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Ankita Raina

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Ankita Raina is a professional Indian tennis player. In the 2016 South Asian Games, she won gold medals in the womens singles and mixed doubles events. In April 2018, she became the fifth Indian tennis player who represented India while entering the top 200 singles ranking for the first time. While playing tennis at the ITF Circuit (International Tennis Federation circuit), she won 11 singles and 18 doubles titles. In 2021, Raina was selected to represent India in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics that were earlier postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ankita won the gold medal in 2016 in singles in South Asian games.At the 2018 Asian Games, Ankita Raina won a bronze medal in womens singles. After winning this event, she became only the second Indian woman to represent India and win a WTA-level title in singles after Sania Mirza. In the same series, she won one WTA (Womens Tennis Association) title and one WTA 125k title, both in doubles. Ankita Raina while winning the WTA 125k title in doubles.In 2007, the Under-14 Asian Tennis Series presented Ankita with a big turning point in her career. Under the guidelines of the continental tournament announced in the 2007 series, she played certain tournaments in India and the rest of the international tournaments within Asia.After winning the Under-14 Asian Tennis Series, Ankita got selected among the top eight tennis players in Asia and was invited to play at Melbourne Park, the venue of the Australian Open. In the Australian Open, she played the tennis finals and defeated a South Korean girl, and due to this victory, Ankita earned the number two position in Asia.According to Ankita, after winning the Australian Open in 2007, no one accompanied her when she participated in several other tournaments held outside India. Her father accompanied her to Jordan and Syria, her initial International tournaments. Thereafter, at the age of 13, Ankita went alone to Sri Lanka, where she participated in a tournament. In an interview, Ankitas mother said, We thought Sri Lanka will be a safe option to start. We were initially very worried, her kit back was huge and heavy but she managed it all on her own..In 2009, Ankita Raina played her first professional tennis match at a local ITF tournament in Mumbai. With the limited victories, she continued to play the local ITF events in 2010.In 2011, Ankita won the US Open championship by defeating her opponent and World No. 4 tennis player, Samantha Stosur. On winning this event, Anika said in an interview, I started crying. I had a flashback of everything that I had gone through all these years. On the third match point that I won, I just told myself believe, it is now or never, and grab the opportunity..In 2011, Ankita won three ITF circuit finals in doubles seasons with a renowned Indian tennis player, Aishwarya Agrawal. In New Delhi, Ankita won her first singles in 2012. Around the same year, she won three more in doubles. Later, for a few years, Ankita gave mediocre performances on the ITF Circuit.In 2017, in the Mumbai Open, Raina won two quarterfinal matches of her career, which proved a breakthrough in her tennis career. After this win, she attained the 181st world ranking in April 2018 on winning a $25k title. This world ranking brought Ankita into the elite group of Indian women tennis players including Nirupama Sanjeev, Sania Mirza, Shikha Uberoi, and Sunitha Rao.In August 2018, in the Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Ankita won the bronze medal in a singles event. At these Asian games, Ankita Raina and Sania Mirza were the only players who represented India in tennis and won singles. At the end of this year, in the 2018 OEC Taipei WTA Challenger, Ankita won the doubles title with another Indian tennis player named Karman Kaur Thandi. Ankita while receiving a 2 lakh rupees cheque after winning bronze in the 2018 Olympics.

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