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Sourabh wins Vietnam Open Super 100 title

Second seed Sourabh, who has won the Hyderabad Open and Slovenian International earlier this year, recovered from a mid-game slump.

The past, present and future of England Test Cricket captain Joe Root

England’s captain has the weight of the world on his shoulders as he tries to recapture the player he was

India look to continue experimentation in the three-match series against South Africa

Of course, the experimentation was already set in motion with the tour of West Indies, and this upcoming three-match series against the Proteas is seemingly an extension of the same.

Khelo J&K! Sports infrastructure to get booster dose in J&K

Centre to create facilities for football, hockey, basketball, athletics and others in J&K.

Rohit Sharma makes a comeback to India's test squad

South Africa's tour of India will begin with T20 match on September 15.

Mary Kom & 8 female athletes in line for Padma Awards

Recently crowned World Champion P.V. Sindhu has been suggested for the Padma Bhushan Award.

India Vs South Africa: A make-or-break moment in Rohit's Test career

For the record, it’s not a move that was born overnight. Rather, it has been brewing for a while and it can be confirmed that Rohit was actually asked to practice against the new ball every single day in the West Indies.

Formula One: Charles Leclerc overtakes Sebastian Vettel to be Ferrari’s no. 1

Charles Leclerc’s triumph handed Ferrari their first win on home soil since 2010.

NBA names Rajesh Sethi as India MD

In his new role, Sethi will oversee the league’s basketball and business development initiatives in India and will be supported by the region’s senior leadership team.

Australia retain Ashes, win fourth Test against England by 185 runs

For Australia, Pat Cummins picked four wickets while Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon bagged two wickets each.

Sourabh wins Vietnam Open Super 100 title

Second seed Sourabh, who has won the Hyderabad Open and Slovenian International earlier this year, recovered from a mid-game slump.

Need to try different combinations for next T20 World Cup: Virat Kohli

Indian skipper ahead of opening T20 in Dharamshala against South Africa said that there is need to try different combinations as there are about 30 matches left before T20 World Cup.

Sports ministry sends nine names for Padmas. This time it's all women

In a first in the history of Indian sports, all the nine athletes nominated by the Sports Ministry for Padma Awards are women. The recommendations have been sent to the Ministry of Home Affairs which will further announce the awardees on January 25th, 2020. Below are the 9 nominated sportswomen who made the coutry proud in their respective domain.

The past, present and future of England Test Cricket captain Joe Root

England’s captain has the weight of the world on his shoulders as he tries to recapture the player he was

Liverpool leave rivals breathless

Man City may have won the last two EPL titles in scintillating fashion, but Liverpool look better than ever this term.

Atletico Madrid in good position to fight for the title: Diego Forlan

Atleti made one of the most exciting and important signings of the summer transfer window in 19-year-old Joao Felix for a club record of $137 million from Benfica.

Suspense over Hima Das' participation in World Athletics Championships

Hima's name was missing in the initial entry of Indian women athletes for the two relay races submitted by AFI to the IAAF for the September 27 to October 6 showpiece event in Doha.

India look to continue experimentation in the three-match series against South Africa

Of course, the experimentation was already set in motion with the tour of West Indies, and this upcoming three-match series against the Proteas is seemingly an extension of the same.

Khelo J&K! Sports infrastructure to get booster dose in J&K

Centre to create facilities for football, hockey, basketball, athletics and others in J&K.

India Vs South Africa: A make-or-break moment in Rohit's Test career

For the record, it’s not a move that was born overnight. Rather, it has been brewing for a while and it can be confirmed that Rohit was actually asked to practice against the new ball every single day in the West Indies.

Messi wanted Neymar to return to Barcelona

Lionel Messi says he wanted Neymar to return to Barcelona this year as the Brazilian would have helped the club take a leap forward, adding that his former teammate was looking forward to rejoining the La Liga champions.

Joao Felix is in a hurry. So is everyone else

Joao Felix is in a hurry. So is everyone else

Felix has gone from Benfica’s academy to Cristiano Ronaldo’s heir apparent with dizzying speed. But how fast is too fast?

India vs South Africa: KL Rahul dropped, Gill included; Rohit set to play as opener

India vs South Africa: KL Rahul dropped, Gill included; Rohit set to play as opener

Opener KL Rahul was on Thursday dropped from the Indian Test squad for the upcoming Test series against South Africa, propelling senior batsman Rohit Sharma to the opener's role in red-ball cricket. Rookie Punjab batsman Shubman Gill has been rewarded with a place in the Test side as back-up floater, who can fit in both as an opener and a middle-order batsman. India's first Test against South Africa will start in Visakhapatnam on October 2, while the second and third games will be held in Pune (October 10-14) and Ranchi (October 19-23) respectively.

KL Rahul dropped, Shubman Gill gets maiden call-up in India's Test squad for SA series

KL Rahul dropped, Shubman Gill gets maiden call-up in India's Test squad for SA series

South Africa's tour of India will begin with T20 match on September 15.

Mary Kom & 8 female athletes in line for Padma Awards

Mary Kom & 8 female athletes in line for Padma Awards

Recently crowned World Champion P.V. Sindhu has been suggested for the Padma Bhushan Award.

India might have missed several stars but their performance proves that system and teamwork matters the most

India might have missed several stars but their performance proves that system and teamwork matters the most

India were also missing several key players in Ashique Kuruniyan, Sunil Chhetri and Brandon Fernandes - all three of whom had good games against Oman last Thursday. But teamwork ensured they were not missed.

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