Australia Open 'top of Serena's mind', says tournament boss Johannesburg [South Africa], October 10 : Australian Open organisers remain hopeful about new mom Serena Williams' stunning return on the tennis court in January as they raised the winners' prize money to Aus USD 4 million (USUSD 3.1 million) on Tuesday.
Bat-size restrictions won't affect my game: David Warner Bengaluru , Sept 27 : Australian opening batsman David Warner on Wednesday brushed aside the idea that the implementation of International Cricket Council's (ICC) new rule, which puts hard-line size restrictions on bats, will have any impact on his game.
I feel I can get Warner out any time: Kuldeep Kolkata (West Bengal) , Sept. 20 : Left-arm Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav, while claiming that David Warner comes under pressure while facing him, on Tuesday said that he feels he can get the swashbuckling Australian opener out at any time.
Warner hits back at CA for wrongly blaming players in pay dispute Johannesburg [South Africa], July 28 : Australian opener David Warner, who has always been outspoken to keep a 20-year revenue-sharing arrangement in place, has once again issued a verbal volley against Cricket Australia for wrongly blaming players for not resolving the bitter pay dispute between ...
Srikanth vows to play his best in Australian Open final New Delhi , June 24 : India's hopeful Kidambi Srikanth, who is set to take on Chen Long in the Australian Open Super Series final, has described his Chinese opponent as 'tough', and said that he would play his usual and would not succumb to the pressure of finale.
Sindhu stunned by World No.1 Tzu Ying in Australian Open Sydney [Australia], June 23 : In a major blow, Rio-Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu was knocked out of the Australian Open Super Series after going down against Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying in the quarter-finals of the women's singles event here on Friday.
Srikanth stuns Praneeth to enter Australian Open semis Sydney [Australia], June 23 : Ace Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth continued his rich vein of form as he got the better of fellow countryman B.Sai Praneeth in straight games to romp into the semi-finals of the Australian Open Super Series here on Friday.
Sindhu, Nehwal reach Australian Open quarters Sydney [Australia], June 22 : Rio-Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu produced a spectacular performance as she fended off Chen Xiaoxin of China in straight games to cement her place in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open Super Series here on Thursday.
Srikanth, Praneeth progress into Australian Open quarters Sydney [Australia], June 22 : Ace Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth produced a rich vein of form as he bounced back from a game down against reigning World No.1 Son Wan Ho to book his place in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open Super Series here on Thursday.
Federer intends to play French Open Johannesburg [South Africa], May 1 : Swiss maestro Roger Federer, who has been brimming with confidence after resounding victories at the Australian Open and ATP events in Miami and Indian Wells, has said he plans to play in French Open scheduled for next month.
Kohli and I are still friends: David Warner Hyderabad , Apr. 7 : Indian skipper Virat Kohli and explosive Australian opener David Warner are still friends, revealed the latter, who is leading Sunrisers Hyderabad in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
'I feel fantastic', says struggling Warner Ranchi (Jharkhand), Mar. 21 : Explosive Australian opener David Warner, who has been struggling in the ongoing four-match Test series against India, has insisted that he is hitting the ball properly, but "it's just that the runs aren't coming for him at the moment".
Warner backs Cummins to lead Australian attack Melbourne [Australia], Mar. 11 : Explosive Australian opener David Warner has backed Pat Cummins who has been called to replace injured Mitchell Starc for the remaining Tests of the Border Gavaskar Trophy against India, saying the right-arm pacer has the "firepower" to lead the attack.
'When you need to go, you've got to go', explains Renshaw Pune , Feb. 23 : Australian opener Matt Renshaw, who retired hurt in the morning session on first day of the opening Test against India, on Thursday revealed that he had to use the bathroom and that's the reason he retired ill mid-way through his innings.
Renshaw takes tall order from Hayden for India tour Melbourne [Australia], Feb. 10 : Ahead of the much anticipated India tour which begins on February 23 in Pune, Australian opener Matthew Renshaw has sought the advice of former great Matthew Hayden, who had good memories on the spin-friendly Indian pitches.