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    TENNIS
    It's that time of the year again
    LONDON: : The sun is shining, the ever-increasing army of faithful have begun their vigil on the pavements outside the cathedral on Church Road, carefully manicured velvety green carpets have been rolled out to welcome the big boys who'll produce ...

    GOLF
    Retief Goosen in joint lead
    PINEHURST (U.S.): Defending champion Retief Goosen was among five players who escaped with only minimal damage and remained under par at the U.S. Open which turned into a horror show for some of the world's best golfers on Friday. Goosen ...

    CRICKET
    `India ready to move up to next level'
    Bangalore: The Indian cricket team is rich in talent but has come up with some indifferent performances of late. Greg Chappell, the coach of the Indian team, however, stayed positive and said, "Indian cricket is ready to move up to the next level ...

    Something special
    I have to admit my performance in Formula One lately has not been up to the mark with the races I've had in Monaco and Europe. My teammate Tiego Monteiro was outpacing me and I was having a tough time racing and adapting to circuits where I had ...

    Cricket
    CRICKET
    Mushtaq Ali is no more
    Chennai: Syed Mushtaq Ali is dead. A giant has gone. When life ebbed out of the 91-year-old former captain and Padma Shri awardee (1964) at Indore on Saturday morning, the moment marked the end of an epoch in Indian cricket. Mushtaq ...

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    Tennis
    Clarke masters Bopanna again
    GURGAON: Peter Clarke of Ireland continued to demonstrate his mastery over Rohan Bopanna as he beat the top seed 6-4, 7-5 in an hour and 46 minutes in the final of the ITF Satellite tennis circuit third leg at the NTA Complex here on ...

    `They already expect too much'
    London: After the sensational Australian Open breakthrough, followed by a celebrated triumph in Hyderabad and a frustrating battle with injuries, Sania Mirza journeyed back down to earth at the French Open. And, after less than six months in ...

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    Hockey


    Football
    Tamil Nadu storms into final
    Tiruchi: Host Tamil Nadu for the first time in 14 years booked its berth in the final of the 14th National under-21 (inter-zone) football championship when Muthuswamy's goal gave it a 1-0 win over Karnataka in the first semifinal at the St. ...

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    Athletics


    Badminton
    Another triple crown for Saina Nehwal
    KOCHI: For the second successive week, Andhra Pradesh's Saina Nehwal walked away with a treble in the all-India junior ranking circuit. The 16-year-old picked the junior singles, doubles and sub-junior singles titles without much effort at the ...

    Racing : Horse
    Flashing Star has an edge
    BANGALORE: Flashing Star, who is in fine fettle as evidenced by his track movements, has an edge over his nine rivals in the Colts Trial Stakes (1,600m), the star attraction of the races to be held here on Sunday. There will be no false rails. ...

    Cascabel impresses
    BANGALORE: Queen Of Fashion, Spectacular Blaze and Cascabel impressed when the horses were exercised here on Saturday morning. Outer sand 600m: Hesperus (Harish) 42. Maintains form. 800m: Onnu Onnu Onnu (Jagdale) 59.5, 600/43.5. ...

    Andreyan claims Chief Justice's Cup
    BANGALORE: Mr. D. Khaitan rep. Soom Stud Farm Pvt. Ltd.'s Andreyan ridden by C. Alford, won the Chief Justice's Cup, the feature event of the races here on Saturday. The winner is trained by R.R. Byramji. The results: 1. CAMINETO ...

    Racing : Motor
    Arai stays ahead
    `It was a good day overall. But we had a tyre loose in the back, it was quite distracting. It was quite slippery in places. I'm glad I'm at the front of the field'

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