Already successful as a junior – Sumit Nagal
Sumit joined the TU in 2014 as a junior player, and already the following year he achieved some of his biggest victories, winning the Grade 1 tournament of Offenbach, and winning the Wimbledon Junior Doubles Championships.
In 2015 he won three ITF Future titles, and in 2016 he won two 25k tournaments.
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