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Hyderabad: Thania’s double win makes auto driver dad proud

Thania rallied past third-seeded Nainika Reddy 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-3 in a closely contested girls singles final and later paired with Nainika to win the girls doubles with a 7-5, 7-6 (7-0) win over Divya Ungrish and Aakruthi Sonkusare

‘Hyderabad FC will bounce back in next ISL’

It was a poor show by us. We lost too many matches and are sitting at the bottom of the table. I know the fans are upset with us. We are determined for a better show in the next season and have already started planning. HFC will bounce back in the next season.

Harmeet tames Manav to clinch maiden men’s singles title

Sutirtha whips past Krittwika Sinha Roy to corner glory in the women’s section

Record 24th title for PSPB men

This was PSPB’s 24th national title, the most by any team in the history of the national championship far.

Telangana men paddlers gain historic bronze

This was after a gap of 45 years that a Telugu State team is winning a team medal in the Inter-State Table Tennis tournament. The previous time it won a medal was in 1975.

Kerala twins making a mark in Table Tennis tournament

The 17-year-old paddlers had earlier faced against each other in the senior girl’s finals of the Kerala State inter-school tournament where Anekha emerged the winner.

I want to be the game-changer, says Jwala Gutta

I am a very passionate person and I want to see India do well not only in singles but across all categories. I want to be the game-changer in Indian badminton.

Koteshwar’s journey of struggle, hope

Originally hailing from Gannerlapalli Thanda in Nalgonda, he was affected with polio when he was four years old

Amalraj moans lack of local players in Hyderabad FC

HFC is having a disappointing run in the ISL, and are sitting at the bottom of the points table with five points from nine matches

Struggling Hyderabad FC face dominant ATK

Phil Brown's side has had a terrible campaign which has gone from bad to worse. The hosts are at the bottom of the table with a sole win from eight matches (4 points).

I am climbing my own Everest, says Manasi Joshi

The world champion recalled her initial struggles. I was in the ICU for 45 days after the accident in 2011 when I lost my left leg. Honestly, I had a gala time at the hospital because most of the nurses were of the same age.

Ranji Trophy: Panchal, Kalaria set up Gujarat victory

Hosts Hyderabad start their Ranji campaign on a disappointing note

Tanmay keeps Hyderabad in the game

Trailing by 80 runs in the first innings,  Tanmay's men showed better application in the first two sessions.  The 24-year-old left-hand batsman skipper and his opening partner Akshath Reddy

Manpreet, Rujul frustrate Hyderabad

Gujarat take first-innings lead despite Mehdi Hasan’s four wickets

Sumanth, Milind rescue Hyderabad

The 27-year-old Sumanth played a patient knock in his comeback match.  He played the ball close to the body and found an able partner in left-arm seamer CV Milind (47, 4x4, 2x6).

Hyderabad all set for new Ranji season

Hosts begin campaign against a strong Gujarat side sans Parthiv Patel

Hyderabad FC eye full points against FC Goa

Hyderabad FC, despite being at the bottom of the table (4 points), can take inspiration from the fact that FC Goa is not in their best of form, having just one win from their last five matches. The visitors are currently fifth in the points table with nine points.

Hemalatha rowing against all odds

Hemalatha, who took up rowing in 2015, has won a total of four gold medals, two silver and three bronze medals in the National Championships in a span of four years

At 14, Avanthika for Rowing Nationals

Interestingly, all the four State participants in the senior women 2000m heats Poornika, Bhavya, Avanthika and Keerthi Ram are below 18 years, making them also the youngest side in the ongoing championship.

No pressure on replacing Hardik, says Shivam Dube

“Yes, I am being assigned the role of a finisher. I want to win matches for the country.  I have full trust in my abilities. I don’t feel nervous. I had a good Mushtaq Ali series coming up into the tournament. I am ready to do anything for the team,” Shivam

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