One of India's most successful tennis players, Bhupathi's name is now synonymous with the sport of tennis in the subcontinent. He is the first Indian to win a Grand Slam title – 1997 French Open Mixed Doubles. He has won a total of 11 Grand Slams and 50 ATP titles in his career. Recipient of the prestigious Padma Shri award.
Dipika has the rare distinction of being the first Indian Squash player to be ranked no.1 in the European and Asian Squash Ranking (U-15's). Since the age of 11, Dipika has won several titles, both nationally and internationally. Dipika Pallikal combines killer looks with an equally lethal game, this young lady is grooming herself to become the best squash player the country has ever produced.
Leading Indian medal winning with 2 Gold and 1 Bronze medal at the Asian Games 2010. Potentially the only Indian in the Men's Singles draw at every Grand Slam. He achieved a rank of 62 in July 2011, a feat not accomplished by an Indian player in 13 years
Seven time IBSF World Snooker & Billiards champion. Only cueist to have won five Asian Snooker and Billiards championships. Two time Gold medal winner at the Asian Games. Only person to have won all 5 Billiards tournaments in a season, a feat he achieved by winning: The Junior National Championship, Senior National Championship, Asian Billiards Championship, World Billiards Championship (point format), World Billiards Championship (time format). Recipient of the Padma Shri, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award and the Arjuna award.
Ranked as high as no.4 in the ITF Junior Rankings, Sanam Singh has had a illustrious juniors career that involved a quarterfinal appearance at the Junior Wimbledon and Australian Open, a singles title in the ITF B1 Grade Asia-Oceania Junior Tennis Tournament in Bangkok, the singles title at the Asian Junior Championship in Seoul. He is now stepping up on the big stage after turning pro in 2011. He has won 4 ITF Future titles and a gold medal at the 2010 Asian Games.