Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA)

BENGALURU: The Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association has reportedly decided to postpone the Bengaluru Open, an ATP challenger event, originally scheduled for February next year. 

The KSLTA will be contacting the ATP "soon" to seek a slot for the tournament in the second half of the season, New Indian Express reports.

"We want to push it (Bengaluru Open) to the second half of the year," KSLTA joint-secretary Sunil Yajaman told the daily on Wednesday.

Aug 14, 2017 13:08
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