From badminton to cricket, Sandip Sikdar writes on many sporting disciplines. He has the experience of working in digital, news agency as well as print organisations. Motorsport remains his first love.
The seasoned forward sounded determined. The hosts were disappointed after losing the first match to the defending Pro League champions 3-4 despite pulling back two goals in the final quarter. read more
The Manpreet Singh-led India needs to maintain the same consistency—minus the glaring errors—for a third time in a month as they face possibly the toughest test yet in their Pro League debut—against defending champions Australia read more
Dominic Thiem was close to a Major win indeed. Leading 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, Thiem had to close out just one set in his favour but the experience and class of Djokovic came into play and the Serb staged a gutsy comeback to win the next two sets 6-3, 6-4 and... read more
Though the epidemic has affected several sports with tournaments and leagues getting cancelled, shifted or postponed, badminton could be one of the worst affected in the time to come since the sport is dominated by Asians. read more
When the going got tough, Reid’s boys did not cower, instead applied pressure on the opponents to earn a sensational come-from-behind 3-3 (3-1) victory via penalty shootout against a top team like the Netherlands. read more