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Saturday, April 10, 2004
A big Test for `Dada'
LAHORE, APRIL 9. There has been a momentum shift in the Samsung Test series. Pakistan came back forcefully at the Gaddafi Stadium, and the decider is pregnant with possibilities. For the big game at Rawalpindi, the man called `Dada' should be ...
Hard to look beyond another England win
ST. JOHN'S, APRIL 9. Hard as one might try, it is impossible to see any other result apart from a quick, decisive England victory when the fourth and final Test begins on Saturday. West Indies has made one change Sylvester Joseph in ...
Leander comes to India's rescue again
OSAKA, APRIL 9. Leander Paes may not have played a Tour singles match for ages. He's grown older; his reflexes may be fading. His step perhaps less assured. But when he's playing in the Davis Cup, you back off from making any brash predictions ...
Henin rallies past Martinez
AMELIA ISLAND (FLORIDA), APRIL 9. World No. 1 Justine Henin-Hardenne reached the quarterfinals of the Bausch & Lomb Championships by rallying to deny Conchita Martinez her 700th career victory on Thursday. Henin-Hardenne won 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 despite ...
IHF announces 18-member team
NEW DELHI, APRIL 9. The Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) on Friday announced an 18-member team for the twin four-nation tournaments in Australia, starting on April 14. The tournaments will be held in Sydney and Canberra. Dhanraj Pillay, Baljit ...
Valencia beats Bordeaux
LONDON, APRIL 9. UEFA Cup favourite Valencia scored two valuable away goals in a 2-1 victory at Bordeaux in the first-leg quarterfinals on Thursday, putting the Spanish team in good shape to reach the semifinals. The second-leg matches for ...
Banking & Finance
Former rider blames doctor in Cofidis doping scandal
PARIS, APRIL 9. Several Cofidis cyclists and the team's doctor Jean-Jacques Menuet are accused by a former rider of widespread doping abuse, a newspaper reported on Friday. Sports daily L'Equipe published extracts of the testimony given ...
Rose in full bloom
AUGUSTA (GEORGIA), APRIL 9. Justin Rose, who finished fourth at the British Open as a 17-year-old amateur, slipped into obscurity after turning pro. But he's started to get his game back in shape, which was quickly apparent in the opening round ...
Racing : Motor
Schumacher surprised with his impressive season start
MILAN, APRIL 9. Michael Schumacher said he did not expect his impressive season start, with three wins in as many races, and ruled out a possible record of all wins in the 18-round world championship this year. Schumacher, a six-time world ...
Sports : General
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