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Sunday, June 05, 2005
Henin-Hardenne makes it a no-contest
'I tried to put the pressure on her from the start and it worked'
Paes-Martina falter at the final hurdle
PARIS: The last Indian hope in the French Open extinguished as Leander Paes, seeded sixth alongwith tennis great Martina Navratilova, lost the mixed open final 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 to Fabrice Santoro and Daniela Hantuchova at the Roland Garros. ...
Can the Nadal juggernaut be stopped?
PARIS: Rafael Nadal's furious charge towards his first Grand Slam title will reach a successful conclusion on Sunday if he beats Argentine Mariano Puerta in the French Open final. The powerful Spanish left-hander pummelled world number one ...
Sandeep wins thriller
GURGAON: Sandeep Coudhary defeated Vikram Aditya Menon 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (14-12) in a gripping contest in the first qualifying round in the second leg of the ITF Satellite tennis circuit at the NTA Complex here on Saturday. The ...
DTC moves past DDA
NEW DELHI: S. S. Negi and Michael Raj scored a goal each in either halves and steered Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to a 2-0 win against a depleted Delhi Development Authority (DDA), in a Division `A' match in the Delhi Soccer Association ...
24 athletes for Asian GP
NEW DELHI: The Athletic Federation of India (AFI) has picked 24 athletes, 12 men and as many women, to represent India at the three Asian Grand Prix events. Athletes' performances at the three National Circuit meets and the Federation Cup, ...
Arif dons a new role
HYDERABAD: Having been a coach for more than three decades before retirement, Dronacharya awardee S.M. Arif just could not resist the temptation to get back on court. Bowing to requests from former trainees, he has decided to be an advisor at the ...
Vijay Kumar emerges champion
Amby Valley (Lonavala): Beating back the challenge from Shiv Kapur, Ashok Kumar and S.S.P. Chaurasia made, Vijay Kumar of Lucknow won the Amby Valley PGA Championship of India by a comfortable two-stroke margin. Chourasia and Shiv Kapur ...
Naavdeep Kaur takes silver
NEW DELHI: Naavdeep Kaur Dhillon shot the best in the final with a 103.6 but had to be content with the silver in the women's air rifle with a 496.6 in the Meeting of Shooting Hopes international shooting competition in Plzen, Czech ...
CHENNAI: India's Joshna Chinappa lived up to the reputation as the top seed to beat Annie Au of Hong Kong to clinch the Under-19 girl's title in the Milo All Stars Malaysian junior open squash 2005 at the Astaka Squash Centre in Selangor on ...
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