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Justine Henin's reign continues at Roland Garros
PARIS: Justine Henin claimed her third consecutive French Open title and her fourth overall taking advantage of 19-year-old Ana Ivanovic's shaky play to win 6-1, 6-2 here on Saturday. Henin closed out the match with a forehand ...
Federer, Nadal set for historic clash
PARIS: Roger Federer sat in an interview room, relishing his semifinal victory on Friday at the French Open and contemplating the match still under way between his nemesis, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. Would he rather face Nadal in the ...
Asia XI seals series with comprehensive win
Sourav Ganguly and Dilhara Fernando come good for the winner
Graham Ford named Team India coach
CHENNAI: Graham Ford is the new coach of the Indian cricket team. The former South African coach was offered a one-year term by the Board of Control for Cricket in India here on Saturday. After a late evening meeting of the interview panel, N. ...
Ford wins the race
Chennai: Graham Ford will be the new coach of the Indian cricket team. The former South African coach will initially be given a one-year term by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). It was at 10.30 p.m. on Saturday that the BCCI ...
A sloppy, shabby day for the West Indies
Djokovic relegated to the classroom
Paris: Novak Djokovic received a tennis lesson courtesy of Rafael Nadal in the French Open semifinals. "From every match, I learn something new," said Djokovic, who lost on Friday to Nadal, 7-5, 6-4, 6-2. "Especially this tournament - it's one ...
No sweat for Prakash
DEHRADUN: Prakash Amritraj asserted his supremacy with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Karan Rastogi in the final of the ONGC $10,000 ITF Futures men's tennis tournament at the Shanti Academy here on Saturday. It was the second victory in a row against ...
Arjun Atwal struggles
MEMPHIS: : With the fear of missing yet another cut looming large, Arjun Atwal was stranded with four more holes to go as early darkness truncated second round of the Stanford St. Jude Championship. As many as 26 players were yet to finish ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Alonso fastest in practice
MONTREAL: : It didn't take Lewis Hamilton long to get used to Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the latest new track for the sensational Formula One rookie. Hamilton, who has finished in the top three in each of his first five F1 races, goes into ...
Sports : General
Harshitha and Sudheera in final
HYDERABAD: B. Harshitha set up a title-clash with P. Sudheera in the girls' u-10 category of the third Twin Cities mini junior tennis tournament on Saturday. The results: Girls: U-10: Semifinals: B. Harshitha bt Y. Pranjala 9-7; P. ...
KSEB wins a thriller, clinches title
CHENNAI: Surviving a formidable challenge and several tense moments, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) women annexed the Kalimark Trophy in the St. Joseph's-P. John memorial all-India volleyball tournament at the Mayor Radhakrishnan ...
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