Digvijay Singh Deo

Digvijay Singh Deo

Sports Editor, Wion

Digvijay Singh Deo is Sports Editor at Wion.

Whenever I lose, he is like 'it's okay, we'll try next time': PV Sindhu on coach Pullela Gopichand

Sindhu thanked her mentor and coach Gopichand and said he never gave up on her even when she tasted failures. 

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I dedicate this win to my mother, was waiting for it for long: PV Sindhu speaks to WION

Sindhu said that she had worked very hard for this title. 'World Championship is very special, I had tears in my eyes,' she said.

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India-Pakistan Davis Cup tie postponed to November

The International Tennis Federation had initially rejected India’s plea to shift the tie to a neutral venue.

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Davis Cup: Mahesh Bhupathi again writes to AITA, says most players 'do not want' to tour Pakistan

WION has in its possession the letter written by Bhupathi in which he clearly states that most players do not feel safe due to the current political tensions between India and Pakistan

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Indian tennis players jittery over Pakistan tour, captain Mahesh Bhupathi asks for details of security arrangement

The issue of players' security is vital, and that is precisely the reason why all tours of Pakistan have to be cleared by security agencies

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Decided to take up cricket when it was amateur sport, VVS Laxman tells WION

Laxman added that his family gave him a very definite deadline — start playing for the country in five years or come back and go into the family profession, medicine.

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Watch: Steve Waugh's side was best I played against, says VVS Laxman

Waugh succeeded Mark Taylor as Test captain in 1999 and later led Australia boldly in 15 of their world-record 16 successive Test victories. 

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Virat Kohli created 'legacy' with his batting, VVS Laxman tells WION

'Indian players are far more experienced and talented than the Australian team,' says Laxman.

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India hockey coach Harendra Singh's 'mantra' to win gold at World Cup

In this edition, 16 teams, which are drawn into four groups, each containing four teams, will play a total of 36 matches within a span of 18 match days.

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Ready to take up World Cup challenge, says Indian goalkeeper Sreejesh to WION

"We learned from our mistakes and improved ourselves. We worked with good coaches and we won in major tournaments. We are really improving and we are on the right track," said Indian hockey…

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Opinion: Leander Paes - the enigma strikes again

Leander Paes’ latest no-show at the Asian Games hits Indian tennis hard. It now cannot even ask for a replacement.

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