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A police officer from Karnataka wins the Police Lawn Tennis Championship.

At the 23rd All India Police Lawn Tennis Championship 2022, which took place in New Delhi, M H Satish, 51, won both the gold medal in veteran doubles and the silver medal in veteran singles.

At the 23rd All India Police Lawn Tennis Championship 2022, which took place in New Delhi.

from November 15 to 18, 51-year-old Karnataka Lokayukta police officer M H Satish won two medals: gold in veteran doubles and silver in veteran singles.Only Satish has won a medal from the state.

Even though Satish plays tennis to stay fit, he also started the sport to break the “stereotype” that surrounds it.Tennis and golf are typically not regarded as the common man’s calling.The wealthy or those with the means to pay for it typically use it.Satish told indianexpress.com, “I wanted to break this stereotype and simultaneously increase my fitness levels.”

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Advertisement At the 23rd All India Police Lawn Tennis Championship 2022, which took place in New Delhi from November 15 to 18, 51-year-old Karnataka Lokayukta police officer M H Satish won two medals: gold in veteran doubles and silver in veteran singles.Only Satish has won a medal from the state.

Even though Satish plays tennis to stay fit, he also started the sport to break the “stereotype” that surrounds it.Tennis and golf are typically not regarded as the common man’s calling.The wealthy or those with the means to pay for it typically use it.Satish told indianexpress.com, “I wanted to break this stereotype and simultaneously increase my fitness levels.”

Advertisement Satish claimed that he began playing tennis when he was 40 years old .

and was employed as a police inspector in Bidar in 2010.Express) When Satish was 40 years old and working as a police inspector in Bidar in 2010, he said he started playing tennis.I, along with other police officers, were encouraged to take up tennis by Gagandip, a retired IPS officer and former IGP of the Gulbarga range.Satish, who is coached by renowned former tennis player Peter Vijayakumar, stated, “Once I started playing, I realised the importance of fitness…and that is when I also started gymming.”

During the games, Satish claimed that he ate very little.Together with my partner Dhirender Verma, a Commandant at the Central Reserve Police Force, I reached the singles final and the doubles semifinals and final.I was able to get by on electrolyte powder, bananas, and soft coconuts.The game was played using the “best of 15” format, and even though we were close to losing in the doubles final, we won eight games in a row to win the gold.With my partner, we meticulously planned and played our game, and this was one of the tournament’s turning points,” Satish, who spends nearly Rs 10,000 a month on tennis, said.

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Advertisement At the 23rd All India Police Lawn Tennis Championship 2022, which took place in New Delhi from November 15 to 18, 51-year-old Karnataka Lokayukta police officer M H Satish won two medals: gold in veteran doubles and silver in veteran singles.Only Satish has won a medal from the state.

Even though Satish plays tennis to stay fit, he also started the sport to break the “stereotype” that surrounds it.Tennis and golf are typically not regarded as the common man’s calling.The wealthy or those with the means to pay for it typically use it.Satish told indianexpress.com, “I wanted to break this stereotype and simultaneously increase my fitness levels.”

Advertisement Satish claimed that he began playing tennis when he was 40 years old and was employed as a police inspector in Bidar in 2010.Express) When Satish was 40 years old and working as a police inspector in Bidar in 2010, he said he started playing tennis.I, along with other police officers, were encouraged to take up tennis by Gagandip, a retired IPS officer and former IGP of the Gulbarga range.Satish, who is coached by renowned former tennis player Peter Vijayakumar, stated, “Once I started playing, I realised the importance of fitness…and that is when I also started gymming.”

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