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TENNIS
Sharapova cruises; del Potro runs into Nadal
Paes & Bhupathi lose; Bernard Tomic shocks fifth-seeded Robin Soderling

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Of skill, brain and guts
On rare occasions when Sharad Dravid is in an indulgent mood, he will go to the KSCA ‘B' ground — adjacent to the Chinnaswamy Stadium — and watch his son Rahul practice with technical exactitude. Observing his son closely, be ...

FORMULA ONE
Vettel takes seventh pole of season
VALENCIA: Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel chalked up his seventh pole position in eight races this season as Red Bull swept the front row in qualifying for the European Grand Prix on Saturday. Australian teammate Mark Webber ...

CRICKET
This West Indies line-up lacks the essential attributes of batsmanship
Kingston (Jamaica): Application is the essence of batsmanship. This quality is in short supply in the West Indies line-up. Time and again, the Caribbeans have succumbed to stressful situations. Under pressure, desperation rather than an ...

CUE SPORTS
Little stars offer snooker a lifeline
KOCHI: As Gopika Pai appeared to settle down for a shot during a snooker friendly at the Regional Sports Centre on Saturday evening, Pranav Singh suggested that she try another angle. And watching keenly and waiting for their turn were Vignesh ...

BADMINTON
Saina Nehwal moves closer to title
Jakarta: Defending champion Saina Nehwal inched closer to a third successive Indonesian Open Super Series badminton title after advancing to the final with a three-game triumph over Chinese Taipei's Shao Chieh Cheng here on Saturday. The ...

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