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TENNIS
Hewitt sends Dent packing
London: Lleyton Hewitt has walked the tightrope all his life. What was a stroll in the park for a Pete Sampras in another era and is a joyful concert to orchestrate for a Roger Federer now, is a tough, often dangerous and almost always exhausting ...

CRICKET
Speedsters' conditioning camp begins
BANGALORE: : The fitness and conditioning camp for fast bowlers commenced at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) here on Monday. It aims to prepare the speedsters for the rigours of the long season that commences with the Tri-nation series next ...

England and Australia to fight it out in final
LEEDS: : England not only ensured its place in the NatWest one-day final when it defeated Bangladesh by five wickets at Headingley on Sunday but dragged Australia into the final as well. Frankly, Bangladesh is fortunate to finish third in any ...

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Runaway victory for Railways
NEW DELHI: Sanggai Chanu slammed in three goals in an unequal contest as Railways began its quest for its 20th straight National women's hockey title with an 8-0 drubbing of Air-India here on Monday. Sanggai opened the gates early on when she ...

Football
Argentina downs Mexico on penalties
HANOVER: Argentina set up a confrontation with traditional rival and World Cup holder Brazil in the final of the Confederations Cup after beating Mexico 6-5 in a penalty shootout on Sunday after a 1-1 tie. The two South American powerhouses ...

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Supriya Maji still in lead
SANGLI: Supriya Maji was the sole leader after the seventh round of 32nd women's National B chess championship, organised by Nutan Buddhibal Mandal, here on Monday. Supriya, playing black, drew her game with L. Iswarya Shobhana and now has six ...

Golf
A birdie helps Kim make a name
DENVER (U.S.): The hype for the 60th U.S. women's Open golf was all about Annika Sorenstam's quest for a Grand Slam. So when her name fell off the leader board, the tournament at Cherry Hills Country Club was all about whether a teenager — ...

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