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Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Bhupathi-Pierce duo triumphs
London: Wimbledon 2005 ended on a high for India as Mahesh Bhupathi and Mary Pierce of France outplayed Paul Hanley of Australia and Tatiana Perebiynis of Ukraine 6-4, 6-2 in the mixed doubles final on Sunday evening. Seemingly drawing ...
India in a must-win situation against Korea
ROTTERDAM: At the half-way mark, the configuration in the Junior World Cup presents a striking panorama of new-emerging equations in contemporary hockey. While it is premature even at this stage to indulge in any endeavour of prognosticating the ...
Sania climbs to 70th spot
NEW DELHI: Propelled by her good showing in the Wimbledon, Sania Mirza reclaimed her all time high ranking of 70 on the latest WTA charts. According to information received here, Sania rode on her valiant show in the Wimbledon over the ...
BCCI to maintain status quo on Duleep Trophy
MUMBAI: The National Cricket Academy wards will have to wait for an opportunity to test their mettle against zonal squads in the Duleep Trophy. The BCCI's Tours/Fixtures committee decided to maintain status quo, atleast for this season, about the ...
Who can stop simply superb Federer?
LONDON: There is undoubtedly someone who can stop Roger Federer on London's hallowed green turf, but it isn't Andy Roddick, the hammerin' American homeboy, and it isn't anyone else who fox-trotted while Federer once again waltzed around the All ...
NEW DELHI: Prakash Amritraj lost to Frederic Niemeyer of Canada 4-6, 6-7 (3) in the final of the $50,000 Challenger tennis tournament on grass at Forest Hills, New York. The 21-year-old Prakash had beaten Rajeev Ram of the US 75, 5-7,7-6 (0) in ...
Shanthi triumphs in style
BANGALORE: Tamil Nadu's S. Shanthi posted a National record, the only one in two days of action at the MetLife National inter-State athletics championship, when she won the 3000m steeplechase for women here on Monday. The 24-year-old Pudukotai ...
Billiards & Snooker
Furyk finishes first this year, finally
LEMONT (Illinois): After finishing second three times this year, Jim Furyk answered Tiger Woods' charge with three straight birdies and hung on to win the Western Open on Sunday. It was his first victory since the 2003 Buick Open. After ...
Racing : Horse
Arizza and Clas work well
BANGALORE: Arizza, Clas, Seis Corona and Lanark worked well when the horses were exercised here on Monday morning. Outer sand 800m: Stealth (Gnaneshwar) 58.5. Eased up. Wistling Straights (Ranjeet) 56.5, 600/43.5. ...
Sports : General
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