Luke Shaw: Jose Mourinho questions Manchester United defender’s commitment

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has questioned Luke Shaw’s commitment to the Old Trafford club.....

Winning the 1st game became turning point: Sindhu

April 3: Newly-crowned India Open Super Series champion PV Sindhu feels that winning the hard-fought first game against Carolina Marin proved to be crucial in the final outcome of the match.

Bengaluru to host two play-off matches

April 3: The M Chinnaswamy Stadium will play host to two play-off matches of this edition’s Indian Premier League.

RCB hold trials to get Rahul replacement

April 3: In their bid to find a replacement for the injured top-order batsman KL Rahul, with wicketkeeping abilities to boost

RPS look to Smith magic

April 3: While Gujarat Lions soared to the top of the table, Rising Pune Supergiant — the other debutants last year — ended up on the other side (7th)

Punjab eye improved show

April 3: Kings XI Punjab, after two consecutive bottom place finishes, will attempt to revive their fortunes in the tenth edition.

Rohit feared the worst when he hurt his thigh

April 3: Fit again after undergoing surgery to his thigh muscle that kept him out of cricket for five months, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma said although it was frustrating he was keen to get back on the field now.

Uzbeks sweat it out; Istomin delays arrival

April 3: The Uzbekistan Davis Cup side began their preparations for their clash against India with an extensive training session at the Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association on Sunday.

Knee injury rules Yuki out

April 3: India’s Davis Cup side suffered a blow on Sunday as Yuki Bhambri pulled out with an inflamed knee four days before his team takes on Uzbekistan here.

Super Sindhu reigns supreme on home turf

April 3: The badminton arena of the Sirifort Sports Complex was bursting at its seams. The noise emanating from it was deafening with the chants of ‘Sindhu, Sindhu’ ubiquitous.

 Federer beats Nadal in straight sets in Miami Open final

April 3: Roger Federer clinched his 91st career title when he beat rival Rafa Nadal 6-3 6-4 in the Miami Open final on Sunday.

Virat Kohli, Steve Smith destructive with bat after 80-run mark: Ben Stokes.

Ben Stokes may be considered one of the best all-rounders in cricket at this point of time but admitted to being perplexed when facing the................

Mitchell Starc’s ‘Brain Fade’ on Twitter: Tags the wrong Virat Kohli.

During the India vs Australia Test series, the word ‘Brain Fade’ was a constant trend. India skipper Virat Kohli’s dismissal in Pune and Bangalore started.......

IPL 2017: Rohit Sharma back in action, joins Mumbai Indians’ training camp.

Rohit Sharma is all set to return to the cricket field after he joined the Mumbai Indians’ pre-season training camp at the Wankhede stadium............

Roger Federer beats Nick Kyrgios, to face Rafael Nadal in final of Miami Open.

Roger Federer beat Australia’s Nick Kyrgios 7-6 (11/9), 6-7 (9/11), 7-6 (7/5) on Friday to set up a mouth-watering Miami Open final against.............

Zaheer Khan, Delhi Daredevils skipper, ready for fire-and-ice routine.

It will be the second year in succession that Zaheer Khan will lead Delhi Daredevils. For starters, the left-arm pacer hasn’t rolled his arm over in any......

IPL 2017 - India’s cricket stars , Who is available and who is out.

Ravichandran Ashwin and Murali Vijay have been ruled out of the 2017 Indian Premier League due to injuries. Ashwin will miss the entire tournament due to........

Tiger Woods: Masters too early for four-time champion’s return

Four-time champion Tiger Woods has confirmed he will not be fit for next week’s Masters and has not put a timetable on his return.......

Sindhu beats Saina in clash of titans

April 1: In an exciting clash, Olympic silver medallist P V Sindhu today prevailed over compatriot Saina Nehwal in a hard-fought straight-game encounter to advance to the semifinals of the India Open Super Series here.

 Rahul, Aswin, Vijay ruled out of 10th edition

April 1: The Indian Premier League is fast turning out to be injured-out premier league as the list of players joining the casualty ward is growing at the rate of knots even before the first ball of the 10th edition could be bowled.

Turning adversity into advantage

April 1: The best twist in Tymal Mill’s intriguing tale was perhaps when he was picked by the Royal Challengers Bangalore for a whopping amount of Rs 12 crore for the tenth edition of the Indian Premier League.

Lions ready to roar again

April 1: The Rajkot-based franchise made an immediate impact on its debut last season, topping the league stage with surprising ease.

Knights eye third title

April 1: With a clutch of match winners in their squad, the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) will be aiming their third title in 10 attempts.

Raghavendra century hands KPTCL big victory

April 1:  Raghav­endra R slammed a century as KPTCL Sports Organisation trounced ITI Sports Club by 132 runs in the KSCA Group II, Divison II match here.

Federer survives Berdych scare

April 1: Roger Federer dramatically fought his way into the Miami Open semi-finals with a 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (8/6) victory over Czech 10th seed Tomas Berdych on Thursday.

A familiar face in Oltmans’ team

April 1: At the end of 2016, when Roger van Gent, the analytical coach of the Indian hockey team, turned down a contract extension, head coach Roelant Oltmans was left in a spot of bother.

Sindhu prevails over Saina

April 1: Saina Nehwal has ruled Indian badminton for nearly a decade. During her peak, PV Sindhu was a junior who held the promise of following her iconic footsteps.

Kohli’s IPL availability to be assessed in 2nd week of April

April 1: India captain Virat Kohli’s availability for IPL-10 will be known only in the second week of this month as he undergoes rehabilitation for an injured shoulder, the BCCI said today.

Sheikh Mohammed: Dubai World Cup will be ’No. 1’ again

Over 20 years ago, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum dreamed of bringing the world’s best thoroughbreds to Dubai......

Former Olympic velodrome reopens for 125th anniversary

A historic velodrome used in the 1948 Olympics has reopened on its 125th anniversary following extensive renovation.....

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