Rohan Bopanna: Began playing tennis at age 11 because his father wanted him to pursue an individual sport; began taking tennis seriously aged 19…Father, M.G. Bopanna, is coffee planter, who lives in Coorg, 4 hours from Bangalore; mother, Malika, is housewife…Has older sister, Rashmi, living in Bombay...Has trained with Mahesh Bhupathi’s father, C.G. Krishna Bhupathi…Favourite surface is grass and his dream is to win Wimbledon…Favourite player growing up was Stefan Edberg…Hobbies include golf, adventure sports, watching Bollywood movies…Favourite holiday destination is Koh Samui, Thailand…In 2010, raised money for physically handicapped children at Opportunity School in Coorg…Part-owns a bar “CIRRUS” with friends in Bangalore…Made his Davis Cup debut for India versus Australia in September 2002…Played several seasons with Pakistan’s Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi with team nicknamed "Indo-Pak Express"…In June 2010, was named a "Champion for Peace" by 'Peace and Sport', a neutral international organisation under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco…Earned ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year (w/Qureshi) in 2010 and recipient of 2010 Excellence Award at GQ India Men of the Year ceremony...Married Supriya Annaiah, on 25 November 2012, in Coorg.
Florin Mergea: Nickname is “Dodo”…Speaks English and French…Started playing tennis aged six…Former junior doubles No. 1 in 2002 and singles No. 2 in 2003…Won 2003 junior Wimbledon singles and 2002-03 doubles titles; reached three junior Australian Open finals in 2003 singles and 2002-03 doubles…Favourite surface is hard courts and shot is forehand…Favourite tournaments are Wimbledon and US Open…Idol growing up was Formula 1 world champion Ayrton Senna…Hobbies include Sim Racing, Formula 1, playing on the computer and consoles games…Returned to professional tennis after 15 month absence in August 2011, provided his wife travelled with him to every tournament…Trains in Tampa, Florida.