THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC HAS impacted Indian sports across all fronts, including the topmost sports cricket and football.
MUMBAI INDIANS AND DELHI CAPITALS have completed a player swap deal, with Mayank Markande leaving the Mumbai franchise for Delhi, and West Indian batsman Sherfane Rutherford coming over to the West coast to join the current champions
Although the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is entertaining cricket fans in the country, the ever growing anxiety and curiosity around the impending World Cup squad is probably at the forefront.
The South African joined the rest of the squad in Mumbai on Friday as they prepare for the first match against Mumbai Indians
The Nepalese leg-spinner is looking forward to a successful stint with the Delhi-based franchise in the upcoming season West Indies' leg-spinner Samuel Badree joins Delhi Capitals as Spin Bowling Coach
The Indian pacer is focused on utilizing his good bowling to be a wicket-taking option for the Delhi Capitals
In an endeavour to bring fans closer to their favourite cricket tournament, India’s leading sports broadcaster – Star Sports along with BCCI have collaborated to make the VIVO IPL 2019 Trophy Tour even more interesting for fans with an A.I powered training installation that is developed by Google.
Australian legend and Delhi Capitals’ Head Coach believes his team is ready to compete for the title in the upcoming IPL season
Transforming its commitment to discovering potential, championing dreams, Rajasthan Royals today launched its first cricket academy in the United Kingdom.