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Monday, March 29, 2004
BEYOND BOUNDARIES - MIKE MARQUSEE
Test cricket has changed a lot
WHEN I first became interested in cricket, the sheer length of Test matches astounded me. I had grown up in the USA and baseball was the sporting romance of my childhood. By American standards, baseball is a slowish and introspective sport, ...
Australia makes a clean sweep
COLOMBO, MARCH 28. Shane Warne took four wickets in the final session as Australia won by 121 runs on Sunday and became the first touring team to sweep a three-Test cricket series in Sri Lanka. Warne just missed the Test bowling World record, ...
Federer rallies to beat Davydenko
KEY BISCAYNE, MARCH 28. Roger Federer, World's No. 1 player rallied, winning the final three games and final six points on Saturday to edge Nikolay Davydenko 6-2, 3-6, 7-5 in the second round of the Nasdaq-100 Open tennis tournament. Battling ...
Sridhar bags title
CHENNAI, MARCH 28. The men's doubles summit clash cornered all the attention in the Presidency Club-IOB-TNTA State-ranking tennis tournament at the club courts here on Sunday, as the singles final ended without a ball being hit. Vijay Kannan ...
Anand draws with Leko
NEW DELHI, MARCH 28. Needing to recover from the shocking twin-loss suffered at the hands of Alexander Morozevich, Viswanathan Anand drew in just 23 moves with Peter Leko in their eighth-round blindfold encounter at the Hotel Grand in Monte Carlo ...
Mamat makes it
NEW DELHI, MARCH 28.In a dream finish, a 25-foot birdie putt ended Mardan Mamat's 10-year wait for his first professional title. The 36-year-old from Singapore reserved his best for the final day of the $300,000 Royal Challenge Indian Open golf ...
India holds Bangladesh to a draw
RAWALPINDI, MARCH 28. Defending champion Bangladesh could not do anything against a spirited Indian challenge as the teams drew goalless in the opening match of group `A' football competition in the ninth SAF Games at the Army Stadium here on ...
Sports : General
A platform for Indians to showcase talent
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 28.The majestic Margallah hills at the northern edge of the Potohar plateau look imposing. The sprawling Islamabad Sports Complex built with Chinese assistance and getting ready to hold the ninth SAF Games, looks to be under ...
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