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KOLKATA: Sourav Ganguly remained a man at peace with the world even after news spread on Tuesday that Ravi Shastri, not the best of friends, was applying for the Indian cricket team coaching job. Former captain Ganguly is a member of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) that will select Anil Kumble’s replacement. That the two are not the best of friends is well- documented, but Ganguly seemed to be unperturbed with the latest development.

 
         Federer poised for record Wimbledon triumph    
 
 
LONDON: Twelve months after shutting down his season in the wake of a devastating semi-final defeat, Roger Federer returns to Wimbledon as favourite to capture a record-breaking eighth title and become the tournament's oldest champion. The evergreen Swiss superstar, who turns 36 in August, has stunned the critics who wrote him off as yesterday's man when he went down to Milos Raonic in five gruelling sets on Centre Court in 2016.

 
         FIFA discloses damaging Qatar World Cup bid report    
 
Lausanne: FIFA has released a long-withheld report on alleged corruption in awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar after more leaks deepened the controversy surrounding the vote.

 
         Need to be consistent to win big events, says Prannoy    
 
Hyderabad: Shuttler H S Prannoy, who shot to fame by shocking Olympic champion Chen Long and silver medallist Lee Chong Wei in the recent Indonesia Super Series Premier, is aiming to be more consistent in his bid to win big titles.

 
         Kumble-Kohli rift should've been handled better: Ganguly    
 
 
Kolkata: Coach Anil Kumble and captain Virat Kohli's dressing room rift after India's Champions Trophy final loss should have been handled in a matured way, former skipper Sourav Ganguly said today. One of the three members of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) that has the power to pick the coach, Ganguly said: "The matter between Kumble and Kohli should have been handled a lot better, by whoever in charge. It was not handled properly."

 
         India finish second in Junior Shooting World Championship    
 
New Delhi: The Indian shooting squad today finished a creditable second at the ISSF Junior World Championship with three gold, two silver and three bronze medals in Suhl, Germany.

 
         Bumrah rises to second spot in T20 rankings    
 
 
DUBAI: India's death overs specialist Jasprit Bumrah has risen to the second spot in the latest ICC T20I Rankings for bowlers.

 
         Jeevan's life: lucky, unlucky and lucky again    
 
 
New Delhi: In the last 24 hours, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan endured a heartbreaking development, fought stress while waiting for a 'yes' and eventually came out smiling to live his Wimbledon dream. For the first time in his career, Jeevan earned a chance to make his Grand Slam debut but an ankle injury to his partner Hyeon Chung almost killed his dream.

 
         Aditi Ashok records career-best finish on LPGA tour    
 
Arkansas (US): Leading Indian golfer Aditi Ashok secured a career-best tied 25th finish in LPGA's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship here. Aditi totalled eight-under 208 with rounds of 70, 64 and 71.

 
         Mahindra Racing to exit Moto3 at end of 2017    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Mahindra racing, winner of three races in the 2016 Moto3 World Championship, debuting six years ago, will end its participation in the series after the conclusion of the 2017 season to focus more on electric vehicle racing.

 
         BAI announces Rs 5 lakh for Srikanth    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Badminton Association of India (BAI) Sunday announced a cash award of Rs 5 lakh to Kidambi Srikanth for clinching the Australian Open Super Series title in Sydney.

 
         Super Srikanth lifts Australian Open Super Series    
 
 
SYDNEY: Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth notched up his second successive Super Series title with a stunning straight-game triumph over reigning Olympic and world champion Chen Long in the Australian Open summit clash here on Sunday.

 
         Shiv Kapur makes cut, but slips to T-42nd in Germany    
 
Munich: After a good opening day, Indian golfer Shiv Kapur scored 72 on successive rounds to lie Tied- 42nd at the BMW International Open here.

 
         India thrash Pak 6-1 in Hockey World League    
 
 
LONDON: India walloped Pakistan 6-1 in in a 5-8 classification play-off in the Hockey World League semi-final in London on Saturday.

 
         Kohli & Co. to take on Windies in opening ODI    
 
 
PORT OF SPAIN: India will aim to put all on-field controversies regarding their head coach Anil Kumble's exit to rest when they take on West Indies in the opening ODI of the five-match series at the Queen's Park Oval here on Friday.

