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‘Will have to keep his ego aside’, Kapil Dev weighs in on Virat Kohli’s decision to step down as Test captain, says was probably...
Kapil Dev felt that Virat Kohli did the right thing by stepping aside, as he didn't appear to be "enjoying" captaincy anymore
Novak Djokovic to miss Australian Open as he loses appeal against the cancellation of visa, to be deported soon
Australian federal court dismisses appeal of Novak Djokovic against cancellation of his visa by immigration minister
Ravish Kumar’s removal of a 10-year-old critical tweet on Virat Kohli demonstrates how real performance is rarely a factor for the Left-liberals when choosing...
It just goes out to show that the 'liberals' don't really care about his real performance as an athlete, but as long as his views fuel their propaganda, Kohli is just a useful tool for them.
The decision to quit as captain came following the defeat in test series against South Africa where India lost to the host 1-2
In a recent, Novak Djokovic won his legal battle against the Australian government in an Australian court.
Tasnim Mir, a junior category shuttler, has become the world's number-1 badminton player in the women's singles category of Under-19.
‘Sneaky a**hole’ – Journalists criticise Djokovic for hiding COVID info in declaration form in a viral clip
The newsreaders' rant was a reaction to the reports that Djokovic has admitted there were errors in his travel documents for the Australian Open.
BCCI ends association with Chinese mobile maker Vivo as IPL title sponsors, finds new partner in Tata group of companies
BCCI has decided to exit the partnership with Chinese mobile manufacturer Vivo as the title sponsor of IPL once and for all and instead collaborate with the Tata Group
Djokovic’s participation in Australian Open still unsure as threat of deportation persists, Australian minister mulls personally considering his case
The government's counsel soon hinted that Hawke was mulling over to revoke Djokovic's visa again
Australia: Novak Djokovic held in Melbourne ‘immigrant hotel’, Serbian president calls it ‘political witch hunt’
In dramatic developments on January 6, Novak Djokovic's visa was cancelled and the Australian Border Force had announced that he will not be allowed into the country.