World Tennis Weekly #22 – Novak Djokovic Wins Title in Shanghai

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic brought home another title – this time in Shanghai while Agnieszka Radwanska, Jelena Jankovic and Anastasia Pavlyunchenkova win titles on the WTA Tour. All this and more in our weekly recap of world tennis. Novak Djokovic Wins Another Title – This Time in Shanghai The Novak Djokovic juggernaut continued to

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World Tennis Weekly #20 – Venus Williams Claims Victory

Former world no. 1 Venus Williams was back in the spotlight by bagging her biggest WTA title in more than 5 years, while David Ferrer and Tomas Berdych won titles in Asia, strengthening their hopes of making it to the ATP Tour Finals in London. Here is our recap of the week from the world of

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World Tennis Weekly #19 – Andy Murray Leads Brits Into Davis Cup Final Vs. Belgium

Tennis – Great Britain and Belgium are through to the Davis Cup final after an action-packed weekend of team tennis. Meanwhile, the women’s tour saw two lesser-knowns pick up WTA titles. Here’s our recap of the week in World Tennis. Great Britain and Belgium Set Up Unexpected Davis Cup Final It’s going to be an

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World Tennis Weekly #17 – Federer And Serena On Track

The first week of the US Open, the final Grand Slam of the season, is complete and there were plenty of talking points. While Serena Williams remains the favourite on the women’s side, the men’s title seems to be a three-way contest between Djokovic, Federer and Murray. Here’s our recap of the first week’s action at

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World Tennis Weekly #16 – US Open Kicks Off

With Kevin Anderson and Petra Kvitova picking up titles last week, all eyes now move towards New York where the US Open kicks off this week. Djokovic, Federer and Murray are the favourites for the US Open 2015 Men’s title while Serena Williams’ potential Grand Slam sweep remains the focus of attention. Here is our

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World Tennis Weekly #15 – Federer, Serena Triumph in Cincinnati

While World No. 1 Serena Williams triumphed in Cincinnati, it was the third-ranked Roger Federer who upset the world’s top two players to win the men’s title at the Western & Southern Open. Here’s our recap of the week in world tennis. Roger Federer wins the title in Cincinnati Federer Proves He’s Still Got It

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India’s Olympic Qualifiers: Wrestling

India have already begun their journey at the Olympic qualifiers with representations in athletics, men’s hockey and shooting. In this series of write-ups, Sports Rediscovered will bring to you one sport each week and its players’ path for the Rio Olympics 2016. Indian wrestlers have a good chance in the Olympic Qualifiers for the Rio

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Sports Stats Weekly #4: Indian Kabaddi team

When a sport like Kabaddi makes it to the International stage, an Indian is quite confident that there is no country that can dethrone India. And, that is mostly applicable and very true. India cannot be dethroned in Kabaddi, at least it has not been challenged in any International event so far. However, there was

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World Tennis Weekly #11 – Australia & Great Britain In DC Semis

Andy Murray and Lleyton Hewitt scored incredible wins in the Davis Cup to help their countries reach the semi-finals. Meanwhile, as other top players were absent from the regular tour circuit, Rajeev Ram, Anna Karolina Schmiedlova and Johanna Larsson won titles as we recap the week in international tennis. Great Britain and Australia Reach Davis

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Indian Football Executes World Cup Dream

It is no secret that India’s performance in football is below par, especially in comparison with countries which are better equipped. Be it playing on FIFA match days, training facilities, equipment or an established league – India is no where close to even Asian powerhouses like Japan, South Korea and Iran, leave along even competing

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