Karnataka minister R Ashoka elected KSLTA president; Rohan Bopanna is vice-president
Rohan Bopanna is one of the vice-presidents at the Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA). Karnataka BJP minister R Ashoka is president
Bengaluru: Indian tennis player Rohan Bopanna has entered tennis administration as he was elected as one of vice-presidents of the Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA).
At the Annual General Body (AGM) meeting on February 17, Boppanna and others were elected, KSLTA said in a media release on Thursday (March 12).
The new committee will be in office till January 2024.
Karnataka revenue minister R Ashoka was elected as the president of KSLTA. Former Congress state minister Priyank M Kharge is senior vice-president.
KSLTA committee: President: R Ashoka; Life vice-president: M Lakshminarayana; Senior vice-president: Priyank M Kharge; Vice-presidents: MB Dyaberi, PR Ramaswamy, Rohan Bopanna, Ashish Puravankara; Secretary: Maheshwar Rao; Joint secretary: Sunil Yajaman; Treasurer: Naganand Doraswamy.
Executive Council Members: Bangalore Club; Senior Tennis Players Association of Karnataka (STEPAK), Bengaluru; Mahila Sevasamaja, Bengaluru; Tumkur Club, Tumkur; Garden Tennis Club, Mysuru; Sadashivnagar Club, Bengaluru; Indiranagar Club, Bengaluru; Brahmavar Sports Club, Udupi; Davangere District Tennis Association, Davangere, Gulbarga District Lawn Tennis Association, Gulbarga.