The veteran is in Chandigarh for Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tie between India and South Korea.
With wet conditions caused by incessant rain adding to the challenge, veteran Indian tennis star Leander Paes on Thursday said the team which adapts quicker will have the edge in the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tie between India and South Korea starting here on Friday.
“I think that tennis on grass is more technical, so the one who adjusts to these conditions faster, is going to have a big advantage,” Paes said after the draw ceremony here.
The weather was inclement in Chandigarh and according to the local MeT Department’s Director, Surinder Paul, more rains are likely to occur in the city over the next two-three days. Read more