Wimbledon 2018: Yuki Bhambri will lead Indian challenge in men’s singles

Yuki Bhambri is India’s top-ranked single tennis player. So he has to represent and lead India in Wimbledon 2018. India’s top singles tennis player Yuki Bhambri will start his campaign in Wimbledon from the match against the old rival Italy’s Thomas Fabiano.

Six Indian players have been included in the draw for this Major Grass Court Tournament duo. Yuki has played against this player in Italy three times, but every time he is disappointed. The last time both players played against each other in the Nottingham Challenger tournament in 2017.

Yuki said, ‘It will be a tough fight. I hope this time I can change the result. ‘

Doubles Challenge from India:

In doubles, perhaps for the first time six Indian players are getting a chance to play in the Grand Slam. Debutant Vishnu Vardhan and Shriram Balaji will launch their campaign against Wesley Koolhof and Marcus Daniels.

Rohan Bopanna and his French partner Edward Roger – Veselin’s 12th seeded pair will face Alex De Minaur and John Millman.

Purva Raja and Fabris Martin will join the court against Dasan Laajoev and Mirza Basic in the first round.

For the second time, in Wimbledon, the left-handed man, J. Nedunchezhiyan and his American partner Austin Krajicek will clash with Sander Arends and M. Middlekoop in the first round.

Divij Sharan and New Zealand’s couplet Artem Sitak will face Radu Albot and Malek Jaziri.

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