First Futures Tournament win, F2 Kolkata 2004 at 17. Enters the world fray at #666.

NCAA Champion 2005-2008, Univ. of Virginia.

Sets a win-loss record of 44-1, 2008.

First professional victory (Singles & Doubles titles), Futures Rochester, New York, 2008.

First Challenger, Lexington 2008, Singles Champion

as a qualifier.

Wins 24 matches in a row right after turning professional.

Ends 2008 ranked #204, started the year as #1033.

First ATP tour final, Chennai Open 2009, loses to

world number 23 Marin Cilic, upsets former two time champion Carlos Moya (42), Ivo Karlovic (25) and Rainer Schuttler (99).

Qualifies for first Grand Slam Singles main draw,

US Open 2009.

Davis Cup 2009, puts India back in the World group after 11 years defeating hosts South Africa.

Breaks into the top 100 at #96, August 2010.

Men’s Singles Gold, Commonwealth Games,

Delhi 2010.

Asian Games 2010, Men’s singles gold, Men’s doubles gold (partnering Sanam Singh)