How’s that?” shouted Ajay Relan across the tennis court as he swung a backhand shot to his opponent, who scampered across the court to connect but missed it by a whisker. “You are amazing at this age,” replied 30-year-old Anshuman Khurana, shaking his head in disbelief. It was a nice, sunny day at the Delhi Gymkhana and 60-year-old Relan was at the top of his game. He was enjoying every moment and his hard work of practising the game for one-and-a-half hours every morning was clearly paying off.
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