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Vishnu breaks the Natls jinx - The School Of Power Tennis - Timesofindia

Saketh Myneni 'keen to improve world ranking' the gold medallist in the mixed doubles tennis event partnering Sania Mirza in the recent Incheon Asian Games - The Hindu

Saketh Myneni of TSPT has been selected to represent India in Davis Cup. The team will take on Chinese Taipei Jan. 30 - Feb. 2, 2014, at the ITC Tennis Stadium in Indore, India.

Vishnuvardhan clinches the men's title at the National Grass court tennis championship 2014 in Kolkata.

Bhuvana Kalva wins the double women's title with Rushmi Chakravarthy at the National Grass Court Tennis Championship 2014 in Kolkata.

Saketh Mineni of Power tennis is in the semi finals of Assel Chennai Open -2013 Mens double

Ruthvik wins the Casely International Tennis Championship U/12 Boys, Nov 28,29 -2013 in Sarasota/Bradenton, Florida

A.S. Suresh Krishna Winner of the National grass-court tennis tournament 2011.

Vishnu Vardhan and Sania Mirza had to be content with a silver in mixed doubles at the 16th Asian Games.

P.C.Vignesh played to be the runner up in the singles event at the National Grass Court Tennis Championship( Kolkata)-2009

Mr.C.V.Nagraj chief coach was honored and awarded the Farkunda Ali Khan Award by APLTA for his contributions towards Indian Tennis.

Vishnu Vardhan was given a token of appreciation by APLTA for his outstanding performances in recent time.

J.Vishnu Vardhan - winner of USD 15,000 ITF mens's Futures F6 ( Singles and Doubles)- july 2009.

Susheel Narla
Former Davis Cup Player.

I would like to thank my coach Mr. CV Nagraj for his unconditional help, support and most importantly teaching me his unyielding work ethic. My upbringing and the start of my tennis career, was thru modest means, supportive and demanding father and a coach whose work ethic and attitude towards life and the sport of tennis was always clear and distinct than the other tennis teaching professionals. He has always been less of a talker and more of a hand on, micro managerial tennis coach- which in my opinion had a direct impact on my tennis achievements.

Six am for work outs, or drilling in the Hyderabad sun at one pm, was something unheard of for the tennis coaches, these events were a normal procedure in our training regime. As an athlete I never considered myself to be physically gifted or too talented, but when I look back at my record of winnings, the rankings and selection for the Davis Cup; it was not by chance, but by calculated training, conditioning and a coach who never took “NO” for an answer.

I have come across several tennis professionals, in the course of my career and otherwise- my opinion will always state that “Mr. CV Nagraj has been the hardest working, selfless, and sincere human being and a tennis coach”.
It is my privilege and an honor to be able to speak my mind and testify on behalf of a special person who saw potential in me and spending all the countless hours for the sake of my future.

Wishing you the very best and successful future in the development of the future tennis players.

Anjan Viplav 
  Winner of the All India Inter University Championship, Gwalior-2002;
   Bronze Medalist National Games, Hyderabad-2001

I find the school of power tennis one of the best coaching centres in India. It has produced many national and international players in the past two decades. It helped me become one of the fastest servers in the country and also win numerous titles including the prestigious all India university tennis championship in 2002.

Geetha Manohar
gold medalist-National games at hyd,  . 
Reached top 5 in women’s singles in AITA  ranking 2004
2008  won the grass court  nationals at kolkatta

The school of power tennis has always been a second home. Under the support and guidance of Nagraj sir, I have not only become a good tennis player but also a better person. His training has made me more disciplined and systematic. He thought me to view life in different perspectives. Nagraj sir is the only coach one can find on the tennis courts from 5 in the morning till 9 in the night. His dedication, interest and involvement have always motivated me to work harder and achieve something big. He has thought me so much, not only about tennis but also about life.

Sir, thank you very much for all that you have done for me.