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Thursday, January 06, 2005
Gimelstob knocks out Bjorkman
CHENNAI, JAN. 5.The 6"5' tall Justin Gimelstob of the U.S. knocked out fourth-seeded Jonas Bjorkman of Sweden 6-0, 4-6, 6-3 in the second round of the Chennai Open tennis championship at the Nungambakkam Stadium here on Wednesday, The ...
Amritraj cousins flatter to deceive
CHENNAI, JAN. 4. The Amritraj cousins, with their chest thumps and facial contortions, reminded us a little of Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi; even raising hopes briefly of pulling off an upset win over Karsten Braasch and Robert Lindstedt ...
Defeat stares England
CAPE TOWN, JAN. 5. England is half way to defeat and so far from victory that the possibility has to be discounted after a day in which it never applied itself properly to the task of batting for nearly two days. South Africa seem sure to win ...
Australia completes sweep
SYDNEY, JAN. 5.Ricky Ponting led from the front with a double hundred in the first innings and stroked the winning runs with a boundary on the first ball he faced on Wednesday as Australia thrashed Pakistan by nine wickets to sweep the series ...
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