi’s dynamic tennis community turned out in huge numbers for the Delhi Open, where exceptional skills were on full display,” stated Kunal Thakkur, co-founder of the league, with delight at the conclusion of a spectacular event. We have no doubts that the individuals we have chosen have the potential to emerge as the next big names in Indian tennis.”
“Sport is deeply ingrained in Delhi’s culture, and the overwhelming response to the Delhi Open on the TPL App is a testament to that,” said Mrunal Jain, co-founder of the league, echoing the sentiment. We are convinced that these grassroots competitions will enable us to find and nurture tennis talent, as the league is dedicated to doing.”



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