It's been an exciting week for Indian sports as tennis sensation Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Martina Hingis lifted their eighth trophy of the season and fourth in a row! Vijender Singh rocked in his debut professional boxing fight.
Whereas Mexican Sergio Perez finished third in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix to hand Force India only the third podium finish in the team's Formula One history.
World champions Germany and Albania both were united in joy on Sunday when they qualified for Euro 2016 in France, while the Rugby World Cup has grabbed eye-balls.
Rediff.com recaptures these and other exciting sporting moments from the week gone by....
Extending their unbeaten record, India’s Sania Mirza and Switzerland’s Martina Hingis lifted their eighth trophy of the season and fourth in a row, winning the WTA China Open, in Beijing, on Saturday.
Mexican Sergio Perez said he was on the up after finishing third in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix to hand Force India only the third podium finish in the team's Formula One history.
Not taking anything away from South Africa for their sensational five-run win in the opening One-Day International in Kanpur, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni rued Ravichandran Ashwin's injury that robbed the hosts of 5.2 crucial overs from the in-form spinner on Sunday.
Chasing a record 304 at Green Park, India faltered in the final overs to finish on 298 for seven as Rohit Sharma's 150 went in vain.
Star Indian boxer Vijender Singh made a smashing professional debut by knocking out Britain's Sonny Whiting in the middleweight category ruthlessly demolishing the man, who promised to put him through hell at the Manchester Arena, on Saturday.
Vijender won the contest with a few seconds left in the third of the four-round bout via Technical Knockout, pushing Whiting literally on to the ropes and smacking him with a combination of jabs and uppercuts before the referee stepped in to stop the contest.
Frenzied scenes were witnessed at the airport this morning when Pele landed in the Kolkata after 38 years as the 74-year-old Brazilian turned emotional and stood on the floor of his SUV to wave at the crowd, who kept chanting his name.