Mahesh Bhupathi is a retired Indian Tennis Player that had been among the very sturdy doubles players at the history of tennis. He achieved success in the two men's doubles and mixed doubles. Mahesh became the first Indian tennis player who won the Grand Slam title in the mixed doubles event at French Open in 1997 with Rika Hiraki. Back in 1999, Mahesh forged an extraordinary partnership in doubles with Leander Paes, they won several Grand Slams together, including the Wimbledon Championship. Mahesh became a member of the elite group of eight tennis players that achieved a career Grand Slam in mixed doubles following his triumph in the Australian Open mixed doubles in 2006. Mahesh is also the creator of International Premier Tennis League and became the non-playing leader of Indian Davis Cup team in December 2016.
Mahesh began playing tennis at a very young age. He was encouraged a good deal by his father, who also coached him for tennis. He had a profound two-year livelihood in the University of Mississippi, made singles and doubles All-America honours in the year of 1995, and he began his professional Tennis career on such year. The same yearhe was also chosen for the Indian Davis Cup team from 1995 to 2011.
Mahesh started a huge doubles venture with Leander Paes in 1994. The duo captured 6 ATP doubles titles each year from 1997 and 1998out of the eight tournament finals they reached during the years. Again they teamed-up for Grand Slam event in 1999, Roku error code 003 005 and performed won and fantastic the French Open and Wimbledon but sadly they lost in U.S. and Australian Open. The duo ascends to No.1 at ATP doubles rank that year. Following 1999, Mahesh and Leander had any personal issues which shortly led to the dissolution of the partnership. In 2001, the duo again played in French Open, and they won for the second time in that occasion.
Every year old 2002-04, Mahesh won five championships names in ATP tour, and won the U.S. Open Championship with Belarus's Max Mirnyi in 2002. His profession in mixed doubles Grand Slam was even more successful, where he won 5 mixed doubles names in Grand Slam between 1999-2006 together with five distinct team mates such as Mary Pierce, Martina Hingis, and Daniela Hantuchová. Throughout this period of time, Mahesh won three additional Gland Slam Championships, such as 1997 French Open title.