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Tuesday, April 05, 2005
It's up to us to keep the momentum going
Our fine win at Kochi was based on a solid all-round performance. We lost two early wickets, but Virender Sehwag and Rahul Dravid, once again, bailed us out from a potentially dangerous situation with some very sensible batting. Their 201-run ...
Conditions in the middle will test the players again
VISAKHAPATNAM, APRIL 4. Rahul Dravid rallied around his beleaguered skipper Sourav Ganguly when he said, "the true challenge for a team is to carry a player or two who aren't in nick and still get the required results." The man they refer to as ...
A short journey into the mind of Federer
Roger Federer is a bare-knuckle fighter dressed in a Hugo Boss suit. His prettiness conceals his merciless nature, his elegance disguises his grit, his flair masks his fury. In Sunday's Nasdaq Open final, he was two sets down and 3-5 in the ...
West Indies scents victory
GEORGETOWN, APRIL 4. Paceman Pedro Collins took the key wicket of South African captain Graeme Smith before the close as the West Indies scented victory on the fourth day of the first Test on Sunday. South Africa, which followed on 355 runs ...
Cricket Down Under programme launched
MUMBAI, APRIL 4. Australian legend Greg Chappell and his ally Ian Frazer, a former first class cricketer and sports scientist, have helped children above 12 to learn cricket in what is now famously knows as `The Chappell Way.' Being launched in ...
India-New Zealand semifinals
DURBAN, APRIL. 4. India will play New Zealand in the second semifinal of the eighth women's cricket World Cup in the town of Potchefstroom, near Pretoria, on Thursday. India has finished with 30 points in the league table, while New Zealand has ...
India at Visakhapatnam
CHENNAI, APRIL 4. India has won two of its three ODIs at Visakhapatnam's Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, defeating New Zealand by four wickets in 1988 and overcoming West Indies by four runs in 1994. In 2001, Australia beat India by 93 runs at ...
Federer lifts Key Biscayne title
KEY BISCAYNE, APRIL 4.Top-ranked Roger Federer rallied from two points from defeat and won the Nasdaq-100 Open by beating 18-year-old Spaniard Rafael Nadal 2-6, 6-7(4), 7-6(5), 6-3, 6-1 on Sunday. Federer trailed 4-2 in the third set and 5-3 ...
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