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TENNIS
Henin-Hardenne overcomes stiff challenge from Bremond
Mauresmo, Clijsters and Sharapova ;compelte the semifinal line-up

Les Bleus up against wily Scolari
Domenech's men are on a roll but Portugal will provide the ultimate test

CRICKET
Pressures, challenges spur him on
KINGSTON: Over the last five years, Rahul Dravid, the batsman, has conquered icy peaks. When coach Greg Chappell — a great in Australian cricket — says the Indian skipper is "one of the best anywhere, anytime", you can sense his ...

Andrew Strauss is new Test captain
Appointment is only for the first Test

INSIDE SPORT
Zidane comes to the rescue of average Cup
Thrill in this Cup has been superseded by disappointment, writes Rohit Brijnath

India has the last laugh
The West Indies batsmen did not equip themselves to play on a tricky surface, writes Vivian Richards

Cricket
Sri Lanka smashes World record
Amstelveen: Sri Lanka erased the four-month-old World record of highest one-day total plundering 443 against the Netherlands here on Tuesday. Four days after battering England into submission at Headingley, the Lankans went past the mark of 438 ...

`One-day series loss was a blessing in disguise'
KINGSTON: Dressed in white linen and black corduroys, Indian coach Greg Chappell, few minutes from a flight that would take him to the U.S. to spend time with family, sought to emphasise that 50 years of cricket experience had taught him it was ...

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National sub-junior chess from July 6
VISAKHAPATNAM: The East Coast Chess Academy will conduct the National sub-junior chess championships for boys and girls (under-15) here from July 6 to 12 at the Vaisakhi Jala Udyanavaram. About 250 players are expected to participate and the ...

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Racing : Horse


Sports : General
Shashank and Mithun triumph
BANGALORE: On a day when top-seeded players reigned supreme, Shashank Menon and Mithun Manjunath bucked the trend to win the boys under-13 and under-10 singles titles respectively in the Tata Indicom State junior badminton tournament that ...

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Squash
Joshna Chinappa makes the main draw
HYDERABAD: : India's Joshna Chinappa seemed to be in the mood to prove a point or two in the qualifying round of the Qatar Airways Challenge 2006 WISPA squash championship, which began at Secunderabad Club Courts here on Tuesday. The ...

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