The High Performance Training Camps (HTPC) student Akanksha Nitture crushed Snehal Mane in straight sets 6-2, 6-4 in the last passing round of the ITF Women’s $ 15,000 occasion at Delhi Lawn Tennis Association Complex on Monday.
HTPC is the All India Tennis Association’s (AITA) ‘Get back to Tennis’ program. As the playing openings have started to turn out more consistently, the Indian players are anxious to exploit India’s “Get back to Tennis” guide which included two High Performance Training Camps – one each for both junior young men and junior young ladies.
The worldwide expert circuit made a rebound in India on Monday with two competitions being facilitated by Lucknow (Men’s $15,000) and New Delhi (Women’s $15,000).
The 17-year-old Akanksha, who was one of the students at the as of late finished up HPTC in Delhi, chipped away at her actual molding, had hitting opportunity with the best players, and was given a focused energy of an inbuilt competition during her visit at the camp. This camp arranged the players for the forthcoming International competitions.
In view of her exhibition in the camp, Akanksha has been given a Wild Card in the primary draw of ITF Women’s $25,000 Pune occasion.
“The camp played a crucial part in getting back into the groove after a long Covid-19 pandemic induced break. Not only the tennis sessions but the sports psychology, nutrition, and diet, and tennis equipment experts who were roped in to add to our skills beyond on-court practice, have proven to be a great learning experience. It is beginning to reflect on my game already. I am glad to have earned my spot in the main draw,” said Akanksha post her win.
The camp curriculum and activities which were planned by the public mentor, Zeeshan Ali, were highly valued by all the learners in the criticism structures submitted to AITA. (ANI)
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