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Monthly Archives: November 2014
It is early December in the year 1966. Post independence Calcutta in India is a burgeoning metropolis. The lush green South Club lawn courts of Calcutta in Woodburn Park Road, known as the cradle of tennis in India, was the host … Continue reading
It is 9.30 PM on a cold Sunday night with the first snow of Winter 2014 parachuting down from the sky for a clean landing on the sidewalk outside my window. The ‘dark clouds’ of another work week is looming ahead. (C’mon, … Continue reading
“People think this is all about the top players hitting tennis balls and they talk about technique and strategy and how important that is. But they don’t understand the essence of competition. This is one-on-one, two players out there fighting each … Continue reading
Post your time to complete in the Comments or Drop me a note in the form below, if you have a Q or know the A. Across 3. Flo-Jo can make tennis moms drool 5. Bambi is a showman on the court … Continue reading
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You are invariably going to run into a ‘Pusher’ who is going to dish you moonballs, when you play competitive tennis at amateur level. When I was getting started in tennis and ran into my first ‘Pusher’ in a tournament, … Continue reading