Designed by Marvel, which is known for its hugely popular creation of characters like Iron Man, Captain America, Spiderman, and The Avengers, among others, Osaka unveiled the character saying, “It’s like a dream to have become my favourite Marvel superhero!!
What if we have the same facilities like abroad in India, won’t there be many more tennis professionals from India then? India is a big country, we can have everything we want here, and it’s all about investing in it: Riya Bhatia
“Balancing my time between training, college, tournaments and travel, family and friends is very very difficult but also very essential to me. Being able to have a little bit of a normal life once in a while is a good way to balance everything on my plate.” – Sravya Shivani
In Stuttgart, Germany, Biles, four-time Olympic gold medallist, participated in her fifth world championship. She now has claimed more medals at the international event than any other male or female gymnast in history.
Gauff has been steadily winning the games since she started out pro. She was at 685 in the world at the start of 2019 and is currently ranked at 110.
The World number four Naomi Osaka turns pro this time as she clinched the Pan Pacific Open final on Sunday. With this win, she becomes first Japanese to win Pan Pacific Open since Kimiko Date’s historic win in 1995.
Rutuja Bhosale is the top Indian tennis player in doubles. She has won the prestigious Shiv Chhatrapati Award and represented India at the Asian Games and Fed Cup. In latest, she claimed top-200 doubles ranking,
After making a stunning breakthrough at Wimbledon last month, the 15-year-old was given a wildcard entry into the US Open, making her the youngest player in the draw.
An emotional Maria Sharapova quits Wimbledon 2019 due to injury on Tuesday, raising more questions about her future in the sport.
If Gauff wins Wimbledon this year, she’d be the youngest ever to do so, after 15-year-old Charlotte ‘Lottie’ Dod who won the championship more than a century ago, back in 1887.
American tennis prodigy Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff, at 15 years, just became the youngest player in the Open era to advance into Wimbledon. In the first round, her challenge will be compatriot Venus Williams. Their match will mark the biggest age gap between two players since 2004, Venus is 23 years older than Gauff.
Maria Sharapova had invested in the famous sweets brand Sugarpova, which was launched in 2012 and since then the growth is noticeable. She says she loves being a businesswoman.