He’s 7 and with those natural precision shots and flat service even his coach admits that this kid has got in-born talent. Recently he participated into his first tournament held at ITC, Indore under age 10 category and reached pre-quarter finals. He was the youngest player at the tournament, a tad Gwalior native, Prajwal Tiwary. He started playing tennis at the age of 5 with his brother Pranjal, who is ranked 2 in MP. Currently pursuing his class 2, he regularly practices at GCTA Gwalior (Gwalior Chambal Tennis Association) with the support from his mom, who was an erstwhile professional tennis player.
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