Champions Tennis League Kicks Off on November 17 as India to Witness New Genre of the Game

India primarily hosts ITF Futures events and ATP Challengers, that does not even feature a top-100 player. So Champions Tennis League gives Indian fans, a great opportunity to witness some of the top ranked players in bracket of 10-25, in action.

Updated: November 16, 2014 19:21 IST
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A court hearing will keep Leander Paes off the tennis court. He is battling for the custody of his daughter.
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New Delhi: A new brand of tennis will make its debut in the country as international stars along with India's top players will come together to compete in the inaugural Champions Tennis League, where matches will be a one-set affair in an exciting format.

The Vijay Amritraj conceptualised league will kick off with a double-header on November 17.

Delhi Dreams, led by former world No. 1 Jelena Jankovic and South African Kevin Anderson will clash against Punjab Marshalls, who lost David Ferrer but will have charismatic Leander Paes, at the DLTA complex on Monday.

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