newssports14 hours ago

Today in tweets ft an ecstatic Kidambi Srikanth

Had a rough and tiring day? Cheer up, because Sportscafe brings you your evening cocktail which includes tweets by your favourite sports stars so that you don't have scroll through Twitter. So, sit back, relax and get updated on what your favourite sports celebrities have been up to today!
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newstennis14 hours ago

Asian Games | No idea about Leander Paes’ arrival, claims Zeeshan Ali

With the Asian Games just three days away, Zeeshan Ali, the captain of the Indian tennis team for the Asian Games, has revealed that he has no clue on when Leander Paes will arrive at the in Jakarta. But Rohan Bopanna voiced his optimism ahead of this year’s Asian showpiece.
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newscricket16 hours ago

India vs England | Dilip Vengsarkar backs Rishabh Pant to come through at Trent Bridge

Dilip Vengsarkar is of the opinion that Rishabh Pant, if selected ahead of the misfiring Dinesh Karthik, will be a good addition to the Indian team against England at Trent Bridge. Pant was in blistering form during this year’s IPL and has been in good touch for the India ‘A’ team on their UK tour.
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newswrestling16 hours ago

Asian Games | Lost my focus due to injury and movie, says Geeta Phogat

Geeta Phogat has claimed that her injury, which forced her to stay away from the mat for two years, and the movie ‘Dangal’ made her lose focus for a while. However, Phogat said that she is eager to come back fighting and backed Sushil Kumar and Bajrang Punia to win medals in Jakarta.
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newshockey18 hours ago

Sardar Singh beats Virat Kohli's Yo-Yo test score

Ahead of the Asian Games, Sardar Singh has thrashed Virat Kohli's yo-yo test score by scoring 21.4 which is well ahead of the cricketer's score of 19. The test has been a controversial one in India after Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, and recently Ambati Rayudu were sacked for failing the test.
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newswrestling18 hours ago

Yogeshwar Dutt stresses on the need of foreign help in coaching

Stressing on the involvement of foreign professionals for the betterment of grapplers, Yogeshwar Dutt has stated that Indian coaches lack interest in learning new techniques. CWG gold medallist Geeta Phogat also said that foreign coaches provide the skills unknown to Indian grapplers.
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newssports20 hours ago

Asian Games 2018 | Last minute accreditation and no access for horse-groomers for the Indian Equestrian Team

The Indian Equestrian team has received their accreditation only a day before they were scheduled to leave for the Asian Games. To add to the problems, their horses reached Indonesia without their grooms, creating a situation where they were ushered into the stables and left unattended for hours.
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newscricket20 hours ago

KPL 2018 | Bijapur Bulls start campaign against Hubli Tigers in Bengaluru

After ending the previous season of the KPL as the runners-up, Bijapur Bulls will look forward to starting their 2018 campaign on a high against Hubli Tigers on Thursday at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Led by Bharath Chipli, the Kiran Kattimani-owned franchise has all bases covered.
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newssports21 hours ago

Asian Games 2018 : India go down to Bahrain in preliminary men’s handball

The Indian men’s handball team was defeated by Bahrain 32-25 in a Group D preliminary round encounter of the Asian games at Kopki indoor stadium, Jakarta on Wednesday. India had also lost to Chinese Taipei 18-28 in their opening game of the competition - certainly not a performance that they wanted.
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newscricket21 hours ago

Ajit Wadekar passes away at 77

Former Indian skipper Ajit Wadekar, who led India in the famous series wins against England and West Indies in the 1970s, has breathed his last at the age of 77 at Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital on Wednesday. Wadekar was suffering from prolonged illness and was admitted in the hospital for quite sometime.
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