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    IPL 2019: Players Who Fell Below The Expectations

    Mumbai Indians won their fourth title at the IPL 2019 defeating the Chennai Super Kings by 1 run. The IPL 2019 was one of the most entertaining editions with the season providing a visual treat to the eyes of the fans. The season showcased the teams competing with each other at a very high level. Even in the last week of the league stages, 5 teams were competing for a place in the playoffs. While...

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    Remembering The Best IPL Finals Of All Time

    Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians have already booked their place in the IPL finals 2019, contending for a record fourth IPL title. They will face the Chennai Super Kings in the finals who defeated the Delhi Capitals in the qualifier 2 of the IPL 2019. Mumbai Indians have had a four-day break to rest and refresh their minds after a highly pressurised season. While it will be a bit hectic for the MS...

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    IPL Finals 2019: Interesting IPL Finals Facts

    The IPL finals 2019 is all set to start on Sunday evening. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings are all set for the clash of a record fourth IPL title. Mumbai already booked their place in the IPL finals 2019, defeating CSK in the qualifier 1 of the IPL playoffs 2019. While CSK reached the finals after beating Delhi Capitals in the qualifier 2, yesterday. The two franchises will meet each other for...

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    Charlie Whiting: A Man F1 Never Wanted But Always Needed

    Three things in life are the hardest to handle. First is the truth. You can't hide or deny it. Second, losing out on a loved one. Obviously, who'd wish to? And that told, third, losing out to a loved one- for competing against anyone is but human nature. To that regard, it comes across as a sad and telling that Charlie Whiting, who until 2018 F1 season was the FIA Formula One...

    • 2 months ago
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    A Tribute To Marcos Baghdatis - The Forgotten Legend

    2006 Australian Open final, Federer and Baghdatis The former World Number 8 tennis player, Marcos Baghdatis has ousted the new generation tennis player, Lucas Pouille in the Open Sud de France. In Montpellier, Pouille was the top-seed of the tournament and was the semifinalist at the Australian Open 2019. The World Number 122, Baghdatis claimed his first victory over a top 20 ATP ranked...

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    Even Technology Fails To Speculate Roger Federer And His Actions

    As Novak Djokovic increased the major count by one in the Big Three's account at the Australian Open 2019, few scientist and researchers have closely observed the gameplay of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Djokovic during the Melbourne major.

    • 4 months ago
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    Why F1 champion Mansell has corner named after him in Mexico

    Mansell won just one F1 title As the sun sets on yet another rivetting F1 season, the tide of the title race seems to be going towards Lewis Hamilton yet again. For the second year in a row, the Brit could seal a championship at the very aptly named Autodrome Hermanos Rodriguez track at Mexico. However, the Rodriguez brothers are not the only F1 racers whose names adorn the circuit....

    • 4 months ago
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    F1 Radio Gaga: 10 Instances of Drivers Losing Their Cool

    The fast-paced and intense nature of F1 sometimes leads to things heating up. Drivers ranting over their frustration over the team radio has become a common thing now. But it certainly reveals the more human side of our beloved drivers. At the Belgian Grand Prix Alonso vented his frustration over the radio, shouting and swearing. In lieu of that, we thought we'd compile a list of F1...

    • 4 months ago
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    Roger Federer Reveals Problems With Dunlop Ball at Australian Open 2019

    Photo: Ben Solomon/Tennis Australia Roger Federer sailed through his second round at the Australian Open today, defeating the Brit Dan Evans in straight sets. In his press conference Federer had interesting things to say about the new balls at the Australian Open. This year's Australian Open has switched to the Japanese-made Dunlop balls, after a five-year commercial...

    • 4 months ago
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    Roger Federer:-"All These Records will be Broken Again"

    The announcement of Andy Murray's retirement, has been a wake up call for all the tennis fans out there, who were dreaming of a year that would feature the 'big four' again. All things end, and this wonderful era of tennis, that has been dominated by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, is no different.

    • 4 months ago

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