England's journey from being dumped by Bangladesh in 2015 to ultimate glory in 2019
In this piece we make an attempt to trace out how PKL has played a vital role in popularizing the homegrown sport and how the response by the Indian audience has given an opportunity to the promoters to bring the league back for its seventh season. With complete sponsorship and revenue analysis we review how PKL may overtake the IPL as India’s premier sports broadcasting event in the coming future.
Sebastian Vettel's talent highly poses a doubt. But where his 2019 form goes, then he's hardly looked the part of a champion. It makes sense that he tries again but focuses on 2020.
The Black Caps were being labeled as the ‘luckiest side’ in the tournament as they scraped through to the semis because of a positive Net Run Rate, and narrowly managed to edge past the likes of South Africa, Bangladesh, West Indies, and later India. Here is how Kiwi's were clinical in winning hearts if not the trophy.
Antoine Greizmann finally got his move away from Atletico and Barcelona have acquired a sensational player. But with too many forwards already in the team, we look at how he will fit in.
The paparazzi is busy covering only the multi-million stars so, in this feature we put forward an attempt to highlight the laurels of our real champions who gained success outside the Indian isle.
Nick Kyrgios has always grabbed the headlines and mostly for the wrong reasons. In this piece, we make the case for the enigmatic persona that brings a different dimension to the routine world of tennis.
The 106th edition of the Tour de France celebrates 100 years of the maillot jaune, and the race also honours Eddy Merckx with its Grand Départ from Brussels. In this piece we educate you every aspect of Tour de France 2019.
Tottenham coughed up a sensational 55 million pounds for young French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele making him the biggest signing in their history. In this piece, we talk about Ndombele and whether it was the right move for Tottenham.
The Big 3 who have dominated the competition for a decade now have won 14 Wimbledon titles altogether and will further look to cement their legacy forward. But it isn't to conclude that the gentlemen's tennis is lacking enough talent or other strong contenders. There is a strong core of the 'Generation Y' who can de-throne the so-called BIG 3.