Yahoo India's Top 10 'Most Searched for Sporting Events' of 2019Team India19 December 2019, 06:02 UTCFrom the ICC World Cup to the UEFA Champions League, here's a look at the year's most searched events in the field of sports in India.Yahoo India's Top 10 'Most Searched for Sporting Events' of 2019Here are the top sports events that Indians searched for on the Yahoo platform in 2019.10. The French OpenSpaniard Rafael Nadal won a record 12th French Open title after defeating Dominic Thiem in four sets. Ashleigh Barty became the first Australian to win the French Open in 46 years after thrashing Marketa Vondrousova in straight sets that last only 70 minutes.9. AFC CupAl Ahed became the first Lebanese club to lift the trophy after beating 10-men 4.25 SC from North Korea in the tournament that has been dominated by West Asian teams since it began in 2004.Scroll to continue with contentAd8. WimbledonNovak Djokovic had to save two match points to retain his title in a five-set thriller against Roger Federer. Romania’s Simona Halep overwhelmed Serena Williams 6-2, 6-2 stunningly for her second major championship. The whole thing took less than an hour.7. Indian Super LeagueThe India Super League, designed to promote football in a cricket-obsessed country, works very much on the lines of IPL. Already in its 6th season, the ISL competition aims to help the world’s most popular sport grow in India.6. UEFA ChampionsJurgen Klopp’s Liverpool won their 6th Champions League title after defeating fellow English side Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid. Mohammed Salah opened the scoring by converting a penalty kick in the second minute, and Divock Origi sealed the victory in the 88th minute as Liverpool secured the title a year after it lost the final to Real Madrid.5. US OpenOne of the most memorable Grand Slam finals in recent history saw Rafael Nadal overcome Russian Daniil Medvedev after four hours and 50 minutes of spellbinding tennis. It was Nadal’s fourth US Open title and his 19th career grand slam. Women’s tennis also embraced another new teenage champion, Bianca Andreescu, who rushed past Serena Williams in 1 hour and 40 minutes at the Arthur Ashe Stadium.4. The AshesThe team from Down Under retained the famous urn after the five-match series ended in a 2-2 draw. It was the first time since 1972 that the two teams have drawn an Ashes series.3. Australian OpenNovak Djokovic claimed his record seventh Australian Open title after outclassing long-time rival Rafael Nadal in straight sets at the Melbourne Park. Naomi Osaka overcame a dramatic second-set wobble to beat Petra Kvitova in the women’s singles final, securing her second successive Grand Slam title.2. ICC Cricket World CupEngland’s maiden World Cup win at the Lord’s will go down as one of the most dramatic moment ever produced in a team sport. The Englishmen won on boundary count after a tied Super Over against New Zealand.1. Indian Premier LeagueThe men in blue and gold edged out bitter rivals Chennai Super Kings by 1 run in a thrilling finale to win the trophy for an unprecedented fourth time. Veteran Lasith Malinga held his nerve by grabbing a wicket off the last ball to seal the victory - two years after Mumbai were also crowned champions with a last-ball win.