11 Medals in 3 Tournaments for Wheelchair Tennis

A team comprising of 4 players, D.M Gamini, R Ranaweera, S Dharmasena and L Senaratne took flight last month to compete in 3 ITF Futures series tournaments held in Thailand, Bangkok and Malaysia. The four men returned to the...

Top Seeds Nelaweera and Kurera left with one more hurdle

Chathurya Nilaweera and Anjalika Kurera, the top seeds of the tournament, are just one match away from competing in the Final of the ATF 14 & Under Tennis Championship – Week 1. The 4th day of week 1 was worked...

When men in wheels took to Malaysia

The venerated veterans of the Sri Lankan Forces have once again proved worthy of themselves, this time, at the Malaysian Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament 2017.Gamini Dissanayake, the man who never fails to mark the Sri Lankan territory on the world’s map,...

U12 Girls’ Team off to Kazakhstan for the final battle

The ITF Asian 12 & Under Team competition 2017 will see its final venture take place with 12 nations facing off at the National Tennis Centre in Kazakhstan. The tournament is organised and hosted by the Kazakhstan Tennis Federation...

Sri Lankans flood this year’s ATF series

The Asian Tennis Federation International Under 14 series week 1 is currently under way at the Sri Lanka Tennis Association courts featuring junior talents from neighboring nation India and hosts Sri Lanka. The tournament’s 1st leg is scheduled to...

Anjalika and Anika to take on the WTA Future Stars in Singapore

The 2017 WTA Future Stars tournament has hit a new high, with 48 qualifiers representing 21 countries across the Asia-Pacific, all gathering in Singapore for the championship which will take place from the 17th – 22nd October. Since its inception...

Adithya falls one short

Adithya Karunaratne was knocked out in the 2nd round of the Astoria Women’s Futures WTA Tour 3rd week at the Sri Lanka Tennis Association Courts in Colombo.Adithya Karunaratne through 'wild-card' to the Astoria Women's Futures The third and final week...

Adithya Karunaratne through ‘wild-card’ to the Astoria Women’s Futures

The third and final week of the Astoria Women’s Futures Championship commenced today (16th Monday) at the clay courts of the Sri Lanka Tennis Association. The $15,000 prize money will be up for grabs for one final time for the Sri...

Sri Lankan born Rushri Wijesundera in crushing win for USA

Top seeded Gozal Ainitdinova of Kazakhstan got the better out of Sri Lanka’s Adithya Karunaratne but the Sri Lankan born Rushri Wijesundera impressed once again at the Astoria Womens Futures Week 2 today(12).  Ainitdinova dominated the first set and cruised to a...

Riya Bhatia wins week 01 of Women’s Future Tournament

The singles finals of the first week of the Astoria Women’s Future cup was concluded earlier this evening at the Sri Lanka Tennis Association tennis courts. The French player Josephine Boualem advanced through to the finals of the tournament having...

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