India’s Bopanna becomes oldest to win Grand Slam

Four years ago, Rohan Bopanna was on the edge about his future in professional tennis. A Davis Cup veteran, mixed doubles Grand Slam champion, and former doubles World No.3, Bopanna’s career was on the downslide as a string of physical issues...

Uncapped Kashvee and Vrinda make it big at WPL-2 auction

At the Women’s Premier League (WPL-2) mini-auction in Mumbai, the uncapped Indian pair of Kashvee Gautam and Vrinda Dinesh hit the jackpot when they were snapped up for a £200,000 by the Gujarat Giants and £130,000 by the UP Warriorz respectively.

Adam Azim clinches European light-welterweight title

Adam Azim clinched the European light-welterweight title, halting Franck Petitjean in the tenth round in Wolverhampton. The 21-year-old Briton delivered a dominant performance, flooring the defending champion with a body shot in the fifth. Petitjean,...

Asian Sports Foundation’s strategy launched to get more Asians into sports

Asian Sports Foundation’s (ASF) Strategy ‘Active Lives, Healthy Futures’ was launched at City Hall London on 18th September 2023. The strategy is to focus on improving the health of the Asian community living in England. Among the attendees...

Advani wins World Billiards Championship for his 26th world title

Indian cueist Pankaj Advani rallied to win the IBSF World Billiards Championship title for a staggering 26th world title, beating compatriot Sourav Kothari in the final at Doha. Trailing 26-180 in the first hour, Advani rallied to defeat the...

India finish Asian Games with record 107 medals

Out of 107, female athletes contributed 54 medals, i.e., 50.40 per cent, as India sent its largest-ever contingent with 651 athletes (329 men and 322 women). Indian athletes participated in 36 sports events and won medals in 22 disciplines....

Former cricketer Lord Ian Botham has sold prized souvenirs from his illustrious playing career, with mementoes from the 1981 Ashes win among the best-selling items. As part of the collection, the former England all-rounder and leading wicket-taker...

Despite a one-hour rain delay, the defending men's champion Novak Djokovic and the women's top seed Iga Swiatek both won their opening matches at Wimbledon. Djokovic defeated Pedro Cachin to extend his incredible streak at SW19, while Swiatek...



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