an Online Tennis Store lunched by Olympian Tennis player Vishnu Vardhan and his partner

Tennishub.inIndian tennis prodigy and Olympian Vishnu Vardhan along with his friend, a tennis lover & an entrepreneur Afroze Khan have launched an Online tennis store that exclusively sells tennis equipment. It was born out of their passion of giving back to the tennis community and catering to the tennis enthusiasts in India.

“At our commitment is to help tennis players from India find the perfect tennis products for their level and style of play at affordable prices. We also help players in various aspects, to learn or improve their game through our Tennis Talk forum” says Vishnu, “We carry immense passion for tennis and love what we do and strive to fill the gaps in the market which is currently unorganized” says Afroze.

Their website also has a community forum which they call as Tennis Talk. It helps players at all level discuss about the game, racquets and other tennis equipment and also get tips from India’s top tennis professionals like Yuki Bhambr, Sanam Singh, Divij Sharan etc and ofcourse Vishnu Vardhan himself.

VishnuVishnu Vardhan – Vishnu is a professional tennis player currently ranked 2 in India, he represented India at the London Olympics 2012 by partnering with Leander Paes. He won his first Nationals title in 2008 and won silver & bronze at the 2010 Asian Games.

At, he is actively involved in strategy making, brand promotion and key decision making process.


AfrozeAfroze Khan – Afroze is a sports lover and an entrepreneur. Prior to opening the doors of, he co-founded Sparq Concepts and is the brain child behind introducing artificial ice skating in India. He cherishes his experience working at the Wimbledon and meeting the top tennis players.

He is a London Metropolitan University Alumni and oversees daily operations at Tennishub. He has played tennis at the university level and currently enjoys playing at club level.


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