Indian Wheelchair tennis star Shiva Prasad is doing his bit for Para-athletes

The Rio Olympics is just a matter of months away and the sports fans of India have started to rally around the Indian athletes. All the attention, glitz, and glamor get focused to the Summer Olympic Games in this time frame; but we always fail to give attention to the Para-Olympics, which happens later. While

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Maria Sharapova Confirms Failing Drug Test

Five-time Grand slam champion and current world number seven, Maria Sharapova has come out with a shocking announcement which said that she failed the dope test at Australian Open. Maria said that she is not sure about the punishment that she will receive for her ‘mistake’ and said that a change in the World Anti-Doping

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French Open Is The Toughest Grand Slam, Says Sania Mirza

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has said that French Open is the toughest grand slam to win. Sania claimed that clay is clearly not the strong suit for her and her partner Martina Hingis. Hingis and Sania Mirza have won three grand slams titles in a row and they will be looking to extend the

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Sania Mirza, Martina Hingis Finally Stopped!

The Indo-Swiss duo has been on a roll in the women’s tennis circuit since the past year, winning match after match and tournament after tournament almost engraving their names in the history books. The duo fell short by just a couple of wins to equalize the record of Jana Novotna and Natasha Zvereva for the

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Indian Dominance Uncontested At South Asian Games

For the sixth consecutive day at the South Asian Games India continued its gold rush with another 15 gold medals on the day and 53 in total. At the end of the day, India succeeded in lifting the lead to more than 100 gold medals over second placed Sri Lanka, who only managed to add

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India Extends Lead At South Asian Games

India’s position on top of the leader-board at the ongoing South Asian Games has become more solid. The team bagged a whopping 70 medals on the fifth day dominating over its regional competitors. This takes India’s medal tally at the games to 194, finishing the day six short of 200. However, India’s nearest competitors Sri

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India Lose To Japan In Fed Cup

The Indian team went down 2-1 to Japan in the Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Zone group I at the True Arena Hua Hin in Thailand. The first match of the tie saw Eri Hozumi defeat Prarthana G. Thombare. The Japanese star won the game with a score of 6-2, 6-1 to give Japan a 1-0 lead

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Novak Djokovic Wins Sixth Australian Open Crown

In a not-so-expected finish at the Australian Open men’s singles, top seed Novak Djokovic pulled a rather comfortable victory against second seed Andy Murray. This win extends his record down under making it five titles in the past six years and the sixth Australian Open title in his career. Quick finish for Novak Djokovic Perhaps,

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Australian Open: Sania Mirza And Martina Hingis Win Women Doubles

The Indo-Swiss pair start their year 2016 with another Grand Slam win kick-starting from exactly where they left in 2015. The duo registered numerous records last year and they make their intentions for the year 2016 quite clear at the Australian Open. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis defeated the Czech pair in straight sets to

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Australian Open: Andy Murray Books Semi-Final Berth

Second seed at the Australian Open and Britain’s top singles player overcame a fighting David Ferrer to book a semi-final berth at the Australian Open. It will not be an easy match for Andy Murray when he enters the court against Milos Raonic, who has already registered a major upset in the fourth round defeating

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