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Australian Open: Sumit Nagal Makes History as First Indian Man in 35 Years to Beat Seeded Player

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India’s top ranking tennis sensation Sumit Nagal creates history to become first Indian man in 35 years to beat a seeded player at Grand Slam. He secured his spot in the second round of the Australian Open after defeating world number 27 Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan in a commanding straight-set victory.

The 26-year-old Nagal, who fought his way into the main draw through the qualifiers, displayed exceptional skill and determination to beat Alexander Bublik with a scoreline of 6- 4, 6-2, 7-6(7-5) in a grueling match that lasted two hours and 38 minutes.

This victory marks Nagal’s debut progression to the second round and a significant milestone in his tennis career.

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