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Rajeev Ram

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Catching Up With Carmel’s Rajeev Ram

Where does the Carmel athlete keep his Olympic medal?

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Rajeev Ram, Anyone?

If Ram had a signature T-shirt, it might read, “I won a silver at the Rio Olympics, I’m ranked in the top 20 … and all Indianapolis ever gave me was this lousy magazine story.”

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Tamika’s Goodbye, The Vonnegut Opera, and More

We’re looking forward to a weekend of Vonnegut opera, craft cocktail tours, and Home-A-Rama.

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Carmel's Rajeev Ram Faces Tough Test at Wimbledon

Ram remains alive in men’s doubles action at the All England Club—and has his work cut out for him.

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Tweets of the Week: Nov. 16-24

Pop star Pink stormed Indy with her gravity-defying live act, and NFL observers sent up the Colts’ inept effort today on the heels of their NBC sitcom repeat appearance.

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Hoosier Tennis Pro Scores Some U.S. Open Love

Rajeev Ram, who has played professional tennis for nine years, went on his best roll ever at the sport’s major event in New York City.

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Hoosiers Schneider and Ram to Face Off in U.S. Open Doubles

Ronnie Schneider, a UNC recruit from Bloomington, and his partner Paul Oosterbaan of Kalamazoo, Mich., will face off against Carmel’s Rajeev Ram and his pal Brian Baker. All four are American.

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Rajeev Ram, Brian Baker Headline Indy Charity Tennis Hit

Indy’s own touring professional tennis player, Rajeev Ram, ranked as high as No. 90 in 2012 on the ATP Tour that includes the likes of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, staged his third annual charity tennis exhibition on Saturday, Dec. 8. Joining him: his friendly foe and sometimes-partner Brian Baker, a childhood chum currently ranked No. 61, two promising junior stars (Bloomington South’s Ronnie Schneider and Carmel’s Sameer Kumar) and a revolving lineup of local club pros.

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Carmel's Ram Lights Up L.A.'s Pro Tennis Event

It may not be the London Olympics, but it will more than do.

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Carmel's Ram Makes Mark at Wimbledon, Again in Newport

Rajeev Ram is a many splendored thing: Indian American, Denver born, Carmel based, and confident in his work on the heels of narrowly losing to the No. 2 doubles team in men’s professional tennis worldwide at Wimbledon last week. Ram and partner Scott Lipsky came close to upending brothers Bob and Mike Bryan, arguably the best pro doubles tandem ever, in London, losing in five sets.

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