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 1. 1st female cricketer to play 200 ODIs

Indian captain Mithali Raj became the first female cricketer to play 200 ODI.
The 36-year-old is also the highest run-getter in ODIs with 6622 runs at an average of 51.33.
Mithali made her ODI debut way back in 1999 and has featured in 200 games out of the 263 ODIs India have played.
 
2. Indonesia Masters 2019
 
Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal won her first Indonesia Masters title after three-time world champion Carolina Marin limped out of the final due to a leg injury.
Marin was leading 10-4 in the first game at Jakarta when she developed an injury in the knee.
Saina had won a gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, a bronze at the Asian Games.
 
3. Australian Open
 
Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal to win his 7th Australian Open Men`s Singles title at Melbourn.
The resurgent world No.1 outplayed the second-ranked Nadal 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 in a largely one-sided match.
In Women`s Singles, Japan`s Naomi Osaka clinched her maiden Australian Open Grand Slam Singles title in Melbourne .
Osaka became the first Asian player to achieve the world number one ranking.
 
4. Kartik Sharma wins New South Wales men`s Amateur Golf Championship
 
India`s Kartik Sharma won the New South Wales men`s Amateur Golf Championship in Australia.
Kartik notched up a magnificent win over Australia`s Nathan Barberie in the scheduled 36-hole final to emerge as champion.
He had been selected to represent Indian Golf Union for three events in Australia.
Kartik had also won the Indian golf union western India amateur golf championship 2018.
 
5. Shami becomes fastest Indian to reach 100 ODI wickets
 
Mohammed Shami became the fastest Indian to claim 100 wickets in One-day Internationals.
This was his 56th game in the 50-over format.
Shami` wicket number 100 was New Zealand opener Martin Guptill.
Before Shami, Irfan Pathan reached the 100-wicket mark in 59 ODIs.
 
6. Raghbir Singh Bhola
 
Former India hockey player Raghbir Singh Bhola, a two-time Olympic medallist, has passed away.
He represented India in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics and won a gold medal.
In 1960 Rome Olympics he won a silver medal for the country.
He successfully captained the Indian Air Force hockey and Services team from 1954-60 and won the Inter Services Hockey Championship three times and the National Hockey Championship on two occasions.
 
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