Sumit Nagal dedicates his title to his health coach
Indian tennis star Sumit Nagal has devoted his current title win at Tampere Open to Milos Galecic, his health coach. India’s top-ranked in males’s singles, Sumit Nagal, created historical past on Sunday (July 23) by successful the Tampere Open in Finland. Sumit Nagal defeated Dalibor Svrcina in straight units, 6-4, 7-5, to raise the trophy, successful the fourth Challenger title of his profession.
The Indian star took to his social media handles to dedicate the title to his health coach. He wrote that this title is “as a lot his as it’s mine” and went on so as to add that Galecic has been an integral a part of his improvement over time. He concluded by saying that he would work exhausting to make his coaches, relations, and buddies proud.
Milos Galecic has been the health coach for the rising star of India for years now. Earlier, he was the coach ofas effectively. Galecic can also be part of Devvarman’s Nensel Tennis Academy, which works intently with Nagal, Thandi, and Adil Kalyanpur.
Sumit Nagal is the primary Indian to win a title in Finland in 56 years
Sumit Nagal created a sequence of information when he clinched the Tampere Open title in Finland. He grew to become the first-ever Indian to win two ATP Challenger Singles titles in Europe. Indian legends like Somdev Devvarman,, and Mankad have received one ATP Challenger title every in Europe.
After clinching the title, Nagal breached the 175-mark within the Dwell ATP Rankings. He was out of 200 earlier than the beginning of the Open. Nagal can also be simply the second Indian to win a title in Finland. Former Indian star Jaideep Mukherjee was the primary Indian to win a title in Finland, defeating Allen Fox of the USA to win the Finland Championships in 1966.
Notably, that is Nagal’s fourth ATP Challenger trophy and the second title this 12 months. Nagal’s final three ATP Challenger Trophy titles have come on clay surfaces. Earlier, in April, he defeated Jesper de Jong of the Netherlands to raise the ATP Rome Challenger Title.