Customise ESPN

PV Sindhu smashes past biggest hurdle in quest for elusive World C'ships glory

PV Sindhu created history by booking a record-equalling fifth appearance in the semifinals of the BWF World Championships after an epic three-game quarterfinal against World No. 2 Tai Tzu Ying.

FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

Improbable, but not impossible - Sai Praneeth's Mission Momota

B Sai Praneeth is up against Kento Momota in the semifinals of the World Championships. Just how can the Indian beat the World No.1? Debayan Sen explores

Sindhu stuns Tai Tzu Ying, Praneeth makes first Worlds semifinal

PV Sindhu came from behind to beat Tai Tzu Ying and assure herself of a World Championships medal. B Sai Praneeth did the same. Here's how their matches unfolded.

Top Headlines

Pro Kabaddi League

Season 7

Problems aplenty for Pardeep and Patna; Tamil (not so) Thalaivas?

The first month of the Pro Kabaddi League Season 7 hasn't been short on action and is shaping up to be one of the most competitive editions so far. Here are our takeaways.

PKL

Who should be in your PKL 7 Fantasy Kabaddi team?

With the start of the PKL comes the start of fantasy kabaddi -- who should you pick? Our experts take a look.

England v Australia

3rd Test, Headingley

Australia strengthen grip on urn after England fold

Josh Hazlewood claims 5 for 30 as England are blown away for 67 and Australia close in on 300-plus lead

Brettig: Australia find Ashes gold at end of pace rainbow

How did Josh Hazlewood, James Pattinson and Pat Cummins bowl together for the first time on the most important day of the 2019 Ashes series?

Hazlewood stars as Australia squeeze free-scoring England

Plan to 'dry up the runs and force mistakes' pays off as England skittled for 67

Johnson: Huge question marks over Root's captaincy

1:44

Hazlewood reflects on huge day for Australia

1:16

'The game is not over' - Thorpe

1:17

English Premier League

Premier League W2W4: Will Liverpool change style vs. Arsenal to help Adrian?

It may be early in the season, but Liverpool's clash with Arsenal is key for both clubs. Plus: Watford's woes and why Chelsea need Rudiger back.

Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images

Should we be worried about Man City's 'superteam' dominating the Premier League in the long term?

It's been a while since we've seen a team this good that isn't built around a singular, once-in-a-generation star. Is this the Man City era?

LinkedIn ESPN Office Quiz

LinkedIn ESPN Office Sports Quiz: Semi-Final 1

26:16

LinkedIn ESPN Office Sports Quiz Team 3: Bank Bazaar

0:28

LinkedIn ESPN Office Sports Quiz Team 2: Michael Page

0:26

LinkedIn ESPN Office Sports Quiz Team 1: Gyaanspace

0:27

Trending

Do Arsenal have the personnel to slow down Liverpool?

1:36

Can anyone keep pace with Juventus this season?

1:41

Mariner: Rooney not the type of player to mail it in

1:25

Can anyone stop Juve from winning a 9th straight Scudetto?

1:48

Laurens: Neymar staying at PSG 'most likely outcome'

1:49

Moreno: Juventus need Ronaldo to be more consistent

1:26

Why PSG are against a loan offer for Neymar

2:04

How Dembele's injury will impact Barcelona's attack

1:47

Moreno: I've had enough with Ousmane Dembele

1:40

Marcotti: Inter hopeful Conte can get the best out of Lukaku

1:14

Why Napoli can & cannot challenge for the Scudetto

1:58

Customise ESPN