From Lewis Hamilton being named the ‘BBC Sports Personality of the Year’ to the cancellation of the 2021 table tennis world team championships, here’s a wrap of all the major sports news from the week gone by.

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The BCCI’s AGM has, in principle, approved the proposal to add two new teams to the Indian Premier League fold, asking the IPL Governing Council to work out the modalities. It means that, in all likelihood, the IPL will expand into a 10-team affair in 2022, with a rejigged format and increased number of teams. (REPORT)

Debutant pacer Mohammed Siraj on Saturday termed receiving the India Test cap as his life’s “biggest achievement” and said he made it count by focussing on bowling dot balls to build pressure on the Australian batsmen, on Day One of the Boxing-Day Test. (REPORT)

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The legendary Mahendra Singh Dhoni was on Sunday named captain of ICC’s ODI and…

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