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Only 3.3 overs bowled in the final T20I due to persistent downpour; first rain-abandoned T20I in eight outings at Chinnaswamy Stadium
Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz hammered tennis world number one Daniil Medvedev 6-1, 6-4 to win the ATP 500 grasscourt tournament
Keshav Maharaj is leading the visitors in the absence of injured Temba Bauma.
Pep Guardiola’s No. 2 at Manchester City has left to become coach at Qatari club Al-Sadd
A small group of disgruntled Manchester United supporters headed toward the home of the club’s chief executive to voice their concerns amid widespread unrest in the fanbase about the ownership of the Glazer family
In nearly 100 years of the history of the Chess Olympiad, it's the first time India will be hosting the prestigious event
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It is Neeraj Chopra’s first gold this year after the massive 89.30m that bettered his national record earlier this week
Harmanpreet feels things would be easier for her after being made ODI captain as well
He was the National record holder before Neeraj Chopra)
‘Underdog’ Uttar Pradesh can go home with heads held high
‘Dinesh Karthik has been in serious form in the role. He is certainly one of the best finishers in the game,’ said South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj after the 4th ODI
India’s table tennis star Sathiyan Gnanasekaran lost to Chuang Chih-Yuan 7-11 9-11 5-11 in the quarterfinals of the WTT Contender 2022
Madhya Pradesh entering finals after 23 years will be facing the 41-time champions Mumbai in Bengaluru on June 22.
Reaction is mixed throughout the Formula One paddock to a technical directive issued this week designed to address the dangerous bouncing of cars, aka ‘porpoising’ on the track
The series hasn't been one of India's best but somehow, just like top teams do, the 'Men In Blue' have found their way out to win matches under pressure.
Tottenham announced the signing of highly sought-after Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma from Brighton for a reported initial fee of £25 million
Karthik scored a 27-ball-55 to help India level five match T20I series against South Africa with one match to go
Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard, who recently had surgery on her shoulder, has pulled out of Wimbledon stating, ‘Using a PR entry at a tournament with no ranking points doesn’t make sense’
UEFA cleared PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi of punishment but handed a one-game ban to former sporting director Leonardo after the club was found guilty of misconduct during a Champions League match
“I have long aspired to come into the chess administration and this opportunity as the Deputy President will be a huge learning curve for me,” said Anand
The 19-year-old Briton has struggled since shocking the world at the US Open last year. Dealing with injuries and navigating the tour without a full-time coach, her lead-up to Wimbledon has been less than ideal. But her belief in her ‘crazy’ decision-making is unshaken
The Englishman’s purple patch since January 2021 has lifted his standing among Test cricket’s batting greats. He is now more than 2,000 runs clear of the other members of the Fab Four and on par with Tendulkar’s tally at the same age
After the two batters power the Men in Blue to 169, the pacer delivers a fiery spell to derail South Africa’s chase; the hosts make it 2-2 with an all-round performance
Pandya and Karthik forged a 65-run stand in 33 balls to take India to a good score.
England has broken its own record of 481-6 against Australia in 2018 for the highest-ever score in the history of one-day international cricket
Daffue, who began the day in a five-way share of second and one shot back of Canada’s Adam Hadwin, struck early as he mixed three birdies with a bogey over his first five holes
She has taken special permission to train and compete in USA, says Sumariwalla
Yashasvi Jaiswal became only the ninth Mumbai batter to notch hundreds in each innings in a Ranji trophy game
FC Barcelona President’s Report, Joan Laporta used the simile of a single-seat Formula 1 car to explain the evolving state of the Club’s finances
Chhetri also received a congratulatory message from top English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur for equalling Hungarian legend Ferenc Puskas’ tally of 84 international goals
Organising panel working on enhancing fan experience
South Africa pacer working towards rediscovering his mojo
The qualifying standard is very close to the Games record
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