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Summer Camp 2014

// March 26th, 2014 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

Summer Camp at TAMS start from April 2nd and goes on till May 31st and the second Summer camp for International school kids start from June 1st and goes on till August 15th

For more details click on the below link


Kudos for working hard…

// October 5th, 2013 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

The current nationals at MSS, Bangalore has Top seed Arjun Sriram, second seed Sandesh Kantimahanti and the third seed Madhavan Manoj, all from Tams. First time for this batch which is experiencing such a seeding where the top 3 are mates.. Just want to applaud these fellas for working really hard the last couple of years to reach such a billing…

Dussehra Tennis Camp

// September 30th, 2013 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

The Dussehra camp starts from 1st October 2013 and goes on till 20th October.. Timings :: 8 to 10 am and 4.30 to 6.30 pm. One on ones will be on additional hours.. Kindly enrol at the earliest..

Arjun Sriram Wins The Under 12 Nationals title..

// September 23rd, 2013 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

It was a fantastic week for the Tams Boys and the cherry on the the cake was Arjun winning the Under 12 Title.. And ending up as Runners up in the Under 14 doubles along with Sandesh

There was lil bit of a heart burn at the start of the week with Arjun(top Seed) & Sandesh(Third Seed) on having to play their 1st rounds with the tams students Adarsh and Rishikesh respectively.. They marched on from two keenly contested matches..

Madhvan(Eighth Seed) Moved up effortlessly till he met Ananth RamKumar((fourth Seed). It was a big match but Madhavan wrapped up in 2 sets to set up a semifinals clash with his buddy and mate Arjun…

There was Mixed fortune for Sandesh. He had to play Kavan Kumar in both Under 12 and Under 14 Quarters.. He beat kavan in a closely contested Under 14 match in the morning but lost a close under 12 encounter in the eve. His Win in under 12 would have seen 3 semifinalist out of 4 from Tams. All at Tams were eager for such an event..

Semifinals :: Madhavan’s poor rhythm for the morning saw him losing the first set but he pulled up his game to give a tough fight to Arjun. The set was filled with amazing rallies(of which one point saw 110 shots being exchanged) & recoveries from Madhavan but Arjun wrapped it up with some fine winners which gave him the passage to the finals… to meet Kavan

Finals :: Arjun had the upper hand on paper with a 3-0 win record with Kavan. But this was a final, we at Tams knew that only time will tell the outcome not the past record.

Kavan took the first set with ease breaking Arjun twice. Arjun just couldnt get into his game. Soon he was facing Kavan’s match point at 3-5 (30-40). He saved the first one and then the next in the same game before he went on to win the game and the next to make it 5-5. Arjun lost his next service game but broke kavan back to go into the tie breaker where he was down 4-5. Arjun took the next 3 points to win the tie breaker 7-5 and the set to make it one set all. The final set was decided by a super tie breaker(Race to 10 points with a difference of 2 points)

Super Tie Breaker :: Arjun was down 2-3 in the Super Tie Breaker but soon won the next 7 points in a row to lead 9-3, he was just a point away from his First nationals title.. Everybody from his side waited with bated breath for the one point to happen but what followed was a nerve wreaking 6 points.. Kavan with some brilliant show of nerves took one point after another to see himself at 9-9. Kavan saved 6 match points, Arjun’s patience and confidence wore thin when they came for side change. Arjun composed himself and walked into the court to see himself earn the next point & the 7th match point. Kavan again came back with a brilliant rally to make it 10 all. Match was getting too intense for all supporters and the players.. Arjun with some awesome stroke play got another point, so did Kavan to make it 11 all. Both were fighting endlessly to win the war of rallies which ensued for the next match point which Arjun won eventually. The 24th point of the super tie breaker was nail biting with both the players staying back and rallying it out, there were a few close shaves with the lines and the net, in a brilliant display of courage and stroke making Arjun put a drop which Kavan missed to give Arjun the point, tie breaker and the match.

Emotions ran high for all…

Overall it was a great week with Arjun Partnering Sandesh went to the finals of the Under 14 doubles which they eventually lost to the Top seeds and a much older pair.



The Karnataka Tennis Team Was the Finalist

// June 3rd, 2013 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

Thanks all.. Good wishes did us some good coz Karnataka was the only team which didnt have an Indian top 10 girl in the squad for the highest ranked in the team was N0.20 in India yet they did brilliantly to secure the 2nd spot. kudos to them for perfectly executing the strategies put down in team meetings… Cheers….

Tennis Summer program

// March 28th, 2013 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

Tams will conduct a Tennis camp for kids aged 4 -18 & for those who play National & International level starting from April 1st till Aug 15th at their centres all over Bangalore. Contact 98867-12075 / 98863-11077


Click here to go to TAMS  Tennis Summer Camp page (more…)

Tams Aita National Ranking Tournament

// December 24th, 2012 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

We are happy to announce our year end national ranking tournament which starts on 29th Dec 2012. Qualifying starts on 29th dec and the sign is on 28th dec between 12 to 2 pm. Main draw match starts from 31st dec and goes on till 4th jan 2013. Sign in for the same will happen on 30th dec between 12 to 2 pm. We from Tams welcome all to participate and have fun in the process… Cheers..


Click here to go the tournament info page