This week

This week



European Championships conclude in Poland on Sunday.

FIBA Asian Women’s basketball tournament ends in Chennai on Thursday.

TENNIS: Davis Cup World Group semifinal matches  are set for a Sunday finish.

BADMINTON: China Masters Super Series in Changzhou ends on Sunday.

GOLF: PGA Tour’s Tour Championships begin in Atlanta on Thursday while the European Tour’s Seve Trophy starts on the same day in Versailles.

SOCCER: English Premier League, Serie A and La Liga matches continue.

CRICKET: South Africa take on Sri Lanka (Group B) in the Champions Trophy opener at Centurion on Tuesday and then face New Zealand two days later at the same venue.

Other fixtures: Pakistan vs West Indies (Group A, Johannesburg), Wednesday; England v Sri Lanka, (Group B, Johannesburg), Friday. India vs Pakistan (Centurion) and Australia v West Indies (Johannesburg) on Saturday.
Australia will be looking for a whitewash when they meet England in the seventh ODI in Durham on Sunday.

ATHLETICS: Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay will be the cynosure at the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix on Sunday. China’s champion hurdler Liu Xiang will also make his return to the track after a year’s break.

TENNIS: ATP’s Metz Open and Romania Open kick off on Monday while the WTA’s Korea Open and Tashkent Open begin on the same day.

MOTOR RACING: Formula One’s Singapore Grand Prix qualifying rounds are on Saturday.

BOXING: Vitali Klitschko and Chris Arreola will fight for the WBC heavyweight title in Los Angeles on Saturday.


FOOTBALL: Durand Cup final is scheduled for Tuesday at the Ambedkar Stadium in New Delhi.

TENNIS: Third leg of the ITF Women’s tournament begins in Dehradun on Monday.


GENERAL: Dasara Games will be held at various venues in Mysore from Wednesday to Friday.

TABLE TENNIS: State-ranking meet concludes at BNM Campus on Monday while the Ultratech Cements State-ranking tournament begins in Cantonment Rail Club on Thursday.

FOOTBALL: BDFA’s ‘C’ Division league concludes at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Sunday.

CRICKET: The Karnataka Premier League will end at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on Wednesday.

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