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  • Australian Open 2017: Djoker No More

    One of the most dominating streaks in individual sport over the last decade – that of Novak Djokovic’s hold over tennis’s first Grand Slam of the year at Melbourne – ended today. If there were ever a sign that the former World No. 1...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 19, 2017
  • Weekly Roundup: The Week That Was

    On the first “serious” movie week of the year, three films – two Indian, one major Hollywood franchise flick – release this Friday. Shaad Ali’s Ok Jaanu, a remake of his guru Mani Ratnam’s Tamil-language Ok Kanmani, Shlok Sharma’s stuck-in-CBFC-hell indie Haraamkhor and, of...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 13, 2017
  • Preview: The 2017 Australian Open

    A year after Novak Djokovic was on top of the world, on his way to winning everything there was to win as a men’s singles tennis player, things are slightly different. Starting Monday, the 2017 Australian Open begins in Melbourne, a week after the...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 12, 2017
  • Tennis 2017: The First Tournaments

    As usual, four distinct ATP250 tournaments kick off the new ATP season, all in separate parts of the globe. The first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open in Melbourne, will begin on January 16, before which the following contests serve as warm-ups...

    Rahul DesaiJanuary 2, 2017
  • 6 Greatest Sporting Moments of 2016

    No, the year hasn’t ended. George Michaels’ heart stopped beating this Christmas, and he joins the legion of superstars up there – most of them victims of 2016. Imagining Prince, David Bowie and Michaels in a concert is quite something. The year’s ‘In Memorium’...

    Rahul DesaiDecember 27, 2016
  • Sports Roundup 2016: Athletes Of The Year

    You saw this coming. The year-enders are here. And you’ve waited for this, too, as much as we’ve waited to compile them for you. As we go through the best and the worst of each year every December, it also puts into perspective the...

    Rahul DesaiDecember 14, 2016
  • F1: Five Potential Teammates for Lewis Hamilton

    So that’s that, then. Nico Rosberg is gone, just like that. The 31-year-old is still alive, but F1 will miss him. Mercedes will miss him, given that he has been loyal to them for six seasons, and that he outraced a second-innings Michael Schumacher...

    Rahul DesaiDecember 6, 2016

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