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  • Hockey World Cup: India beat South Africa, finish joint 9th, lowest ever by a host nation January 28, 2023
    India's campaign in the Men's Hockey World Cup ended with a second consecutive win in the placement playoffs at the Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium in Rourkela on Saturday. Fans in Odisha once again took every available seat in the 20,000-capacity stadium to stand with the home team in what has been an otherwise sorry campaign for India, who beat South […]
  • Belarusian Sabalenka crowned first 'neutral' Grand Slam champion January 28, 2023
    With daring, resolve and a thunderous forehand, Aryna Sabalenka rose above geopolitical tumult to become the first player to claim a Grand Slam title as a neutral at the Australian Open. The big-hitting Belarusian overhauled Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina 4-6 6-3 6-4 in the final at Rod Laver Arena on Saturday while barred from representing the eastern Eu […]
  • Home wildcards win Australian Open men's doubles title January 28, 2023
    Wildcard home duo Rinky Hijikata and Jason Kubler won a first Grand Slam crown with victory in the men's doubles final at the Australian Open on Saturday. The Australians did a celebratory chest bump and hugged tightly after defeating duo Hugo Nys of Monaco and Poland's Jan Zielinski 6-4, 7-6 (7/4), to the delight of the home crowd at Rod Laver Are […]
  • Mithali Raj roped in as WPL side Gujarat Giants' mentor January 28, 2023
    Former India cricket captain Mithali Raj has been roped in as mentor and advisor by Women's Premier League (WPL) side Gujarat Giants ahead of the inaugural season, which will take place in March-April this year. Mithali, the highest run-getter in women's international cricket, had retired last year from all formats after a 23-year-long career.
  • Elena Rybakina to enter top 10 but says career boost won't change her January 28, 2023
    Elena Rybakina will become the first Kazakh tennis player to enter the top 10 singles world rankings after her run to the Australian Open final on Saturday, making up somewhat for the points she missed out on in her Wimbledon triumph last summer. But the Russian-born player said the lift would not change her.

 


 

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