The inaugural edition of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) was a grand success. The event had 4 teams, all of which had world-class tennis players in their kitty. The teams- Indian Aces, UAE Royals, Manila Mavericks and Singapore Slammers played 12 matches each which means that they faced the same opponent four times. It was tennis, pure tennis but something was different. The rules were a bit different and fun so that the crowd could connect better and enjoy the game. IPTL had greats of the game from the past, the present and possible future. There were two players from the so-called 'Big Four' of Tennis, Roger Federer(Indian Aces) and Novak Djokovic(UAE Royals). Although they were available only for a few games, they sure did lighten up and made the crowd crazy when they wielded their weapons ! Also, in the league were Pete Sampras(Indian Aces), Andre Agassi(Singapore Slammers) and Serena Williams(Singapore Slammers) with 40 grand slams shared between them, making IPTL a world-class affair with high quality and high intensity action. The league was played in four different cities, in Manila(Philippines), Singapore, New Delhi(India) and Dubai(UAE). Although the turnout was average in Manila, Singapore and Dubai, New Delhi witnessed the highest turnout of the event when tennis greats, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic went head-to-head for a set. The intensity and the quality of tennis from the two players made New Delhi scream and shout in joy and excitement ! For a tournament which had started slow and was gaining pace little and little every match, the New Delhi leg gave it a monumental boost making IPTL make news all over the world. The Indian crowd going frenzy, proved yet again that Indians are never short of excitement and that, they only need quality content to applaud and cheer. This was certainly evident from the tweet from the very own, Roger Federer just before he left Delhi. "The great moments I spent here will forever be in my memory. Thank you New Delhi! Tremendous crowd support! Forever grateful," was the tweet from the Swiss maestro.In a country where Cricket has forever been the sport of the millions and where Sachin Tendulkar is worshipped as God by many, IPTL has managed to break the jinx and certainly the code, thanks to the magic of the battling Serbian, Novak Djokovic and the legend, Roger Federer. They are a class of their own!