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featuresports2 months ago

Mental Strength Matters - a comprehensive case study

Regardless of the profession or prowess, stress and pressures evade nobody. It is the same with athletes irrespective of the sport. It is only with experience that players develop 'mental strength' that furnishes them with an edge over the rest while simultaneously helping to manage pressure.
Aryan Joshi
newscricket7 months ago

Reports | PCB confident of making profit from postponed PSL season

The PCB is reportedly confident of generating profit from the PSL after the tournament was called off in its semi-final stages due to the impending danger of the COVID-19 pandemic. The governing body shared that it is planning to refund the ticket amounts to the fans for the canceled knockout games.
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newstennis2 years ago

Rohan Bopanna confident ahead of Wimbledon

Indian tennis ace Rohan Bopanna has voiced his confidence ahead of the upcoming Grand Slam on grass adding that he always enters every tournament with the expectation of winning. The 2017 French Open winner did, however, confirm that he did not have a mixed doubles partner as of now.
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newstennis3 years ago

ATP World Tour Finals | Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer placed in opposite groups

Top-seeded Rafael Nadal has been picked in the Pete Sampras group alongside Dominic Thiem, Grigor Dimitrov, and David Goffin for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals that begins on Sunday. Roger Federer will lead the Boris Becker Group, which has Alexander Zverev, Marin Cilic, and Jack Sock.
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newscricket3 years ago

Ramachandra Guha questions CoA on Kohli-Kumble row

In a letter addressed to Vinod Rai, Ramachandra Guha, who resigned from CoA yesterday, has launched a scathing attack on the CoA for their cavalier approach to the Kohli-Kumble saga. Guha also added the players enjoyed too much power that had resulted in the superstar culture going berserk.
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reportbadminton3 years ago

Saina Nehwal enters quarterfinal of Thailand Open

Former world no.1 Saina Nehwal advanced to the quarter-final of the Thailand Open on Thursday after securing a straight set win over Malaysia’s Lee Ying Ying 21-11, 21-14 in the pre-quarterfinal clash. In men’s category, Singapore Open champion Sai Praneeth also eased into the quarter-final.
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newstennis4 years ago

Urmi and Yashad take the singles crown, while Kawaliya & Jaimin claim the doubles title

The PDPU Open Tennis Championship is the first event of its kind to be organized on such a large scale by a group of university students in Gujarat, with around 200 players from across the country participating in this gala.
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newstennis4 years ago

Day 5 results and all set for the finals

The moment we have all been waiting for is here. The PDPU Open Tennis Championship is in the final stage with the final contenders staking their claim for the title.
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newstennis4 years ago

Day 4 Results and Day 5 Fixtures - Live from PDPU Open Tennis Championship 2016

Singles or Doubles, Women or Men - the Championship is entering the final stages. Who will be the winner of this coveted trophy?
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newstennis4 years ago

Day 3 Results and Day 4 Fixtures - Live from PDPU Open Tennis Championship 2016

The action is heating up - the Men's Singles enters QFs, the Doubles matches proceed and Women finally enter the fray.
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