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    Agassi bows out
    PARIS: Playing flat-footed and looking weary, Andre Agassi lost on Tuesday in the opening round of the French Open for the second year in a row. Agassi did not request treatment from a trainer, but he rarely ran after shots in the final two ...

    I played a decent match: Sania
    Paris: Sania Mirza shrugged off the disappointment of a first round defeat at the French Open on her maiden appearance, saying she played a ``decent match'' given her injury. Sania, on the comeback trail from an eight-week layoff following an ...

    Navpreet upstages Ranvijay; sweet revenge for Joseph
    Ludhiana: Kulwinder Singh, Ritu Rani (hammer), Jagdish Bishnoi (javelin) and Railways' Neelam J. Singh (discus) recorded their fourth successive wins in the domestic meets, winning their respective events in the third leg of the AFI National ...

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    Amarnath criticises coach selection process
    New Delhi: Mohinder Amarnath, who failed to get selected as the Indian cricket team coach recently, has questioned the validity of the process adopted by the Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) to pick the right man for the job. "How can the ...

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