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Sunday, January 02, 2005
Can Moya break the jinx?
CHENNAI, JAN. 1. The eight editions of the ATP Open in Chennai has survived many a threat, withdrawal and early exit by star players to reach where it is now. A Spaniard in the best form of his life and with generous dose of help from the ...
Australia changes winning combination
SYDNEY, JAN. 1. Australian selectors changed a winning combination, dropping fast bowler Michael Kasprowicz and Darren Lehmann for leg-spinner Stuart MacGill and rookie all-rounder Shane Watson for the third cricket Test against an ...
IMG's gift, Chennai's pride
CHENNAI, JAN. 1.It is a world-class event that Chennai is proud to hold every year. The ATP Tour event in Chennai, that has seen some of the outstanding tennis players like Patrick Rafter, Boris Becker, Carlos Moya, Richard Krajicek, Yevgeny ...
Jesuraj & Vidyut help Tamil Nadu take lead
CHENNAI, JAN. 1. The pace-spin combination of R. Jesuraj and Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan provided Tamil Nadu a lead of 102 runs over Maharashtra on the second day of the Elite `B' Ranji Trophy duel at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium. Maharashtra, ...
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