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Petra Kvitova: A Reluctant Champion

The face of any sport is usually the holder of certain titles. In cricket, it is the world cup winning captain, in football it is the Ballon D ‘Or winner and in tennis it is usually considered to be the Wimbledon champion. While Novak Djokovic is now undoubtedly the face of men’s tennis, the face of women’s tennis is by unspoken law, the legendary Serena Williams, the glamarous Maria Sharapova or the temperamental Viktoria Azarenka while a shy Czech lurks about somewhere in the shadow despite being the Wimbledon champion. Someone ought to tell Petra Kvitova that she has is the defending Wimbledon champion and can display some level of arrogance that Williams or Sharapova consider as their birthright. read more

 
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Interview with Star Footballer: Robin Singh

 

When did you start playing football?

ROBIN: I have always been a sporty child. While I was growing up or as my mother use to say, if you don’t stop him he would not stop playing till the rest of the kids went home and then he’ll start playing with the dogs till they got tired. read more

 
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5 Unconventional Sports

Every once in a while, when mainstream sport gets boring, it is good to play something out of the ordinary to make your day brighter. Well, some of these sports might make your day even bleaker but they surely are amazing to check out. Here is a list of five such sports. read more

 
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Shaolin Soccer- American style!

Puzzled and somewhat entertained was honestly my reaction when I finished or rather endured watching the” Yale” goalkeeper save 5 penalty shots..let alone using only his face! And what a sight his face was after the plight… This I can say for certain that the shaolin monks never saw this one coming. All I could possibly relate to this anomaly is the mother of all parodies in the world of football; “Shaolin Soccer”! Ooh yes, nothing is more thrilling to football fans than having Kung-Fu in it…but if Shaolin Soccer was like an embodiment of Kung-Fu fictitiously into Football this seemed like a bare knuckle boxing match! Where it could be argued that ball may have won. read more

 
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Is ODI Cricket losing its shine?

In 2008, India gave the cricketing world one of its most entertaining gifts. Other countries had similar contributions, but India’s offering spurred all the others to unprecedented heights while becoming the most watched and participated league in the world. read more

 
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Maximize weight loss

If you are an expert on riding treadmill, obviously your target would be on weight loss to have good fitness. After a long workout or exercise instantly you’ll be checking your weight, of course you lose weight and to make it more, high-intensity training (HIIT) is required to, increase your weight loss faster. So here is an good news to increase your weight loss. read more

 
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Top 10 sexiest women athletes

Here’s a list of top 10 sexiest women athletes world has ever seen . I bet you are gonna be surprised after looking at the list.

10. Alana Blanchard: Alana Rene Blanchard is an American professional surfer and model. Blanchard has  surfed on the ASP World Tour, though she has indicated she may take a break from competitive surfing in 2015. read more

 
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Bayern Munich vs Porto- Bayern on a Rampage

Coming in to the second leg of the quarter final stage of the Champions League, an outcome that left supporters on either side gasping, wide eyed and mouth open at different emotional levels of course while the critiques were left baffled! Such was the game played between FC Bayern Munchen and FC Porto in Futball Arena München, in Munich, home to the mighty German contenders; Bayern Munchen. read more

 
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Top 5 Funny moments in games

Top level sport is such a taxing thing. Careers often threaten to end solely due to the pressures involved at competing all the time with such high intensity. But there are some moments which really show to the world that it is all just a game after all. Humorous happenings, especially amidst some high intensity encounters, brings smiles to everyone’s faces and keeps things light headed. Here are five such happenings across various sports in various times read more

 
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Sergey Karjakin : Chess in his veins

Most eleven year olds would have been taking their elementary steps into the world of algebra to build their calculative powers needed to solve combinatorial situations. But then again, Sergey Karjakin was not just another eleven year old. The Ukrainian-born prodigy was busy getting the title of International Master aged just eleven as he dished out moves with calculations that amazed even the best grandmasters. One such grandmaster, Russian Ruslan Ponamariov chose a twelve year old Karjakin in his team of seconds for the world championship. The shy kid strutting about the hotel in the world championship attracted quite a lot of attention…the chess world was being warned of a super grandmaster in the making. His list of achievements turned even more incredible as the prodigy completed his GM norms aged twelve years and seven months to become the youngest ever Grandmaster in history. He does indeed match the prodigious levels of Lionel Messi (who he resembles in looks) and his is a tale that needs quite some telling. read more