 
         Sindhu, Nehwal reach Australian Open quarters    
 
 
SYDNEY: Rio-Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu produced a spectacular performance as she fended off Chen Xiaoxin of China in straight games to cement her place in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open Super Series here on Thursday.

 
         Srikanth, Saina, Praneeth advance in Australian Open    
 
 
SYDNEY: Indian shuttlers had a mixed day at the Australian Open Super Series as Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth and B Sai Praneeth progressed to the second round but four others were knocked out in the first round itself, here.

 
         Just saying, stuck to a coach I hated, for 20 years Bindra    
 
 
NEW DELHI: He didn't take any names but the reference to Indian cricket's latest drama was hard to miss as India's lone individual Olympic gold-medallist Abhinav Bindra revealed how he stuck to a coach he hated, for 20 years.

 
         BCCI to invite more applications for coach's post    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The BCCI has decided to invite more applications for the post of Indian team's coach to give Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) a wide range of options for picking a suitable candidate.

 
         Malayali stars Jishnu, Sahal in Kerala blasters    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Two more Malayali soccer stars have found their place in the next season of Kerala blasters’ team. Mid fielders Jishnu Balakrishnan and Sahal Abdul Samad, who played for Kerala in Santhosh Trophy, have signed three years’ contract with Blasters, which had long before wanted more Kerala players to be included in the team. Jishnu reached Super League from Gokulam FC. Sahal is SN College team member.

 
         Dravid urges decisive call on Dhoni, Yuvraj's role in team    
 
 
New Delhi: Time has come for India to take decisions with focus on the 2019 World Cup and that includes a call on the role of MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh in the current team, feels former captain Rahul Dravid.

 
         Champions Trophy 2021 in doubt, ICC mulls 2 WT20s in 4 years    
 
London: The next Champions Trophy scheduled in India could be scrapped to accommodate two World Twenty20 Championships in a four-year cycle, the International Cricket Council's CEO David Richardson has revealed. India, who hold the hosting rights for the next Champions Trophy in 2021, lost the title to Pakistan by 180 runs in the finals at The Oval on Sunday.

 
         Kumble steps down as India coach    
 
 
New Delhi, PTI: India cricket coach Anil Kumble today stepped down from his position after a widely-speculated feud with captain Virat Kohli, marking a bitter end to a highly successful tenure.

 
         Rift widens: Team India leaves for West Indies without Kumble    
 
 
LONDON: India head coach Anil Kumble did not accompany the cricket team, which left on Tuesday for West Indies for the limited-overs series.

 
         Babita wants to start academy for young wrestlers    
 
 
HYDERABAD: Top woman wrestler Babita Kumari Phogat today said she would like to set up an academy to train young wrestlers. "I would like to start an academy wherever we get the facilities. If it is in Haryana, there are so many sportspersons. I think you will get one wrestler from every household," she told reporters here.

 
         India fall to China on Day 1 of BRICS Games    
 
New Delhi: The Indian basketball team lost to China 57-97 despite a strong performance from star player Amjyot Singh Gill on the opening day of the BRICS Games 2017 in Guangzhou, China.

 
         Hope teams will now come and play in Pakistan: Sarfraz    
 
 
London: "Not just today, not just tomorrow, this day will be remembered in Pakistan for years to come," said a beaming Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed as he made a passionate plea to other nations to play international cricket in their country. No major cricketing nation has toured Pakistan since the terrorist attack on Sri Lanka team back in 2009.

 
         Pakistan sink India by 180 runs to lift maiden Champions Trophy    
 
 
OVAL: An inspired Pakistan hammered a blundering India by 180 runs to lift the ICC Champions Trophy, riding on a scintillating hundred from rookie opener Fakhar Zaman and a sensational bowling spell from Mohammad Amir.

 
         Srikanth clinches Indonesia Open title    
 
 
JAKARTA: Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth lifted the Indonesia Super Series Premier men's singles title, beating Japan's Kazumasa Sakai in the final here Sunday.

 
         India win toss, elect to bowl against Pakistan in CT final    
 
 
LONDON: India won the toss and elected to bowl against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final here Sunday. India are unchanged for the match, while Pakistan have brought back fit-again Mohammad Amir into the playing XI.

 
 
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