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    Cricket
    Fourth Test drawn
    ST. JOHN'S (Antigua): The fourth cricket Test between the West Indies and South Africa meandered to a tame draw on Tuesday. South Africa had already retained the Sir Vivian Richards Trophy with victories in Trinidad and Barbados, and completed ...

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    Tennis
    Belgians hold centrestage again
    If what we desire from sport is theatre, rivalries, diversity, skill, beauty, competition, then women's tennis is almost unmatched in the professional arena. The case for unequal prize money has a fresh argument: perhaps the women deserve more. ...

    Roddick masters clay and Costa
    ROME: Top seed Andy Roddick demonstrated his growing maturity on clay by beating former French Open champion Alberto Costa 6-4, 7-5 to reach the last 16 of the Rome Masters on Wednesday. Though ranked nearly 50 places below the American, Costa ...

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    Football
    Liverpool enters final
    LIVERPOOL: Twenty years after the Heysel Stadium tragedy that shamed soccer, Liverpool has returned to the European Cup final, now called the Champions League. Rafa Benitez' team edged newly-crowned English champion Chelsea 1-0 in the ...

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    Chess
    Nisha makes a significant move
    BANGALORE: Nisha Mohota made a significant move forward in the dash for the title with a vital victory even as her nearest rival Mary-Ann Gomes conceded half a point in the 11th round of the National Women's `A' chess championship here on ...

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    Tendulkar to cheer Narain at Barcelona
    London: Sachin Tendulkar will cheer for Narain Karthikeyan from the stands at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona when the later burns rubber in the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, according to media reports here. Tendulkar is a well-known ...

    Table Tennis
    China lands first gold
    SHANGHAI: China moved claimed its first gold medal at the World table tennis championhips when Wang Liqin and Guo Yue, ranked second, won the mixed doubles final against teammates Liu Guozheng and Bai Yang 11-4, 6-11, 6-11, 11-7, 11-9, 7-11, ...



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