Sep 20, 2014

A goddess who is so human!

Serena Williams now has 18 Grand Slam singles titles and there is already talk of her being the greatest women’s tennis player ever. The hunger ...

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A goddess who is so human!

Serena Williams now has 18 Grand Slam singles titles and there is already talk of her being the greatest women’s tennis player ever. The hunger ...

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The hunger for success remains

The mixed doubles title at the U.S. Open could not have come at a better time for Sania Mirza. “It is the kind of victory that should help me ...

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How important is a manager?

It is all too embarrassingly obvious that the 3-5-2 formation which Louis Van Gaal had so profitably employed with Holland in the 2014 World ...

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Settling in at Chelsea

Cesar Azpilicueta has cemented the left-back berth at Stamford Bridge and has played a big part in a strong start to the campaign for Jose ...

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Let the Games begin

China is streets ahead of the rest in the Asian sporting arena and should comfortably maintain its hegemony at the Incheon Games. By Stan ...

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More than welcome return

The deal that took Gylfi Sigurdsson back to Swansea from Tottenham was finalised on July 23 and he capped his first EPL game back with a late ...

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To Incheon with hope

How many gold medals will India win in the Asian Games? It will be nice to put a number but then that would be risky business, writes Stan ...

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A parting that has shaken Indian badminton

The recent break between star player Saina Nehwal and her famous coach Pullela Gopi Chand has raised a host of questions regarding the state of ...

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A leg up for kabaddi

The Pro Kabaddi League has helped change the perception of the sport and its performers. People now realise that more than being a healthy ...

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Ready for an Indian adventure

Manuel Friedrich, who has played for the German national team under Jurgen Klinsmann and Joachim Loew, will soon be busy trying to acclimatise ...