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INSIDE SPORT
Roger Federer — statistical marvel, aesthetic delight
Federer's game appears to elevate on command, genius rising to meet the moment, writes Rohit Brijnath

CRICKET
Sixteen-year drought ends
LONDON: The new wonderkid Kevin Pietersen — at times batting like a dervish on speed — unleashed a series of pulverising strokes to make his maiden Test century as England denied Australia victory on the final day of the Ashes series ...

CRICKET
Milestone beckons Ganguly
India looking for a series win outside the sub-continent

India will be keen to get back to winning ways
Ganguly did not look too convincing in the ODIs, but will have the time to get set and build an innings, writes W.V. Raman

TENNIS
Sania climbs to 34th in rankings
NEW DELHI: Sania Mirza has jumped to a career-best ranking of 34 in the latest list released by the WTA. She was ranked 42 before the U.S. Open. The 18-year-old Sania has 888.75 ranking points, including 282 bonus points. She has reached close ...

MOTOR SPORTS
Memorable journey for Jussi Valimaki
CHENNAI: It has been a memorable journey for Jussi Valimaki in this year's edition of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship, as he claimed the Drivers' title with a second place finish in the Gudang Garam International Rally of Indonesia on Sunday. ...

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Athletics
Double for Dhanush
Bangalore: Dhanush Gowda of Best High School bagged a double in the Deccan Athletic Club weekend meet at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Sunday. Dhanush topped the boys' under-13 800m (2:39.1s) and 3,000m (11:41.5s) events. The results ...

Anitcham collects second gold
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: : Six records were set on the second day of the Kalyan Silks 17th South Zone junior athletic meet at the Vellayani Agriculture college ground here on Monday. However, athletes continued to disappoint in the track events and ...

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Chess
Madurai Kamaraj jumps into lead
VELLORE: International Master Deepan Chakravarthy, the highest rated player of the event won all his five games to help Madurai Kamaraj University snatch the sole lead at the end of the fifth round in the all-India inter-University being played ...

Racing : Horse
Vivid Colours shines
MYSORE: Vivid Colours, High Frequency, Success Heiress and Divine Diamond shone when the horses were exercised here on Monday morning (Sept. 12). Outer sand: 600m: Advertorial (Afsar Khan) 47. The Serow (rb) 42. In ...

Live Legend and Enaksi excel
Pune: Live Legend and Enaksi excelled when the horses were exercised here on Monday morning (Sept. 12). Outer sand: 600m: Twilight Charm (rb), Divine Proportion (rb) 37. Former was superior. 800m: Among Dreams (R. ...

Typhlosion in good nick
NEW DELHI: Typhlosion, who is tracking well, runs with a good chance in the Times Of India Cup (Div. I), the main event of the races to be held here on Tuesday. False rails (width about 6m from 900m to the winning post) will be in position. 1 ...

Poonawalla Million to be held on September 18
The race will be run over 1,600m with more than a dozen contestants vying for honours. It is a special day in the calendar as the punters and participants stand to benefit. It will not only be the winner of the race who will walk away with ...

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Squash
Dheeya claims title
MUMBAI: Unseeded Dheeya Somaya (Indore) continued her upset streak in the Airtel-Khar Gymkhana all India schools/colleges individual squash, winning the girls' under-13 final 11-8, 8-11, 11-5, 11-5 against second seed Ankita Sharma. The ...

Ronit overcomes Chirag Punjabi
MUMBAI: Ronit Patil overcame the loss of first two games to oust Chirag Punjabi by winning the next three games in a row in the SKF India-sponsored Little Masters Junior squash tournament boys' Under-13 first round on Monday. Harsh Kapadia ...

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