The Telegraph
Saturday , April 22 , 2017

Captain Suresh helps Lions roar back to life

The strong winds and light drizzle that had halted play at the Eden on Friday night returned as a storm from Suresh Raina's bat and it rained fours and sixes....   | Read..

Pune hope MS will fire vs Sunrisers

Mahendra Singh Dhoni's form will remain in focus when the struggling Rising Pune Supergiant square off against defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad in an IPL X encounter here at the Maharashtra ......   | Read..

MI aiming to make it 6 in a row

On a roll after five wins on the trot, Mumbai Indians will look to extend their domination when they clash with a struggling Delhi DareDevils in Saturday's IPL X game here at the Wankhede....   | Read..

Have firepower to beat MI: Angelo

Angelo Mathews believes the misfiring Delhi DareDevils do have the ability to beat formidable Mumbai Indians in their Indian Premier League match here on Saturday....   | Read..

In the Fed Cup, I am like a big sister now, says Martina Hingis

Martina Hingis looks to reach a first Fed Cup final in almost two decades when Switzerland face Belarus with the former world No. 1 revelling in her role as the team's “big sister”....   | Read..

Rohan & Cuevas in last 8

Rohan Bopanna and his partner Pablo Cuevas knocked out fifth seeds Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram after a three-set battle to progress to the quarter finals of the ATP Monte Carlo Masters event here.......   | Read..

Madrid Derby in the last-4 stage

Eleven-time champions Real Madrid will take on neighbours Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi-final after the draw pitted last year’s finalists against each other....   | Read..

WI 143 for 5 at tea

Roston Chase and Shane Dowrich took the West Indies total to 143/5 at tea, on Day I of the first Test, also the 50th here at the Sabina Park. Chase was batting on 47, while Dowrich was on 27 at the......   | Read..

Gauti praise for Raina

Captain Gautam Gambhir feels the Kolkata Knight Riders lost the match during the first six overs of the Gujarat Lions' innings at the Eden on Friday....   | Read..

Amla: Can still reach play-offs

Despite the Kings XI Punjab suffering yet another setback, this time against Mumbai Indians, Hashim Amla is confident of his side making the play-offs this season....   | Read..

Arothe named coach

Former Baroda batsman Tushar Arothe has been named India women's cricket team coach, replacing Purnima Rau, who claims she was not taken into confidence before the change was made....   | Read..

Boxers upset with federation stance

In a first of its kind, the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) has recently made all the top men and women boxers in the country sign a written agreement saying they would maintain strict "disci......   | Read..

SSP, Atwal make cut

Arjun Atwal shot his second successive two-under 69 to be tied 11th at the Panasonic Open here on Friday....   | Read..

Under-23 coach's tragic end

Former England and Aston Villa defender Ugo Ehiogu has died in hospital aged 44 following a cardiac arrest, Tottenham Hotspur said on Friday....   | Read..

Zlatan injury ruins United victory

Manchester United reached the Europa League semi-finals for the first time after beating Anderlecht 2-1 on Thursday, but at the cost of a potentially serious injury to Zlatan Ibrahimovic....   | Read..

Man behind attack driven by greed

Germany's elite anti-terrorism unit has arrested a 28-year-old German-Russian man who is suspected of trying to blow up the Borussia Dortmund team bus, with the apparent aim of driving down the pri......   | Read..

Cracker of a tie on the cards

In a match that could possibly decide where the I-League trophy will be going home this season, Mohun Bagan will attempt to thwart Aizawl FC's aspiration of clinching the title....   | Read..

Liverpool's injury problem worsens

Liverpool's injury crisis has worsened ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Crystal Palace with defenders Joel Matip, Ragnar Klavan and Lucas Leiva all doubtful due to injury, manager Juerge......   | Read..

Maria must win her place: Radwanska

Former world No. 1 Maria Sharapova should not be fast-tracked into next month's French Open as she returns from a doping ban, insists Polish rival Agnieszka Radwanska....   | Read..
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