Neha Uberoi Khangoora is a former professional tennis player, social entrepreneur and health & wellness advocate.
She entered her freshman year at Princeton University at 16 years of age, winning Ivy League Rookie of the Year before taking a 6-year leave of absence to play on the professional tennis tour alongside her sister, Shikha Uberoi. She achieved a top 200 WTA tour ranking, reached two WTA tour doubles finals and competed in the US Open before retiring and then completing her undergraduate degree.
Neha is the Co-founder of South Asians in Sports, a network of South Asian professionals who work in the sports industry. Visit sainsports.com to join.
An Indian-American role model, Neha advocates for sports, health and wellness through coaching, public speaking and digital media. Across the US and in India, she frequently appears on various media platforms to provide commentary on sports, women’s empowerment and health & wellness.
April, 2017 India Business Conference at Columbia Business School
March, 2017 The BBC World Have Your Say radio program
July 2016, Guest of Al Jazeera’s The Stream speaking on the female body in sports
August 2014, Consulate General of India, New York
August 2013, Co-Host of Bloomberg Sports, Serving Up Stats
2015 Sports Illustrated
2015 & 2016 Mind Body Green
2015 Huffington Post