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The Indian women's team is the champion for the first time in the Asia Cup hockey series
  • The final match of the ongoing Women's Junior Asia Cup Hockey Series was held in Kagamigahara, Japan. In the final match, the Indian team and the South Korean team clashed. The Indian women's team played well and defeated the 4-time champion South Korean women's team by 2-1.
  • With this, the Indian women's team has won the Asia Cup for the first time and created a record. Annu in the 22nd minute and Neelam in the 41st minute scored for the Indian team and won the trophy for the team.
  • While the Indian men's team won the gold in the men's junior hockey tournament, now the women's team has also won the trophy. With this, both the junior teams have qualified to play in the Junior World Cup to be held in Chile from November 29 this year.
Australia crowned 2023 World Test Champions
  • The Australian team led by Cummins clashed with the Indian team led by Rohit Sharma in the match that started on the 7th at the Oval. Australia scored 469 runs in the first innings before India won the toss and opted to bowl. Head 163, Smith 121, Warner 43, Carey 48 runs.
  • India were bowled out for 296 runs in the first innings. Australia started the 2nd innings with a lead of 173 runs and declared the 2nd innings with a score of 270 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 84.3 overs. 
  • Following this, India, who came into the field with a Himalayan target of 444 runs, scored only 234 runs and were all out. Australia won by a massive margin of 209 runs to be crowned World Test Champions for the first time and bagged the Mach shaped trophy and the first prize of ₹13.22 crore. 
  • Travis Head was awarded the Man of the Match for his 163 in the first innings. India, who lost in the final and finished 2nd, were satisfied with ₹6.60 crore. Australia is the first team to win the ICC World Test Championship, ICC ODI World Cup, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC World Cup T20 in all the series.
French Open - Djokovic makes history by winning 23rd Grand Slam title
  • Serbia's Novak Djokovic defeated Norway's Casper Ruud 7-6 (7-1), 6-3, 7-5 in the French Open men's singles final. This is Djokovic's 23rd Grand Slam title, his 34th appearance in a Grand Slam final. 
  • Previously, Rafael Nadal held the record for 22 Grand Slam titles in men's singles tennis. Djokovic surpassed that today. Djokovic also became the first player to win each of the Grand Slam titles at least three times.
  • Another surprise is that more than 10 of Djokovic's 23 Grand Slam titles were won by him over the age of 30.
The Prime Minister inaugurated the first National Training Conference
  • Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the first National Training Conference at the International Exhibition and Convention Center at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
  • The Prime Minister said that the training should develop the capacity of the officers, holistic approach of the government and the spirit of people's participation. He also noted that the old attitude where placement in training institutes was seen as a punishment is changing.

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