Monday, Dec 11, 2017 | Last Update : 05:53 AM IST
India's slip fielding woes were once again exposed during Sri Lanka Tests and remain a big concern ahead of the tough
Dhananjaya de Silva slams ton and Roshen Silva chips in with an unbeaten 74 to defy India.
Putting up a strong display at the Police Shield Tournament, city’s veteran cricketer Pravin Tambe wants to keep going in his career.
Sri Lanka will look to capitalise on star batsman’s absence.
The first ODI series between England and Australia will be played on January 14.
Caroline Wozniacki, the world number six, also warned a women’s Laver Cup would be tough to arrange.
Dalila also set herself in line for a title double after she beat Sabina Sharipova in the singles semi-final on the center court.
19-time grand slam champion Roger Federer booked a place in the last four for the 14th time in 15 appearances.
The former number one is now 104 in the world and needed a wildcard to make it to the China Open because of her lowly ranking.
The winners played a waiting game and struck when it mattered most.
All the five goals were scored in the second half.
Emana converted the penalty in the 60th minute to ignite the home crowd.
The problem remains the stockpiling of resources by the big clubs, with the best young talents getting experience in short bursts.
Sharma gave a good account of his prodigious talent, both on and off the ball.
Ruthvika got the better of Riya in straight games 21-12, 23-21 after a battle of 37 minutes.
Woods is at four under, his back has held up well and he feels he can “fight his way back” from here.
In another thriller, Bandra YMCA beat Somaiya College in the last second for a nail-biting 36-34 win in a women's match.
It was Sindhu’s second loss in four finals she has reached this season.