Harbhajan played cricket the Aussie way: Steve Waugh

Australians often felt that playing against Harbhajan Singh was like playing against themselves because of the way the Indian spinner approached the game, according to
former captain Steve Waugh. Continue Reading

Thailand Open: Saina, Srikanth shown the exit door

Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal crashed out of the Thailand Open in the second round while Kidambi Srikanth forfeited his match with an injury as the Indian challenge came to an end on Thursday. Continue Reading

Aussies on top after day one test match against India

It was an enthralling Day of Test cricket at Melbourne. In the first day of fourth and final Test, at a point, it seemed as if India could bundle out the Aussies for less than 300 but once again, Aussies forged a partnership. Continue Reading

Racial abuse happens a lot in Australia and SA: Gambhir

Abuse and comments on the colour of the skin happen a lot, especially in places like Australia and South Africa , and that is not acceptable, said former India captain Gautam Gambhir, referring to the recent incidents of racist comments targetted at Indian players during the third Test in Sydney. Continue Reading

Paine tenders apology

Australian captain Tim Paine on Tuesday apologised for his on-field behaviour during the drawn third Test against India here, saying that his leadership wasn’t good enough and he ended up ”looking like a fool” by sledging Ravichandran Ashwin. Continue Reading

Keen to learn a lot from Chile tour, says Dungdung

Beauty Dungdung, one of the young forwards in the Indian junior women’s hockey team, has said that the team is feeling confident in its abilities and would put up a good show in the upcoming matches on the ongoing Chile tour. Continue Reading

Saina, Kashyap, Prannoy to play Thailand Open

Ace shuttlers Saina Nehwal, Parupalli Kashyap, and HS Prannoy, who were forced to withdraw from the Thailand Open Super 1000 after they tested Covid positive earlier on Tuesday, were dramatically cleared by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) to compete by the end of the day. Continue Reading