Why can't AITA concede our legitimate demands: Yuki

Bhambri is hopeful that the issue would be sorted out to everyone's satisfaction at AITA's executive committee meeting on Sunday.

updated: February 01, 2013 22:24 IST
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New Delhi: Yuki Bhambri, one of the rebel tennis players, on Friday said if the All India Tennis Association (AITA) accepts all their demands in writing then they are willing to play for the country.

Eleven players, led by Somdev Devvarman, pulled out of the ongoing Davis Cup tie against South Korea raising a charter of demands that include change of captain, coach and doctor besides a bigger share of appearance money.

"We are ready to play if it (AITA) gives us in writing that it will accept all our demands. The (rebel) players have been in touch with each other and we have not received anything in writing from AITA on our demands," said Bhambri here at the R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium where he had come to witness the India-Korea tie.

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