Sports Wrap-Up: From IPL Updates to La Liga’s Action Against Referees, Here Are the Most Important Sports News of the Day

From several updates on the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) to La Liga’s action against referees, here are the most important sports news of the day.

Ganguly Shown No Mercy for Ignoring Kohli’s Record IPL Ton in ‘Standards’ Tweet, Praises Only Gill and Green Centuries

Sourav Ganguly's tweet was particularly directed at Green and Gill's twin centuries. However, fans felt something was missing – the mention of Virat Kohli. Know more.

“To Hate MS Dhoni, You Need to Be…”: Hardik Pandya Ahead of Qualifier 1 vs CSK

The turnaround Dhoni has effected from last season has once again brought the spotlight on him as CSK aim to bag their fifth IPL title after finishing second-last in 2022. Know more.

Ravi Shastri Reveals Combined India-Australia Test XI Ahead of WTC Final

As the build-up to next month’s WTC final between India and Australia at The Oval intensifies, Shastri faced the unenviable task of naming his best combined XI. Know more.

Neeraj Chopra Attains Number One Rank in Men’s Javelin

Neeraj Chopra grabbed the top spot with 1455 points under his name. He currently is 22 ahead of reigning world champion Anderson Peters (1433). Know more.

Carrying Calmness and Consistency, 43-Year-Old Bopanna Re-Enters Top 10

In the company of Australian Matthew Ebden, Bopanna has jumped 10 spots from the start of the season. Know more.

La Liga Sacks Six Referees Following the Vini-Valencia Fiasco

After the game, Vini took to his social media account and blasted La Liga for its lack of action and also condemned the people who engage in racial abuse. Know more.

Scuderia Ferrari Eyes Hamilton’s Signature on Dotted Lines for Next F1 Season

In 2024, Ferrari could line up Charles Leclerc with seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton. Know more.

Carlos Alcaraz Jumps Novak Djokovic, Returns to No. 1 in ATP Rankings; Daniil Medvedev No. 2; Iga Swiatek Leads WTA

Djokovic’s loss in the fourth round as the defending champion in Rome dropped him to No. 3. Know more.