Indian tennis star Sumit Nagal has sought help from the British High Commission of India as he seeks a Visa appointment to compete at Wimbledon 2024. In a post on 'X', the 26-year-old wrote, "Hi

@UKinIndia, @VFSGlobal, and Respected @CScottFCDO Ma'am, I am in urgent need of a UK Visa appointment in New Delhi to represent India at Wimbledon this year. However, I'm unable to find any appointments. Could you kindly assist me urgently? Thank you!" Nagal subsequently got a response from Deputy High Commissioner Christina Scott, who said she would be happy to help him. Nagal had created history at Monte Carlo by becoming the first Indian in 42 years to enter the singles main draw. Sumit Nagal Creates History at Monte Carlo Masters, Becomes First Indian Men’s Singles Player To Win an ATP 1000 Event Match on Clay Court by Defeating Italy’s Matteo Arnaldi (Watch Video).

Sumit Nagal Seeks Help From British High Commission

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