Davinder, who shot to fame after becoming the first Indian to qualify for the javelin final at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, is worried about his poor financial condition and subsequent worry of going bankrupt.
Adding that football also allows the Rohingya community to make people aware of their situation and their problems, Riyaz said, "It has a wider reach and the younger generation can understand our problems. It also keeps politics aside."
Since training under Vimal Kumar, Saina not only won the Silver medal in Jakarta in the World Championships but also did well in competitions such as the Uber Cup and the Australian Open. In 2015 Saina Nehwal also reached the numero uno status in BWF rankings.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann has called on former players to pass on their experience to help Australia succeed in the near future. He also hoped that he could clear some of the misconceptions surrounding workloads and availability.
When asked if she will be happy with the award in the near future, Deepa said that it might not possible as the next Paralympics in 2020 does not feature her event. In that case, the wait might be till 2024.
Veda Krishnamurthy said that experiences such as India's close nine run defeat are disappointing but they teach an important life lesson. She also said that it has helped the side improve and is confident of going one step better the next time.
Jinder Mahal spoke about his relationship with The Great Khali and said that as Indians they stick together and he was the first person whom he contacted after announcing the Punjabi Prison Match against Randy Orton.
Ravi Shastri's core team comprises of Sanjay Bangar, former batting coach, appointed assistant coach, Bharat Arun to be the bowling coach and R Sridhar to be fielding coach. Incidentally, all three were a part of the think-tank behind KXIP's successful 2014 IPL season.
The International Cricket Council ICC has a crucial role to play and they need to give Zimbabwe more opportunities against the top sides like Australia, India, and England and ensure the Future Tour Programme(FTP) does not lie vacant for most parts of the year.
11 wickets fell in the match between Sri Lanka and England Another 10 fell in the contest between West Indies and South Africa. While 19 fell in the blockbuster India-Pakistan clash and in the Trans-Tasman rivalry, between Australia and New Zealand 14 more wickets fell down.
Before the tournament began Ekta Bisht was heralded as the leader of the spin attack and with this performance, she has truly lived up to the reputation. With India most likely to progress to the knockout stage, skipper Mithali Raj will be particularly delighted as the timing could not have been better.
This was also Zimbabwe's second highest run-chase in ODI's with the highest being 329 against New Zealand. The primary reason behind this record was Soloman Mire who recorded his personal best of 112. His innings was the cornerstone of Zimbabwe's win.
In her last 15 innings, Mithali Raj has scored 833 runs at an average of 104.12. In the recent warm-up match, Raj once again hit a fluent 85. Going by the signs, things are definitely looking up for the captain and her side.
Towards the end of the innings, the Indian bowlers might have hoped for some reverse swing to keep the batsmen in check but that too was nullified because the wicket at the Oval is a new one and the outfield too is lush green.
In a span of a couple of overs, the entire complexion of the match changed as the Sri Lankan fielders dropped as many as two catches off the bowling of Lasith Malinga. The culprits were Thisara Perera and Seekkuge Prasanna.
India's thumping win over Pakistan set the ball rolling for the men in blue and from thereon they were expected to get into the semi-finals riding high on confidence. However, Sri Lanka recorded an extraordinary win to bring the blues back to reality.
As grey clouds continue to loom over the future of the Champions Trophy - already two warm-up matches and one between Australia and Bangladesh (which saw only one side bat the full quota of 50 overs) have been marred by rain. This has left spectators at the stadium and those at home visibly irked.
While Australia looks supremely confident, New Zealand had a mixed outing in the warm-up matches. They suffered a hammering at the hands of India but against Sri Lanka Martin Guptill smashed a brilliant hundred to take the Kiwis to a much-needed win.