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ITF must understand Indian players can’t play in Pakistan at present: Hironmoy Chatterjee – Times of India

Times of India – NEW DELHI: All India Tennis Association (AITA) Secretary Hironmoy Chatterjee on Tuesday said that they have sought time for a conversation with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) in order to request them to change the venue of the upcoming Davis Cup tie from Islamabad as the international body isn’t understanding the ground reality.

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  • NEW DELHI: All India Tennis Association (AITA) Secretary Hironmoy Chatterjee on Tuesday said that they have sought time for a conversation with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) in order to request them to change the venue of the upcoming Davis Cup tie from Islamabad as the international body isn’t understanding the ground reality.
  • “We wrote a letter to the ITF seeking a review of the security situation in Islamabad.
  • In that, we have also sought time to have a telephonic conversation within this week so that we can make them understand the ground situation prevailing at present between India and Pakistan,” Chatterjee said.
  • “The ITF does not understand the ground situation which is currently prevailing after the August 5 development.
  • We will wait for their reply and then take an action accordingly,” he added.


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