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Indian software wins world sports match8 Dec, 2007, 0838 hrs IST,Sachin Dave, TNN MUMBAI: From tennis pro Rafael Nadal to the Sri Lankan cricket team, champions aiming to become the worlds best, rely on India for a success formula. Teams and players from across the world are scouting for analytical software that will help improve their games, and a host of Indian companies are playing ball. Sample this: World No 2 Nadal is consulting Swantha Software to figure out how he could beat Roger Federer on grass. The Bangalore-based firms software, christened Half Volley , provides frame-by-frame analysis of how Fedexpress plays his trademark forehand shots and executes those electric crosscourt returns. Nadals got an ace. Theres more. If Sri Lankas success in cricket is attributed to the teams strategy against its opponents, thank Chennai-based Meru Consultants and Technologies for that. The Sri Lankan cricket board sources cricket-analysing software from this company. Merus chief executive officer P Sankaran says, They use our product to understand how the opponents play and devise gameplans based on our analysis. For about a decade now, India has been the worlds biggest hub for outsourcing of software processes. Sports process outsourcing (SPO) is relatively new. The segment is currently generating revenues of about Rs 100 crore a year. However, experts say this segment will grow at over 40% year on year. There are immense opportunities. We expect to be a $15-million company by 2010; so would several others, thanks to demand from global clients, says Prasanna Raman, one of the three promoters of Swantha. Nadal the king of clay got to know about Swanthas software during his visit to India last year. Since then, Raman and his team have been working to get the software ready for launch at the Chennai Open in January 2008. Mr Nadal is in touch with us. He wants to use the product and we are scheduled to meet in January when hes in India, Mr Raman says. wah..wah..wah...beneran apa nggak ya ini??