Zeeshan expects high-quality tennis

Sep 14: India’s Davis Cup coach Zeeshan Ali is expecting high-quality tennis during the upcoming tie against Canada since external factors like the sun and the wind will have no chance to influence the contest on the indoor courts.

Messi rips Juve to shreds

Sep 14: Lionel Messi netted twice in Barcelona’s convincing 3-0 victory over Juventus that kicked off their Champions League campaign in style, while Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Chelsea also won big on Tuesday.

When Sharapova heard Serena sob

Sep 14: Maria Sharapova muses on her long, lopsided rivalry with Serena Williams in a new autobiography released on Tuesday and how she believes a locker room moment fueled the American’s drive to dominate her.

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to lead routine Real win

Sep 14: Cristiano Ronaldo wasted no time in showing Real Madrid what they have been missing during his five-game domestic suspension.

Sindhu, Sameer progress to quarters, Kashyap loses in Korea

Sep 14: P V Sindhu and Sameer Verma advanced to the quarter-finals with straight game wins but Parupalli Kashyap bowed out of the USD 600,000 Korea Super Series following a narrow defeat in the second round, here today.

Confident India start favourites

Sep 5: The Indian football team will look to continue its unbeaten run and inch closer to the 2019 Asian Cup when it takes on Macau in the third round qualifying phase game here on Tuesday.

Superb Venus defying age, illness

Sep 5: Defying an energy-sapping disease, Venus Williams has pushed herself farther than she ever imagined at age 37 to reach her 39th career Grand Slam quarterfinal at the US Open.

Belgians seal World Cup berth

Sep 5: Romelu Lukaku’s goal allowed Belgium to become the first European nation to clinch qualification for the 2018 World Cup on Sunday as much-fancied France were held to an embarrassing goalless draw by Luxembourg.

Sevastova halts Sharapova

Sep 5: Maria Sharapova’s Grand Slam return after a 15-month doping ban ended with a fourth-round defeat at the US Open but the former world number one considered it a major step in her comeback.

All eyes on Argentina, Chile

Sep 5: Lionel Messi and Argentina will seek to maintain the pressure on Chile with a victory over Venezuela on Tuesday as South America’s 2018 World Cup qualifying race enters the home stretch.

Aditi finishes tied-15 in Portland

Sep 5: Aditi Ashok rounded off the week with a superb five-under 67, which lifted her to tied 15th at the end of the Cambia Portland Classic here.

Nine MC members of B’lore Turf Club resign

Sep 5: In a sudden turn of events on Monday, nine out of the ten elected members of the managing committee of the Bangalore Turf Club tendered their resignation

Now back with Gopi, Saina eyes Superseries Final qualification

Sep 5: London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal wants to qualify for the Dubai World Superseries Finals after resuming her partnership with long-time mentor and chief coach Pullela Gopichand.

BCCI gets more land, may set up CoE in Bengaluru

Sep 2: With the aim of setting up a centre of excellence, the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Friday acquired 15 acres of land from the Karnataka government in Bengaluru.

Ministry panel to streamline big meet preparations

Sep 2: Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has formed an Empowered Steering Committee (ESC) to streamline India’s preparations in the multi-disciplinary events, with focus on 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Youngsters need more time, says Malinga

Sep 2: Under-pressure batsmen are afraid to play their natural game and that’s affecting our performance, felt Sri Lanka’s stand-in skipper Lasith Malinga after the hosts crashed to their fourth successive defeat .

Bengaluru likely to host U-17 friendly

Sep 2: Bengaluru might have missed out on being one of the cities to host the FIFA U-17 World Cup next month, but the IT hub of the country could see the Indian colts in action ahead of the showpiece event.

Tigers maul Panthers in opener

Sep 2: A disciplined effort from the bowlers was followed by an entertaining half-century by K V Siddharth as Hubli Tigers thumped Belagavi Panthers by six wickets in the inaugural tie of the sixth Karnataka Premier League

Tigers maul Panthers in opener

Sep 2: A disciplined effort from the bowlers was followed by an entertaining half-century by K V Siddharth as Hubli Tigers thumped Belagavi Panthers by six wickets in the inaugural tie of the sixth Karnataka Premier League.

SCR outclass listless Karnataka men

Sep 2: South Central Railway (SCR) churned out a clinical performance to outclass Hockey Karnataka 4-2 in the men’s section of the 3rd Bengaluru Cup All India Invitation tournament at the Hockey Stadium here on Friday.

Suhas guides Carmel into final

Sep 2: Suhas R did a star turn for Carmel High School as they beat St John’s High School by six wickets to enter the final of the Group I, Division II under-16 inter-school tournament for the KSCA Cup here at IISc grounds.

Licence not linked to membership, claims govt

Sep 2: Even as the racing activities in Bengaluru came to a standstill, the State government has told the Bangalore Turf Club that the renewal of its licence is not linked to the membership issue.

Sharapova advances into US Open last 16, Cilic ousted

Sep 2: Maria Sharapova rolled into the last 16 at the US Open by overpowering US teen Sofia Kenin while a wide-open side of the men’s draw lost 2014 champion Marin Cilic

’MS will always remain our captain’

September 1: “You will always remain our captain.” Those words by skipper Virat Kohli summed up the standing Mahendra Singh Dhoni commands in the Indian team.

Govt stands firm as BTC fails to get licence

September 1: Racing activities are set to be interrupted for the second time this year after the Bangalore Turf Club failed to get its licence renewed from the State Government.

Amritpal set for tough challenge

September 1: Indian captain Amritpal Singh’s career took a turn for the better when he signed a season-long deal with the National Basketball League (NBL) franchise Sydney Kings in Australia recently.

Apache Sunrise wins feature race

September 1: Apache Sunrise, trained by Neil Darashah and ridden by Y S Srinath, emerged winner in the H H Sri Jayachamaraja Wadiyar Memorial Trophy over 1800 metres, the feature event of the races held here at the Mysore Race Club on Thursday.

Spotlight on youth

September 1: In the opening tie, Belagavi Panthers will take on last year’s runners-up Hubli Tigers at the Chinnaswamy stadium. Hosts Bengaluru Blasters will then begin their campaign against Mysuru Warriors on Saturday

Solid ONGC thump PNB

September 1: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) produced a solid performance in the second period to outclass Punjab National Bank (PNB) 4-1 in the men’s section of the 3rd Bangalore Cup All India invitation tournament

Gursimar storms into sole lead

September 1: Amateur Tanirika Singh shot the only sub-par round of the Hero-KGA Women’s Pro Golf Championship but Gursimar Badwal stormed into lead after the second round here on Thursday.

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