MIAMI: World No.2 Maria Sharapova crashed out of the Miami Open hardcourt tennis tournament on Thursday, ambushed by 97th-ranked Daria Gavrilova 7-6 (7/4), 6-3.
NEW DELHI: India’s sports fraternity had nothing but praise for the efforts of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s World Cup team, which bowed out of the tournament Thursday with a 95-run semifinals loss to Austra
SYDNEY: There’s been no place like home for Australia and New Zealand on their respective paths to the World Cup final but just one of the co-hosts will enjoy that particular advantage when they meet
MELBOURNE: New Zealand seamer Tim Southee believes the Black Caps have the experience and the firepower to topple Australia in Sunday’s World Cup final in Melbourne.
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan cricketing authorities blamed a lack of fitness and the poor form of the side’s top order batsmen for failing to progress beyond the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Australia and
MUMBAI: India’s notoriously volatile fans showed rare maturity in accepting the end of their team’s reign as world champions after Thursday’s semifinal defeat against co-hosts Australia in Sydney.
If there was anything wrong with what Purefoods did in utterly destroying Alaska on Friday night was what coach Tim Cone perceived as the motivational tool he gave the Aces.
PARIS: A fine finish from captain Neymar helped secure a come-from-behind 3-1 win for Brazil over France in a friendly in Paris on Thursday as they maintained their perfect record since the return as
SHANGHAI: Olympic men’s figure skating champion Yuzuru Hanyu closed in on his second successive men’s world title Friday, taking the lead in the short program in Shanghai after the French ice dancers
UNIONDALE, New York: Anze Kopitar scored with 4:23 left and defenseman Alec Martinez had two assists as the Los Angeles Kings won the third straight game of their road trip by beating the slumping New
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