- Tag results for Sardar Singh
Left out of India's squad for this year's Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Sardar sought advise from Tendulkar and the legend's tips worked wonders for the former hockey captain...
Sardar called time on his 12-year career on Wednesday after he was dropped from the national camp probables for the Asian Champions Trophy and the World Cup.
Would like to coach European club teams in near future, says former India hockey captain Sardar Singh
Sardar Singh reiterated that he has not been forced into retirement by anyone but admitted that the semis loss to Malaysia at the Asian Games was a trigger.
Sardar said he made the decision after a disappointing Asian Games where India failed to defend its title and returned with a bronze medal.
Thanks to Indian coach Harendra, words are not lost in translation anymore: Senior hockey player Sardar Singh
India will be defending their Asian Games title in Jakarta later this month and a gold again will secure them a spot at the 2020 Olympics.
Sardar Singh has said that the team have improved a lot in the last few years and they are hoping to win gold in Asian Games.
Just before the 2018 edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah, reports started doing the rounds that Sardar Singh would announce his retirement after it.
Manpreet Singh has no qualms about losing captaincy and feels returning veteran Sardar Singh's presence in the middle will act as motivation for other players.
Sardar Singh's inclusion was one of the major talking points, as Hockey India announced an 18-member squad for the upcoming Champions Trophy in the Netherlands.
Marijne said while the former lost out his place because of stiff competition, the latter was dropped because of inconsistent performances in recent past.
Sardar Singh has been dropped from the 18-member squad for the prestigious Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Seniors hockey stars cannot take their place for granted with CWG, Asian Games and World Cup looming large.
Veteran mid-fielder Sardar Singh was dropped from India's 18-member squad for next month's Hockey World League Final.
The 31-year-old Sardar Singh from Sirsa district of Haryana was included in the 18-men FIH All-Star team in 2010 and 2011.