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Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Serena Williams fails to stop Justine Henin
PARIS: The jeers were brief in the French Open rematch between Serena Williams and Justine Henin. The result was the same. Henin won again. Keeping Williams on the move with her versatile shotmaking, three-time champion Henin advanced to ...
All set for first ODI
Bangalore: High-voltage action returns to the Chinnaswamy Stadium after almost two years. The second Afro-Asia Cup inaugural ODI here on Wednesday will be the first official match in Bangalore after November 2005 when Dravid's men defeated Graeme ...
Facile wins for Asian men and women
Rumeli Dhar and Jhulan Goswami engineer a spectacular collapse
Emburey in the race
Chennai: Former England off-spinner John Emburey is the second contender for the job of the Indian cricket team coach. Confirming this to The Hindu on Tuesday, the BCCI executive secretary Prof. Ratnakar Shetty said, "Yes, he has been ...
Graham is a fantastic coach: Arthur
Bangalore: South African Graham Ford, shortlisted for the post of Indian coach, found warm words and some welcome support from Mickey Arthur, the South African coach who is here as coach of the African XI for the Afro Asia Cup. Talking to the ...
Andreev's awesome forehand
Friendship will be set aside as Moya prepares to face Nadal
`I have enjoyed the challenges'
Bangalore: Mahela Jayawardene has an impish charm but beneath the velvet gloves, the iron fist is quite handy. The Sri Lankan skipper, who will lead the Asian XI in the three-match Afro Asia Cup ODIs commencing in Bangalore on Wednesday, spoke at ...
Blame it on Freddie: Vaughan
He is fantastic for team spirit: Moores
Vinod stuns Jeevan
DEHRADUN: He may be younger, with greater potential and a better ranking, but Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan continued to find Vinod Sridhar a stumbling block as he failed to cross the first hurdle in the ONGC $10,000 ITF men's Futures tennis tournament ...
Kapur misses berth for US Open
Walton Heath (England): Young Indian golfer Shiv Kapur fell short by two shots in his quest to earn a US Open berth when he totalled 141 at Surrey. Kapur shot rounds of 73 and 68, as the last of the nine qualifiers went through at 139 on ...
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