Unifying the Nation’s Tennis: Fenesta Open – The Singular National Championship Embracing Men and Women Categories
Get ready to witness the nation’s most promising tennis stars in electrifying action at the 28th Open National Championship, set to unfold at the prestigious DLTA Complex from October 2 to 14. With skill and determination, these athletes are poised to deliver an unforgettable display of tennis prowess on the courts of New Delhi.
India’s grandest domestic tennis spectacle, the Fenesta Open National Tennis Championship, is all set to host intense competition across various categories. From the seasoned athletes in the men’s and women’s sections to the budding talent in the U-18, U-16, and U-14 categories for both boys and girls, this championship promises to showcase the diverse and dynamic future of Indian tennis talent.
The journey to tennis glory begins with the qualifying rounds, scheduled for September 30 and October 1, paving the way for the thrilling main draw action from October 2 to 7. This opening week of the championship, organized in partnership with the AITA (All India Tennis Association) and DLTA (Delhi Lawn Tennis Association), will witness intense clashes in the men’s and women’s singles, as well as the U-18 boys’ and U-18 girls’ singles and doubles categories. Brace yourself for an exhilarating week of tennis excellence.
As the nation’s sole comprehensive national championship, this tournament not only celebrates the spirit of tennis but also rewards excellence with a total prize purse of Rs 21.5 lakh. Additionally, junior participants can look forward to a kit allowance to support their burgeoning careers.
Ajay S Shriram, Chairman & Sr MD of DCM Shriram Ltd, the dedicated organizer of this grand event, shared his optimism, stating, ‘Over the years, we have witnessed many players carving out successful careers through this tournament. In the last edition, we welcomed over 1000 participants. We hope that this year’s competitors will seize this golden opportunity to exhibit their exceptional talent.’
Indeed, the tournament’s storied history includes the participation of India’s tennis luminaries, with names like Rohan Bopanna, Somdev Devvarman, Yuki Bhambri, Sania Mirza, and Rutuja Bhosale gracing its courts in years past, underlining the championship’s pivotal role in nurturing and showcasing India’s tennis stars.
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