That Rohan Bopanna is 30 is anything but a deterrent. The player from Coorg is finally enjoying his tennis and getting the results that are expected from him, says Bikash Mohapatra.
At an age when most players contemplate retirement, he is looking forward to what could potentially be the best year of his career.
Having made it to six finals on the ATP tour in 2010 — including a first in majors at the US Open — he’s hungry for more. And the fact that he could manage to win only one of those six finals provides the necessary motivation.
Rohan Bopanna is just starting.
That he is 30 is anything but a deterrent. The player from Coorg is finally enjoying his tennis and getting the results that are expected from him.
2010 was a breakthrough year for him in more ways than one. For once, he finally got his priorities right.
Doubles was always his calling, and Bopanna, having finally realised that, was last year more focused than ever in the format. The result was a string of impressive performances that helped improve his ranking considerably. And ensured he gets to play all the four majors this year.
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