Bangalore Challenger 2018, India
Prize Money: $ 150,000 + (Hard Surface)
All Indian final in the biggest Indian challenger!
Saki is in the final beating Nedo in three sets. A slow start for Saki, as he lost the first set. But from mid of the second set, Saki reduced his unforced errors and raised his game. He was down 1-3 but he fought back to break Nedo twice for winning the set. In the third set, Saki was double break up at 5-0, but while serving for the match at 5-1 he lost his serve. In the 9th game, Saki missed 3 match points, at 40-15 he committed 2 double faults in a row. But he managed to break Nedo in the 10th game as Nedo made unforced errors to help Saki to convert 5th match point.
Prajnesh scored a comfortable win over the Canadian Brayden Schnur. After winning the first set with a single break advantage Prajnesh dominated the match.
(WC) Saketh Myneni (IND,315) beat Aleksandr Nedovyesov (KAZ,211) 4-6, 6-4, 6-4
(4) Prajnesh Gunneswaran (IND,141) beat Brayden Schnur (CAN,233) 6-4, 6-1
(4) Prajnesh Gunneswaran (IND,141) vs (WC) Saketh Myneni (IND,315)
Purav and Sancic lost the final against the Aussie pairing of Purcell and Saville.
(2) Purav Raja (IND)/ Antonio Sancic (CRO) lost to Max Purcell (AUS)/ Luke Saville (AUS) 6-7(3), 3-6
$125K Taipei OEC Open 2018, Taipei City, Chinese Taipei
In Chinese Taipei, Ankita and Karman scored an excellent comeback win over the local pair after losing the first set. Next, they are facing the 3rd seeds Doi and Kvinic. They are 2 matches away from winning another ITF title.
Ankita Raina (IND)/ Karman Kaur Thandi (IND) beat (WC) Ya-Hseun Lee (TPE)/ En Liang (TPE) 4-6, 6-4, 10-8
Ankita Raina (IND)/ Karman Kaur Thandi (IND) vs (3) Misaki Doi (JPN)/ Danka Kovinic (MNE)