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Anirudh, Surya get top billing

KOCHI: Kerala's Anirudh Jaindhan and Tamil Nadu's V. Surya Narayani have been given the top billing in the under-14 boys' and girls' singles categories in the Malabar Cements-RSC AITA all-India ranking tennis tournament which begins here on Monday.

Tamil Nadu's M. Rehan Kumar and Surya Narayani are the top seeds in the under-12 section.

The seedings (top four):

Boys: Under-14: 1. Anirudh Jaindhan (Ker), 2. M. Rehan Kumar (TN), 3. Elan Elangovan (TN), 4. Sacchitt Sharma (Del).

Under-12: 1. M. Rehan Kumar (TN), 2. Sacchitt Sharma (Del), 3. Arnav Patodia (Ker), 4. Goutham Akash (AP).

Girls: Under-14: 1. V. Surya Narayani (TN), 2. Manasi Reddy (AP), 3. V.S. Suma Priyanka (TN), 4. T. Shryashree (TN).

Under-12: 1. V. Surya Narayani (TN), 2. Mihika Yadav (Mah), 3. T. Shryashree (Chenna), 4. Manasi Reddy (AP) . — Special Correspondent

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