The Telegraph
Tuesday , August 2 , 2016

Won’t be at my best in Rio, says Nadal

The Brazilian mother-in-law of the Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, who was kidnapped a week ago, has been freed in a police raid, officials said on Sunday....   | Read..

Want to be consistent in all formats, says Rahul

Over the past 10-12 months, Lokesh Rahul has ensured to make use of most of the opportunities coming his way. Having scored a superb 158 in the ongoing second Test at the Sabina Park in Kingston, R......   | Read..

Rahane punishes Windies

The West Indies struck on the stroke of lunch as India reached 425 for six at lunch on Day III of the second Test here at the Sabina Park, extending their lead to 229....   | Read..

Batsmen need to buck up, says coach Darren

Australia's head coach Darren Lehmann, whose contract has been extended till October 2019 by Cricket Australia (CA), asked batsmen to improve and get better at decision-making....   | Read..

Ban on pitch photos

The wicket for the second Sri Lanka-Australia Test is expected to take spin, but the local groundsman did his best to keep that a secret....   | Read..

Difficult to take sport as a profession in Pak: Misbah

It takes enormous strength of character to win a Test series away from home. Not for India to win in the West Indies as they currently are, let alone for New Zealand to win in Zimbabwe - but if the......   | Read..

We will miss Ben: James

James Anderson has said England will miss Ben Stokes in the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston which starts on Wednesday, but at the same time, they have the ability and experience to manage ......   | Read..

Mamata announces windfall for clubs

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday doled out a financial bonanza for the Calcutta Football League's Premier Division clubs on the Maidan....   | Read..

David tries his hand at racing

Done with his "job" on the Pro tennis circuit, David Nalbandian is now testing his skills as a rally racer by competing in Argentina's national rally championship....   | Read..

Crown for Novak before Olympics

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic continued his dominance of Kei Nishikori with a 6-3, 7-5 victory in the final of the Rogers Cup in Toronto on Sunday....   | Read..

Narsingh is relieved, eyes medal

Exonerated of doping charges that nearly ended his wrestling career, Narsingh Yadav is unlikely to return to the national camp in Sonepat to resume training....   | Read..

Oltmans unhappy with Rio facilities

The Indian hockey teams at the Olympics are facing a shortage of chairs and television sets at the Games Village and chief coach Roelant Oltmans has complained that the players' apartments are not ......   | Read..

'Zika' shirts get stolen

Rio de Janeiro: Team shirts and a laptop belonging to a cycling official have been stolen from the Australian building in the Games Village at the Rio Olympics, team chief Kitty Chiller said on Sun......   | Read..

Jimmy Walker claims first Major

American Jimmy Walker broke through for his first Major title with a one-shot win over Jason Day in the PGA Championship after playing 36 gruelling holes at the water-logged Baltusrol on Sunday....   | Read..

Booze is the secret of Ma's improved mental strength

World's top ping pong player Ma Long has added a secret new performance-enhancing substance to his Rio 2016 training regime as he tries to overcome anxiety: booze....   | Read..

Yulia and Viktor move CAS challenging ban

Swimmer Yulia Efimova became the third Russian swimmer to challenge her Rio Olympics ban as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) rejected blame for the Russia doping crisis....   | Read..
Mark Taylor and wife Susan at the Taj Mahal on Monday
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