November 26 was the 94th birth anniversary of squash legend Roshan Khan, who won the coveted British Open title in 1957. He could have claimed more...
There were questions about him at the start of the World Cup, but by the end of it, he killed all the chatter
By consistently losing big-ticket games, the Indians have earned the tag that used to be South Africa’s
The win clinched Serbia’s spot in the semifinals of the Davis Cup Finals for the second time in the last three years
R&A CEO Martin Slumbers says distance rollback decisions will be revealed by end of the year
Pakistan football team’s dismal showing against Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan in the 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers is not surprising at all
This was the third consecutive World Cup in which we failed to qualify for the last-four stage
They did many things right, but many things wrong in the semi-final too, and will go back and reflect on a World Cup campaign that could have ended...
The Aussies don’t so much have big match energy as a big match state of general existence
Babar Azam was fully exposed as lacking in strategic acumen required to lead a team at a major event like the World Cup