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French Open: Big win for Bopanna

The never-say-die spirit came to the fore as Rohan Bopanna and Matwe Middelkoop saved five match points to kno...

Novak-Nadal clash on track

Rafael Nadal hammered Dutch 26th seed Botic van de Zandschulp 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in the French Open third round on ...
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Neeraj Chopra shuns pressure

A World Championships medal is definitely in his mind, but star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra on Saturday said...

Bond well & be brave, the Pandya way

An anxious Hardik Pandya sitting in the Gujarat Titans dugout, biting his nails and hoping the thrilling finis...

‘Difficult to predict result’

Igor Stimac, India’s national football team coach, thinks it will be foolish to ignore Real Madrid in th...

Jamil set to coach I-League Div II side

Khalid Jamil, who has an enviable track record as coach, is all set to helm Bengaluru United FC, an I-League d...

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Sports  /  Published 29.05.22

Djokovic game for Australia tour

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic said on Friday he would like to return to play in Australia again despite being deported from the country earlier this year for not being vaccinated against Covid-19. The 2...
By Reuters in Paris

Sports  /  Published 29.05.22

Uncle Toni’s dilemma

Nephew or protégé? That’s the dilemma Toni Nadal will face when his ward Felix Auger-Aliassime takes on his nephew, the 13-time champion Raphael Nadal, in a French Open fourth roun...
By Our Bureau in Paris

Sports  /  Published 29.05.22

Swiatek shifts gear in time

Top-ranked Iga Swiatek ran into a spot of bother as she beat Danka Kovinic of Montenegro 6-3, 7-5 to reach the fourth round of the French Open and extend her winning streak to 31 matches on Saturday. ...
By Reuters in Paris

Sports  /  Published 28.05.22

French Open: Big win for Bopanna

The never-say-die spirit came to the fore as Rohan Bopanna and Matwe Middelkoop saved five match points to knock out Mate Pavic and Nikola Mektic, the reigning Wimbledon champions, from the Roland Gar...
By Our bureau and PTI in Paris

Sports  /  Published 28.05.22

Neeraj Chopra shuns pressure

A World Championships medal is definitely in his mind, but star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra on Saturday said he will go into the showpiece in July without taking too much pressure, which did the tri...
By Philem Dipak Singh in New Delhi

Cricket  /  Published 28.05.22

Beyond Virat and Rohit in helm

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By Our Bureau in Calcutta

Football  /  Published 28.05.22

‘Difficult to predict result’

Igor Stimac, India’s national football team coach, thinks it will be foolish to ignore Real Madrid in the Champions League final against Liverpool on Saturday.  “Liverpool are stronge...
By Angshuman Roy in Calcutta

Football  /  Published 28.05.22

Jamil set to coach I-League Div II side

Khalid Jamil, who has an enviable track record as coach, is all set to helm Bengaluru United FC, an I-League division II club. Khalid’s contract is likely to be for one year. Bengaluru United F...
By Angshuman Roy in Calcutta

Cricket  /  Published 28.05.22

Bond well & be brave, the Pandya way

An anxious Hardik Pandya sitting in the Gujarat Titans dugout, biting his nails and hoping the thrilling finish goes their way has been a common sight of IPL 2022. And after every exciting climax, he...
By Indranil Majumdar

Cricket  /  Published 28.05.22

Wins don’t just happen, Sanga explains why

Toss factor Royals captain Sanju Samson said the toss played a big role. “The wicket, bowling first, was a bit sticky and helping the fast bowlers. The bounce was good, which made it easier to ...
By Our Bureau


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