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Monday, June 04, 2007
Serena storms into quarterfinals
Federer, Vaidisova and Henin advance
Indian coach to be named today
Bangalore: The Indian cricket coach's vacant chair has garnered tremendous interest after the resignation of Greg Chappell. Ravi Shastri was the manager for India's tour of Bangladesh before going back to his media job and now attention is ...
French hopes go up in smoke
PARIS: French tennis fans were left shaking their heads in dismay on Saturday as for the first time in 10 years no home player made it into the last 16 of the men's singles at Roland Garros. The last hope was cruelly crushed when wildcard ...
A happy development
CHENNAI: The return of drag-flicker Sandeep Singh to the national hockey team is a happy development. Laid low by a freak accident on way to New Delhi en-route to the 2006 World Championship at Monchengladbach, the bullet injury kept the trump ...
Narain emerges triumphant
At the end of it all, Team Rams Racing's Narain Shankar emerged triumphant in the second edition of the J.K. Tyre Junior Racing Cup at Sriperumbudur. The champion scored 87 points. Narain's compatriot Sudarshan Rao finished second with 75 ...
David Graveney's warning to the England players
LONDON: David Graveney, the chairman of selectors, warned the England players that they are "not bomb proof" and that there are plenty of ambitious cricketers in the counties waiting to take their place. Graveney is hardly the Alec Ferguson ...
Sidhappa steals the show
BANGALORE: MEG's P.M. Shanawas (38:59s) won the men's 12km race in the K. Netkallappa Memorial road races held by the Deccan Athletic Club around the Sree Kanteerava stadium. His team-mates Vibeen D'Silva And Santosh followed in that order. ...
Billiards & Snooker
Atwal slides to tied 26th
Glenview: A poor front nine cost Arjun Atwal dearly as he slipped to the 26th spot after returning an even-par 72 in the third round of the LaSalle Bank Open at The Glen Club here. Atwal sank in five birdies but in his quest for more, he ended ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Abhinav, Raghunath miss final by a point
NEW DELHI: Abhinav Bindra and P. T. Raghunath shot identical scores of 595 out of 600 and missed the air rifle final by one point as the shooting World Cup in Munich concluded on Sunday. Raghunath finished tenth as he followed five rounds of 99 ...
Sports : General
Amalraj overcomes Monday Merotohun
`This is my best performance'
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