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Sagar Kashyap

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Nationality  Indian
Occupation  Tennis player

Name  Sagar Kashyap
Role  Tennis Player
Sagar Kashyap

Sagar kashyap national bravery award 2013


Sagar Kashyap is a former under-18 tennis player from Mysore, Karnataka, India, and the youngest Indian to officiate at the Wimbledon Championship.

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Biography

Kashyap, hailing from Mysore started playing tennis at the age of 12. He is a former under-18 junior ITF player and has played at various national and international tournaments.

Kashyap, a computer engineer from Vidya Vikas Engineering college in Mysore started off as a line umpire in 2005 for Fed cup in New Delhi and had also participated as a line umpire in ITF events in Bangalore. Kashyap then rose to the rank of a supervisor and was a level 1 chair umpire in ITF events which entitled him to officiate up to second round. Sagar attended a workshop in Mumbai and became a white badge umpire. In an interview to a news paper Sagar stated "I was a national level player but turned towards umpiring. I cleared an ITF exam after which I became an International White Badge official. And now, I got a chance to travel to London and officiate in the qualifiers which is a huge boost to my career,". He became the youngest Indian to officiate in Wimbledon Championship in 2011

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