Free Press Journal
  • Fans divided over Hardik Pandya’s new look; check out the pics and Twitter reactions

    Hardik Pandya plays cricket in his own style and carries that off the field as well. From some crazy hairstyle to a lot of bling, Pandya is certainly on his way to becoming a style icon of the country. On Saturday, Pandya posted a couple of pics to unveil his new look. Both posts were instant hits garnering over 35K likes and over 1,365 retweets. The pictures seemed to

  • Roger Federer beats Jack Sock at ATP Finals opener

    London: Six-time champion Roger Federer beat world No.l 8 Jack Sock in the opening singles match of the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena here. Second-seed Federer, 36, needed one hour and 31 minutes to defeat the American debutant 6-4, 7-6 (4) on Sunday, reports Xinhua. In the day’s other match, German 20-year-old Alexander Zverev, the third seed, fought back from 3-1 down in the final set to beat fifth

  • Sri Lanka’s tour of India: Can Lankan Lions break their duck against India?

    Indian cricket is currently going through a wonderful phase and had just registered commanding wins over Australia and New Zealand in the limited overs matches and will now face Sri Lanka for a full series. Not too long ago when India had toured Lanka, the hosts were comprehensively beaten (9-0; across formats) and there was a sense that SL is struggling to stay relevant and this loss of form could be a

  • Dhoni plays ‘Captain Cool’, deflects criticism with elan

    Dubai : Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s voice had the usual air of calm as he played down criticism and calls for his retirement from T20 Internationals, saying “everybody has their own views in life”.

  • Denmark, Ireland share spoils

    Copenhagen : Denmark on its home turf failed to overcome Irish defenders with a bumbling performance in a game without brilliance in which the visitors got the result they wanted — playing the second-leg of the 2018 World Cup qualifying Round 2 back home in Dublin.

  • Lad saves Mumbai the blushes

    Nayar concentrated only in blocking with a string of fielders around the bat for 141 inutes as he faced 108 balls during his 50-run partnership with Lad.

  • Samson’s 128 frustrates Sri Lanka

    Kolkata : Skipper Sanju Samson stood out with a sublime 128 to lead Board President’s XI fightback against visiting Sri Lanka as their two-day tour match ended in a draw here.