Prajnesh Gunneswaran (* November in Chennai) ist ein indischer Tennisspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 Erfolge. Einzel. Turniersiege. Tennis: Prajnesh Gunneswaran Live Ergebnisse, Ergebnisse, Auslosungen, Matchzusammenfassungen mit mit Match History Punt für Punkt, Wettvergleichen. Prajnesh Gunneswaran. Land, Indien. Alter, 30 Jahre / cm / 80 kg. Vorhand, Linkshänder (beidhändig). Profi seit, Geburtsort/Wohnsitz, Chennai.
Tennis: Prajnesh Gunneswaran Live Ergebnisse, Spielpläne, ErgebnissePrajnesh Gunneswaran Registerkarte zeigt die letzten Tennis Begegnungen mit Statistiken und Sieg/Niederlagen Symbolen an. Außerdem sind dort alle von. Prajnesh Gunneswaran (Indien) - ATP Platz - alle Spielstatistiken, Weltranglisten-Platzierung und persönlichen Informationen aus dem Jahr - Tennis. Prajnesh Gunneswaran. atp. Ranking Land: Indien; Geburtsdatum: ; Körpergröße: cm; Körpergewicht: 80kg; Schlaghand: Links.
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Excerpts — Q […]. Ramkumar Ramanathan won four back-to-back UTR tournaments taking place at the Sanchez Casal Academy in Florida, USA Here are a few photos from his title run last week.
It's the opposite of how I normally play. I managed to stay competitive he came through the qualifiers to make the main draw as a lucky loser because I managed to serve and hit my backhands well but it wasn't the same without my best shot," he says.
What made things harder was that, playing at the Tour level, there weren't ever going to be any easy games.
But I was playing guys who were in the top You have to be near perfect when you are playing against them," he recalls.
But that's difficult to do against a high quality opponent when you don't have a backup shot. As he limped to a record over all matches, the cessation of the international matches owing to the COVID pandemic came as a bit of a relief.
By the time the lockdown ended, my physical conditioning had suffered, but after more than a year, I was finally able to hit a high spin forehand pain-free.
This isn't to say that things worked out perfectly for him. Gunneswaran's lack of physical conditioning meant that he didn't hit the ground running on his return to the circuit.
Gunneswaran admits that had he just focused on his recovery last year instead of pushing himself, he might have been better placed.
By the time he returned, in October, Gunneswaran's ranking had slipped down to -- his worst in two years -- making it nearly impossible for him to get a qualifying spot in any ATP tour event.
As such, his priority on his return was simply to get enough match practice under his belt. He achieved this feat at the Jakarta Asian Games by winning the bronze medal.
The year was all the more special for him as he became the highest ranked singles tennis player. Considering the fact that he started the year with a ranking and ended with , this achievement is extremely spectacular.
A post shared by Prajnesh Gunneswaran prajnesh on Jan 13, at am PST. In , Prajnesh debuted in the main draw at the Australian Open.
Unfortunately, he lost in the first round. In February, he entered the top rankings by becoming number 94th. In , Prajnesh came very close to quitting a career in tennis.
It was perhaps, the lowest point of his career. Prajnesh was injured due to over training and muscle imbalance. He took advice from his German coaches.
He also tried his hand at new training methods. However, nothing worked. Through this difficult time, his coach Christian Bosse was his firm support.
I have known him since I was 15, from my time at the High-Performance Centre in Bengaluru. I asked him to design a programme for me.
I think the entire credit should go to him. I just executed whatever he asked me to do. You win some, you learn some!
A post shared by Prajnesh Gunneswaran prajnesh on Aug 1, at pm PDT. His dad encouraged him to give tennis another try. That push made all the difference in the world and Prajnesh found his feet.
By , Prajnesh had gained back his original form. He played the entire season in It was a big personal achievement for him. However, his energy levels were down and Prajnesh realised how much more work he needed to put in the game.
His win at the Challenger in was a big milestone as Prajnesh finally found his groove then. It looks like I could potentially push for more. Namespaces Article Talk.
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