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Saina soars

While Sania Mirza tied the knot and vanished from the sporting arena, Saina Nehwal is making grand progress. With a remarkable go-getter attitude, this lady has made winning her habit. Ranked world No. 2 and playing at the World Championships in Paris, she is eyeing the No.1 rank. Keep a watch for yet another stellar Saina performance.

On track

If you'd missed the vrooms and the fumes, fret no more for the Formula One circus returns this Sunday. After a three-week break, the rejuvenated drivers will be itching to burn some rubber and what better place than Spa-Francor champs to watch some serious racing action. Sadly, Karun Chandhok will again sit out the race.


Rising from the ashes

Roger Federer managed to win a title to get his mojo back just before the US Open. Losing at Roland Garros wasn't half as devastating as losing at Wimbledon and Federer must've been doubting himself when he lost to Tomas Berdych. The Swiss has announced his timely return to the battlefield. With Nadal and Andy Murray primed for a fight, the  result could only be entertaining tennis. Flushing Meadows waits.

In trouble

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will soon initiate criminal proceedings against suspended IPL chairman Lalit Modi, a senior board official confirmed. The case will be filed in Chennai, where BCCI has its registered office, for alleged violations of the Foreign Exchange Management Act.

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