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In the middle of this week, Indian tennis player Shri Sushant Kaul played the first of three grand slams at the Indian Open.
He made a huge difference to his team’s chances of victory over the world number two seed, John Isner, who is known for his aggressive and unorthodox style.
After three sets, Kaul came to the court, and, with the help of his assistant coach, he asked the court to be quiet for a few seconds.
When the silence returned, Kazul Shah took over.
“Shazila said, ‘I’ll get you another cup of coffee,'” Kaul said, describing the moment he knew he was in for a long day.
Kaul was not only a winner, he was also a very good friend.
They had played on the same team for five years, in a tournament that Kaul has won twice.
The two men grew up together in Bangalore, where he started playing tennis as a kid.
His parents divorced when he was about eight years old.
“He was a shy kid, so I used to play with him on the tennis court,” said Shri Saroj Prasad, Koolada’s father.
“When I was playing, I always thought I was not good enough for him.
But I grew up playing with him and I learnt a lot from him.”
In 2006, when he became the youngest player to win a major title, Kooka was just 17 years old, a fact that his father, Saroj, never forgot.
“I was a very shy kid and I was always playing with shy kids,” Kookas father said.
“But when I was younger, I played with the best.
He was one of the best tennis players of his generation.”
For the past five years Kookashas team has been ranked among the best in the world.
Kookatas captain, Satyajit Das, told me that his son’s ability to learn from the best players in the game is something he looks forward to.
“There are no two ways about it, he has a great understanding of tennis and a great capacity to understand the game and his ability to communicate well with others,” Das said.
Koona played in two tournaments with his father and, like the rest of the team, he is in the spotlight now.
The tournament in Bangalore last week was his fourth of the year.
The final is scheduled for next week.
“This tournament was very important for him,” said Das.
“We had to be very prepared and we had to win.
And we did it.
It is an amazing feeling.”
The team has a history in the Indian Premier League, and Kookah was the youngest ever player to qualify for the tournament.
His father has a long history of success, having reached the final in 2003 and winning the tournament five times.
It was also his second trip to the final, having won the championship in 2012.
“The Indian Premier league is the biggest thing in the tennis world.
And it is a very hard league, but it is also very competitive,” said Koonah.
“That’s why I want to do well.”
Kookazam and Koonashas father are not the only ones who have a strong bond with their son.
His younger brother, Visser, also works with him as a coach and helps him get through the tough times of his life.
“It is a hard league.
It’s a tough league,” said Vissar.
“You need a lot of support and a lot love.
It would be good if my son gets the support from me.
I will also do my best.”
The tournament is a chance for Kookapras son to show off his talents.
“They have to play against a top player.
They have to show what they can do,” said Saroj.
“My son is very bright and he can do so much.
If he keeps up this level, he will be a great tennis player.
He will become the best player in the future.”
Koolad is also looking forward to this tournament.
“Playing here in Bangalore is a good opportunity for me to show how good I am.
I am playing against the best,” Koolam said.