Sumit Nagal: Key Attraction At Bengaluru Open 2024

Sumit Nagal leading the charge in singles

Australian Spark for Sumit

The upset win over Bublik at the 2024 Australian Open became a turning point in Sumit Nagal’s sporting career.

India’s top singles player Sumit Nagal

Earned a direct entry by virtue of his 137th rank. The cut-off for the Bengaluru Open was 257.

At the Australian Open last month, Nagal had knocked out world number 27 Alexander Bublik in the first round of the main draw.

Climbing the rankings ladder: India's No. 1 player - Sumit

Ramkumar Ramanathan

Ramkumar Ramanathan, N Sriram Balaji, Saketh Myneni, and Niki Poonacha, will headline the doubles

Saketh Myneni: 10 ITF and 2 ATP Challenger singles titles

Conferred with Arjuna Award in 2017 Represents India in the Davis Cup. 18 ITF and 14 ATP Challenger doubles titles.

N Sriram Balaji:  9 ITF singles titles

currently a member of the Indian Davis Cup team