Chandni Srinivasan opens new paths, becomes the number 1 of India in the U-14 category

HYDERABAD: teenager Chandni Srinivasan Swear by the three P's to achieve success in life. The young man believes that persistence, perspiration and patience are the necessary ingredients to open new paths in life and sports.

The mentality has helped the city on the rise. tennis star to achieve an important milestone in his nascent career. Chandni, according to the latest AITA Rankings , became the number 1 player in the country in the U-14 category.

Chandni, who is guided and trained by her father, had been talked about the importance of discipline and aggressive play from an early age. Starting the game at the age of seven, Chandni has been a great student of the game and a quick learner.

However, all the hard work done began to show results in early 2018. In the U-12 nationals of that year, he lost the final, but his strong show was recognized and rewarded. He was selected as part of the Indian team to play in the U-12 Asian Championship in Kazakhstan.

The tournament provided a great learning lesson for the young man. He realized that his Asian counterparts were faster and fitter. Therefore, he began working on these aspects to improve his fitness levels.

Chandni continued with his winning forms and the AITA He sent her to a training period in Thailand. He made a world of good for the young man who then began to win.

In the latter part of 2019, Chandni focused more on tournaments and won 6 U-14 Super Series titles. This helped her reach the Top 3 in the country.

Also this year Chandni showed no relief in his intensity and hunger for titles. The U-14 Super Series title was pocketed in the Academia de tennis Sania Mirza here in January and I followed him with another one at the South Club in Kolkata.

Riding on these successes, Chandni got selected to represent India in the U-14 category in World Junior Championship in Gold Coast. The latest AITA ranking will give Chandni, who has set her eyes on becoming a doctor and serving the needy and poor, the much needed motivation to do well Down Under.

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