The Worlds Favourite Playground
Guaranteed of becoming the first Indian woman to make it to the helm of the world rankings in badminton, Saina Nehwal marched to the finals of the $275,000 Indian Open, defeating Japan's Yui Hashimoto in straight games at New Delhi.
Nehwal won the match by a scoreline of 21-15, 21-11, with her encounter against the World No. 37 lasting 44 minutes.
Reigning World Champion Lewis Hamilton grabbed his second pole position of the new season at the Malaysian Grand Prix, following a rain-hit qualifying session in Sepang.
The 30 year old Mercedes ace finished with a time of 1 minute, 49.834 seconds, 0.074 seconds ahead of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton’s teammate Nico Rosberg was third quickest, while Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo was able to grab 4th position in the qualifiers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers' recent dominance carried over to a trouncing of one of the best teams in the Western Conference.
The Cavaliers built a 29-point lead in the third quarter, maintained the cushion through the fourth and defeated Memphis 111-89 on Wednesday night, handing the Grizzlies their biggest home loss of the season.
India's defence of their ICC Cricket World Cup title came to a disappointing end at the hands of Australia on a spin-friendly wicket at Sydney as the hosts cruised to a 96 run win to advance to their 7th World Cup final.
Australia won an important toss in the morning and made the easy decision to bat first on what looked like a belter of a wicket at the SCG. Both teams came into this game unchanged, with the underdog Indians hoping to pick up their first win in 4 months a...
James Harden found all the cracks in Indiana's defense Monday night.
The three-time All-Star scored 19 of his 44 points in the fourth quarter; including 12 during a decisive 4-minute flurry that helped the Houston Rockets pull away for a 110-100 victory over the Pacers, who have lost six in a row.
Even against one of the NBA's staunchest defenses.
A game very much worthy of being a final saw New Zealand beat South Africa with 1 ball to spare to advance to their first ever ICC Cricket World Cup Final at Eden Park tonight.
South Africa, who won the toss and opted to bat first, were left to rue that decision when rain played spoilsport towards the end of their innings, costing them 7 crucial overs that could have made the difference between winning and losing today.
It was a happy return to the Californian desert for world no.1 Novak Djokovic as he overcame a mid-match hiccup to beat Swiss legend Roger Federer in three sets in the Final of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells.
Djokovic, the defending champion, came into this match having lost his last two meetings with Federer, but played the better tennis for large periods, picking up a well deserved 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-2 win.
Barcelona avenged their last El Clasico loss by defeating Real Madrid 2-1 at the Nou Camp to go 4 points clear on top of La Liga standings.
The high profile encounter commenced in a predictable way, with both the sides exchanging possession and tussling for the ball. Barcelona had a chance to go ahead early on in the game when Andres Iniesta, barged inside from the left wing, supplying a good cross inside, which was however deflected out.
Chelsea survived a comeback scare from Hull City, despite going ahead by 2 goals in the opening stages of their match, to notch up a 3-2 win over the Tigers at the KC Stadium.
The Blues started off strongly and got the lead early on in the game with some great piece of teamwork by Jose Mourinho’s boys. Diego Costa was tackled 35 yards from the goal, and he somehow managed to pass the ball on to Eden Hazard, with the latter taking a touch or two before shooting it past All...
Manchester United completed a Premier League double over arch rivals Liverpool to end their unbeaten run in the league in 2015, with a well-deserved 2-1 away win at Anfield, despite a late-game onslaught by the hosts, even though they were a man down.
With managers of both the sides having named unchanged starting lineups from their last Premier League matches, the game began with both teams looking to pile pressure on each other by drawing first blood. United, to be fair...
An Olivier Giroud brace helped Arsenal edge past a fighting Newcastle side to further consolidate their position in the Premier League table, and heap pressure on Manchester United and Liverpool ahead of the match between the sides tomorrow.
Both teams started off well. While Newcastle threatened with their initial counterattacking moves, with Ayoze Perez having a couple of early attempts blocked, Arsenal pressed with some really good show of teamwork, with the likes of A...