Former Brazil Star Roberto Carlos Sentenced To Jail For Unpaid Child Support
Roberto Carlos, who was capped 125 times for Brazil's national team, currently lives in Spain and works as an ambassador for Real Madrid.
Milos Raonic Out Of US Open With Wrist Injury
The US Open, final Grand Slam of the season, starts on Monday at Flushing Meadows in New York.
Hugh Jackman Posts Picture With Roger Federer, Twitter Goes Gaga
Australian actor Hugh Jackman posted a picture with tennis legend Roger Federer on Twitter.
Shahid Afridi's Whirlwind Century Leaves Shoaib Akhtar In Awe
Shahid Afridi cracked his maiden T20 century for Hampshire off just 43 balls.
Emre Can Double Gets Liverpool Back Into Champions League
Liverpool will be making their first appearance in the Champions League proper since 2014-15, when they were eliminated in the group stage.
Pro Kabaddi League: Haryana Steelers Edge Dabang Delhi 27-25
Haryana Steelers survived a second half scare as they edged past Dabang Delhi 27-25 in the Pro Kabaddi League on Wednesday.
AB De Villiers Steps Down As South Africa's ODI Captain
The talismanic AB de Villiers on Wednesday stepped down as captain of South Africa's ODI side but will be available for selection across all formats of the game.
Virat Kohli Open To Transition Talk With Sri Lanka, But Only After Series
Sri Lanka chief coach Nic Pothas had said that they would interact with the Indian team management to overcome the transition period difficulties their team is facing currently.
Long Streak Of Matches Will Help MS Dhoni Find Momentum: Virat Kohli
Mahendra Singh Dhoni's form and future has been under scanner post his Test retirement but a string of limited overs matches in the next three months will enable the former skipper to get some momentum and consistency going his way, feels skipper Virat Kohli.
Sachin Tendulkar Remembers Don Bradman On Special Occasion
Tendulkar crossed the Australian great's record of 29 Test centuries on August 23, 2002.
Wayne Rooney Announces Retirement From International Football
The English football superstar has scored 53 goals in 119 appearances for England.
Supreme Court Issues Show Cause Notice To BCCI Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary And Two Members
The Supreme Court will consider the report submitted by the CoA which wants removal of the top three BCCI office-bearers.
Reborn Rafael Nadal And Roger Federer Eye US Open Swansong
Nadal, back on top of the world rankings for the first time in three years, is a two-time winner in New York, his 2010 and 2013 titles forming part of his 15-Slam portfolio which was embellished by a record 10th French Open in June.
India vs Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI, Preview: Virat Kohli's Team Aims At Extending Winning Run
India has won all the contests in the series so far, including a nine-wicket decimation of Sri Lanka in the 1st ODI.
'Nobody Is irreplaceable': Carl Lewis Takes A Dig At Usain Bolt
Considered the greatest athlete of all time, Jamaican Bolt drew curtains on his illustrious career after a disappointing performance at the World Championship in London, where he could only win a bronze in the 100m.
Floyd Mayweather, Conor McGregor Trade Verbal Jabs as Countdown Begins
Thousands of fans including a sizeable contingent of Irish supporters thronged the heart of the Nevada boxing capital to greet Mayweather and McGregor at their separate grand arrival ceremonies.
Shahid Afridi Back To His Devastating Best In 42-Ball Hundred
Hampshire promoted Afridi to opener against the county he played for in 2003 and he swept and drove four boundaries from Wayne Madsen's first over before Calvin Dickinson took two fours from Hardus Viljoen.
Rap Song About Arsenal Supporters In Kerala Goes Viral On Social Media
Rapper Mr. SPIN waxes eloquent about the supporters of a team not always easy to support.
Mohammad Kaif Welcomes Supreme Court Verdict On Triple Talaq, Gets Trolled
His support for the landmark judgement drew him criticism from many quarters.
Karun Nair Anchors India A To Six-Wicket Win Over South Africa A
Skipper Karun Nair anchored a tricky chase with a polished 90 as India A beat South Africa A by six wickets in the second 'unofficial' Test to level the two-match series 1-1.