Indian super shuttler Saina Nehwal created a hNewly-crowned India Open champions, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth will look to continue their fairytale run as they eye another podium finish at the Malaysian Open Super Series which gets underway with the qualifiers here tomorrow.istory on Saturday by becoming the first woman to rank World number: 1 in Badminton game.
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Daniel Vettori, New Zealand's veteran left-arm spinner announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, two days after his team finished runners-up at the World Cup 2015.
Miffed over the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) decision to keep him out of the awards distribution ceremony of the World Cup 2015, ICC president Mustafa Kamal has threatened to reveal “mischievous things” that he claims are taking place at the governing body. It was ICC chairman N Srinivasan, who handed the World Cup trophy to Australian skipper Michael Clarke with tournament Brand Ambassador Sachin Tendulkar, ICC CEO Dave Richardson and Cricket Australia supremo Wally Edwards sharing the dais with the Tamil Nadu strongman.
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni made no excuses for India's 95-run loss to Australia in the cricket World Cup semi-finals but said the fast bowlers could have done "slightly better" and Shikhar Dhawan should not have attempted a big shot when they were going smoothly.
Young Indian shuttler HS Prannoy created the biggest upset of the Yonex Sunrise India Open when he outplayed top seed and tournament favorite Jan O Jorgensen to advance into the quarter-finals here on Thursday.
South Africa’s middle order batsman Jean-Paul Duminy has been named as the Captain of Indian Premier League franchise Delhi Daredevils for this year.
Sardar Singh will lead a full strength Indian men’s hockey team in the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia, from April 5 to 12.
A change of guard at the BCCI has not changed the Board's view on the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) with the powerful body saying it cannot accept the technology in its current state.
Sameer, brother of 2011 National Champion Sourab Verma, notched up a stunning 21-15 21-17 win over Denmark’s fifth-seeded Hans-Kristian.
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