Bringing 'Tennis Glory' to India

'Vishwajeet Sangle'

December, 2018
The Master Responds

- In conversation with Gitanjali Mangal

With a name like 'World-Conqueror', little wonder that Vishwajeet has been winning hearts all over by playing Tennis from the young age of 9. He is an Athlete, Scout guide, Tabla player and a Yoga Visharadh.

An amateur who began playing under his coach in a small place in Satara district, Maharashtra, to gaining a position of professional athlete, Vishwajeet has come a long way with sheer hard work and dedication.

Presently, at the age of 21, he holds 9 titles in Tennis, 2 of which are International.

Despite physical injuries of the ankle and spine, his love for the sport has only increased.

His journey of Tennis was initiated by his mother who wanted him to break the normal routines and do something extraordinary. Having full support from his family, they shared the same dream of Vishwajeet becoming an elite Tennis player.

Novak Djokovic is his favorite tennis champ and his inspiration, not just for the sport, but also for his humbleness, dedication and focus.


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