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|Born||24 April 1996|
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Plays||Double handed backhand|
Single handed forehand
|College||Bachelor of Mass Media in Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai|
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He finished his primary and high school till 8th grade from Kamala Nimbkar Balbhavan, Phaltan, Satara. He was transferred to Madhoji High School to finish his remaining two years of high school education. He was a multi-talented guy in his school years. H
e started playing Malla-Khamb when he was just three years old. He also started learning yoga in 2nd standard and passed his 1st yoga exam in just one year. He continued learning and practicing Yoga till 8th standard and had passed 6 yoga exams by then and became a Yoga Visharadh. He was also an artist, a scout guide, and a Tabla player.
High school career
He discovered his passion for tennis in 8th grade and to pursue that passion, he transferred himself to Madhoji high school where he began his tennis training and practice. Due to his rigorous training and efforts he scored 6th place in his first ever inter-school Tennis tournament. He was admitted to Bedekar College, Thane with Arts as his major. After finishing his junior college, Sangle is currently studying Bachelor of Mass Media in Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai.
After his 10th, he moved to Mumbai from Satara. He got into Vamanrao Muranjan High School where he received his further tennis training. Unfortunately he missed his interschool competition because of his high fever. He then got into Priyadarshani Tennis Academy where he played his first Interclub tournament in which he reached until the semi-finals. He participated into tournament arranged by Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association (MSLTA) in Kolhapur where he lost in 2nd round.
After this, he took a brief break of 6 months from all tournaments. During this break he went through tough training and practice sessions. After this break, he participated in a tournament arranged by All India Tennis Association (AITA) in Thane in which he scored his first big win. He participated in his first national tournament held in Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan College in which he qualified till round 2.
After the Nationals, he underwent a 4-month training period in which he did not play a single competition. During his training break, he underwent rigorous training to come back stronger. He played his second national tournament in Bengaluru, India. Although he lost in the semi-finals of the tournament, he decided to play another tournament. Bengaluru was the host of another national tournament three weeks later. He participated in it to meet the same fate. He lost the game in the Semi-finals.
He got his big break in 2014, when he played his first International tournament in Kyrgyzstan. He didn’t make it to the top players as he suffered an ankle twist in the middle of a round match. He trained and practiced for the rest of the year to fathom that there is an International tournament coming up in France in 2015.
The competition was a pivoting point in his career as he triumphed it. Now being an International Tennis Player, his repute started to flourish.
Even with a slight downfall, Just Eat Foods believed in him and respected his reputation as an International tennis player and announced him as their Brand Ambassador in late 2016. In 2018, LG's ThinQ announced him as their Brand Ambassador.
With a State-level competition coming up in early 2017, He had made up his mind to ace it and he did. The following year, he played in the International series held in France. Having already won once in France, he had built up a confidence. He turned out to be victorious in his second International tournament in 2018.
|Achievements in Lawn Tennis||Tournament||Place||Year||Achievements|
|Achievements in Lawn Tennis (States Men's)||Intercollegiate Championship||Mumbai||2013||Win|
|Achievements in Lawn Tennis (States Under 18)||MSLTA Tournament||Pune||2014||Quarter-Finalist|
|Single Tennis Academy||Mumbai||2011||Quarter-Finalist|
|Achievements in Lawn Tennis (States Under 16)||Pune Open||Pune||2014||2nd Round|
|Achievements in Lawn Tennis (States Under 14)||Mudhoji Club Interstate||Phaltan, Satara||2011||Fourth Place|
|Priyadarshan Tennis Academy||Mumbai||2010||Win|
|Achievements in Lawn Tennis (FFT Internationals Men's)||FFT Nationals||Cany-Barville||2018||Win|
|Charles de Gaulle, Paris||2015||Semi-Finalist|
|Veulettes Sur Mer TC||Paris||2015||Quarter-Finalist|
|Tournai Neufchatel En Bray||Paris||2015||Quarter-Finalist|
|Touroni International Senior du Yerville TC||Paris||2015||Quarter-Finalist|
|Tumai Seniors Men's||Paris||2015||Quarter-Finalist|
|Sotteville Seniors NC - 3/6||Paris||2015||Quarter-Finalist|
|Tournoi opende Montville||2015||Quarter-Finalist|
|Tournoi Adultes||Paris||2015||2nd Round|
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