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Impressive Ivanovic meets Henin
PARIS: Ana Ivanovic advanced to her first Grand Slam final by beating Maria Sharapova 6-2, 6-1 in the French Open semifinals here on Thursday. Defending champion and top seed Justine Henin spoiled the Serb party when she defeated Jelena ...
England fritters away the initiative
MANCHESTER: When Alistair Cook went to fifty with a cover drive in the final over before lunch with Michael Vaughan 40 and England 112 for one on the first day of the third Test against West Indies we sat back and wondered how ...
Recharged Ganguly in great spirits
CHENNAI: Sourav Ganguly swung around to recognise a familiar face at the team hotel lobby. "Have you retired," the Dada asked former India `A' southpaw Sridharan Sharath. When Sharath, in the reception panel for the two Afro-Asia Cup ODIs ...
Beckham inspires England to easy win
World Cup finalists Italy and France notch up victories
John McEnroe receives Chatrier Award
Federer, Henin best singles players
Talent, training keeps Negi on course
Ray Mali named acting ICC President
DUBAI: Cricket South Africa President Ray Mali was on Friday appointed as the acting President of the International Cricket Council following the death of Percy Sonn last month. Mr. Mali will assume the role of acting President with immediate ...
Women's hockey team to tour Japan
BANGALORE: The Indian women's hockey team, currently training at the SAI (South) Centre for the Asia Cup tournament scheduled to be held at Hong Kong in August, is likely to tour Japan later this month to play a few practice games. The team ...
Pollock bats for Ford
Bangalore: South African all-rounder and former captain Shaun Pollock said that Graham Ford, one of the candidates for the Indian coach's slot, has the right credentials for the job. "I have known Ford for a long time. We have worked together ...
Moya pleased with resurgence
PARIS: Carlos Moya was glad to rediscover his game at the French Open. "Well," he said Wednesday, "it disappeared for a couple of years." Once ranked No. 1, and a past French Open champion, Moya hadn't been to the quarterfinals at a major ...
David Beckham is indispensable now
Former captain vows to play in Euro 2008 finals
India loses out
NEW DELHI: India failed to reach the quarterfinals of the Beijing Olympic qualifier under-23 football match after a 0-2 loss to Thailand at Bangkok on Wednesday. Despite the win Thailand also failed to advance to the last-eight stage. North ...
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