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AITA questions New Zealand coach’s conduct

The All India Tennis Association (AITA), in a communication to Hindustan Times, on Monday said that the conduct of New Zealand coach Ranjit Shinde, who complained about the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association (DLTA) facilities throughout the Junior Davis Cup last week, was questionable.

football Updated: Apr 25, 2011 23:51 IST
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The All India Tennis Association (AITA), in a communication to Hindustan Times, on Monday said that
the conduct of New Zealand coach Ranjit Shinde, who complained about the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association (DLTA) facilities throughout the Junior Davis Cup last week, was questionable.

“The tournament referee, tournament director and the ITF representative were very unhappy with New Zealand captain Ranjit Shinde’s conduct throughout the Junior Davis Cup.

“They have jointly reported the matter to the ITF last week,” said Col Ranbir Chauhan, AITA’s development officer.
“The international body has also gotten back to New Zealand Tennis Federation regarding this issue,” he added.
The AITA was reacting to Shinde’s comments on poor accommodation that was provided.

“We have now refurbished the rooms and the facilities are at par with venues abroad that conduct tournaments of this level,” Chauhan said.