Grieving Tsitsipas pulls out of Wimbledon warm-up in Halle
Stefanos Tsitsipas pulled out of the Wimbledon warm-up event in Halle, Germany, on Monday because of personal reasons after surrendering a two-set lead in his defeat against Novak Djokovic in Sunday's French Open final. Greece's Tsitsipas accepted a wild card into the ATP 500 grasscourt event in Halle and was also scheduled to play doubles with his younger brother Petros.
Rahane offers Test batting tips to Mithali & Co ahead of England Test
Playing close to the body, working on mindset and setting small targets are some of tips that Indian men's Test team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane gave to Mithali Raj & Co ahead of their first red-ball game in seven years, against England.
WTC Final: NZ's variety of fast bowlers will challenge Kohli, feels Parthiv
Former Team India wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel feels Virat Kohli needs to give himself a bit of time in regards to his batting ahead of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship final against New Zealand. "I think probably he will have to give himself a bit of time and try to think about what he did in 2018 - where he got a number of hundreds.
Danish players criticise decision to resume game after Eriksen collapse
Denmark's goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and striker Martin Braithwaite on Monday lamented that they had to choose whether to restart the Denmark-Finland Euro 2020 match while they were reeling from Christian Eriksen's mid-game collapse.
Swinging ball could be a problem for Rohit Sharma: Scott Styris
Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris feels India opener Rohit Sharma might find it difficult to negotiate the swinging ball during the World Test Championship final against the Kiwis, beginning in Southampton on June 18.
Djokovic, Federer, Nadal: Who's the greatest of them all?
Novak Djokovic's French Open triumph, which made him only the third man to win all four majors twice and took him halfway to a rare calendar Grand Slam, has reignited the debate over who is the greatest male player of all time.
Eriksen in 'good spirits', remains under observation: Agent
Christian Eriksen's agent has said the Danish player is in "good spirits" but anxious to find out the cause of his cardiac arrest during his country's opening Euro 2020 game. "We spoke this morning (Sunday). He was joking, and in good spirits, I found him well," Martin Schoots told Italian media on Monday. "He was gone, and we did cardiac resuscitation," said the doctor.
Fewer opportunities to mingle and more in Olympic Village
Tokyo Olympic organisers plan to give away about 150,000 condoms at next month's Games, but are telling athletes to take them home rather than use them in the Olympic village where social distancing rules and coronavirus measures are the top priority.
Want to pay tribute to COVID warriors by winning medal in Tokyo: Manpreet Singh
Indian men's hockey team captain Manpreet Singh says they will leave no stone unturned to end their four decade-long medal drought at the Tokyo Olympics and has vowed to dedicate the achievement to the country's COVID warriors.
There are a lot of battles we fight within ourselves: Krunal Pandya
As a travelling athlete, life was already tough. Staying away from family, sometimes for months on end, living pretty much out of suitcases in hotel rooms, while having to stay completely focused on the job at hand. Not allowing your focus to waver at all. After all international sport can be an unforgiving entity. And now the bio-bubbles have made that life tougher.