Entrepreneur Sneh Binny extended his love for sports with Delhi Binny’s Brigade (DBB). He co-owns the team, which is a part of the Tennis Premier League (TPL), with filmmaker-actor Divya Khosla Kumar. At the moment, talent hunt registration is on for the forthcoming season of the league.
“Yes, the talent hunt, now open on tplsport.in, is keeping us occupied. Firstly, if you’re a tennis player looking for a national platform to showcase your talent and reach out to the people, you are welcome to register. Talent hunts are happening in multiple cities, across India, and DBB are coming to Delhi, our hometown soon, to get some of the best players for our team,” he shares.
Sneh shares that it is important to scout for young fresh talent who have not been given a chance to showcase their talent. “We want to give them a bigger and better platform, and a chance to rub shoulders with national and international professional tennis players, which will also help them learn. And, this is the place where they will get an opportunity to enrich their tennis career and also the fame they deserve,” adds Sneh, who is into jewellery and diamond business. He is the son of popular business personality Raj Patel.
Tennis, as a game has gained momentum and parents, are also encouraging their children to take up the sport, feels Sneh. Looking at this on a positive note, he says, “The change that is happening is very good. A lot of kids are taking up tennis and many are choosing tennis as their professional career as well, which is good for the betterment of sports in India, and get recognized across the world.”
Talking about the future of tennis in India, he adds further, “The future is very bright. With so many kids taking up tennis on a professional level, the infrastructure is upgrading and the government has also become more supportive. We will definitely have world-class players representing India across the world soon, getting the fame that they deserve. TPL is a very good platform to get more people to take up tennis and inspire them.”