Yes, Yubraj, the example that you show is exactly the case that I describe above.
I have added an example section “Sports played” to the public questionnaire:
"Public example User questions and common patterns", which demonstrates the approach I would recommend in this case.
What you originally intended to do is possible to check in Survey Solutions with a single line of code, but the usability of that questionnaire will be low.
In general follow this rule: if you know the answer to the question, you should not be asking it and demanding that particular answer.
Reversing the posted example to your situation, your second question could have been “Q2: in addition to the earlier mentioned sports, did you play any of the following in the week September 8 to September 14?” and show only not selected options from Q1.
See also section “Tourism Seasons” in the same questionnaire for relevant techniques.