The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 20 , 2016

Ravi Shastri: Staying No.1 the hardest bit in any sport

Ravi Shastri, the team director, spoke to The Telegraph from Canberra early on Tuesday....   | Read..

We need to be more proactive, says Andy

Young tennis players need to be educated about the implications of match-fixing and the sport needs to be more proactive in talking about the issue, world No. 2 Andy Murray said on Tuesday....   | Read..

Johnson: Clean athletes victimised

The corruption scandal that has rocked athletics is worse than the one that has plunged soccer body Fifa into crisis, because it punished clean athletes, four-times Olympic gold medallist Michael J......   | Read..

India desperate for a turnaround

This hasn't been a one-day series India would like to remember. Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his men have done everything to keep the series alive before the fourth ODI, but things just haven't fallen ......   | Read..

Kohli: My reply to James was perfectly timed

Australian cricketers cannot do without sledging and they must be given a fitting reply, feels Virat Kohli who gave it back to James Faulkner in third ODI at the Melbourne Cricket Ground....   | Read..

Raring to go, says Warner

Back in the Australian squad after missing out due to the birth of his second daughter, Indi Rae, David Warner feels refreshed and is raring to go....   | Read..

Privileged to be back: Tait

Shaun Tait feels privileged on being back in the Australian squad after almost five years....   | Read..

Chandila to appeal

Ajit Chandila, who has been given a life ban, will appeal to the BCCI to reconsider its decision....   | Read..

2 cricketers injured in office league tie

The city's cricket fraternity was once again reminded of the Ankit Keshri accident when two cricketers got injured in an on-field collision during an office league match....   | Read..

Gayle's parting shot as he exits Big Bash

A fuming Chris Gayle has blasted current and former cricketers for not standing by him when he was roundly criticised for flirting with a TV presenter during an interview at the Big Bash League (BBL)....   | Read..

Warrant is withdrawn

The non-bailable warrant issued against Mahendra Singh Dhoni in a case of hurting religious sentiments in a magazine cover was withdrawn by a local court in Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh....   | Read..

Md. Sp. are victorious

Mohammedan Sp orting defeated Aryan by 33 runs in a CAB Senior Knockout tournament match on Tuesday....   | Read..

In the City

Nitin Kumar Sinha kept Bengal’s hopes alive at the ongoing DKS ITF Junior Tennis 2016, being held on the red clay courts of the Dakshin Kalikata Sansad. Sinha, up against a wildcard entrant, ......   | Read..

Day II Results

Men's Singles...   | Read..

More players reveal offers

More players revealed match-fixing approaches on Tuesday, as the Australian Open came under close scrutiny following claims that corruption in tennis was widespread....   | Read..

Disparity in earnings is fuelling corruption

Aspiring tennis professionals are washing their shirts in hotel baths, sleeping on couches and relying on crowd funding to chase their Grand Slam dreams. It is this stark contrast with the top tier......   | Read..

Verdasco gets his revenge on Nadal

It was a moment that not every loser would have chosen to revisit: a marathon versus Rafael Nadal in 2009 that could have put Fernando Verdasco in the final of the Australian Open....   | Read..

Qualifier stuns Simona

Second seed Simona Halep continued a day of shocks at the Australian Open on Tuesday, when she was knocked out in the first round by Zhang Shuai, going down 4-6, 3-6 to the inspired Chinese qualifier....   | Read..

Blatter still getting president's salary

Sepp Blatter may have been banned for eight years from the game but he is still receiving his president's salary from world soccer’s governing body, a spokesman for Fifa’s Audit and Com......   | Read..

Bagan can win even if I don't play: Norde

Mohun Bagan have begun the I-League well, but now they would hope to do even better as their last year's hero, Sony Norde, has arrived. Not just arrived, the Haitian international has also joined h......   | Read..

Injury scare for Dong

There was an injury scare for East Bengal's Korean star Do Dong Hyun when he hurt his right knee at practice, on Tuesday....   | Read..
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