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Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Maria Sharapova opens her defence in style
London: Her face reflected pure joy. The face that adorns the bedroom walls of tens of millions of testosterone-charged teenagers from Mumbai to Montreal and London to Lahore betrayed all the emotions of a long time prisoner just released from a ...
36-member probables list announced
BANGALORE: A 36-member probables list for the Indian team scheduled to tour Sri Lanka for the Tri-Nation Series, was announced here on Tuesday afternoon. Besides the regulars, the probables list also features promising youngsters like India ...
A lot of love for Roger Federer
LONDON: Two-time defending champion Roger Federer feels a lot of love at the All England Club. "I warmed up this morning at (court) 11 on the outside courts," Federer said after his first-round win over Paul-Henri Mathieu. "Everyone you met ...
Will Indian seniors make the grade?
Chennai: Nobody can blame the Volleyball Federation of India (VFI) officials if they nurture the dream of India playing in the World senior men's championship. Now, India is on the threshold of making it to the coveted event when the World ...
English batsmen wreak havoc
NOTTINGHAM: England reached 391 for four, its biggest one-day score, on a perfect batting pitch at Trent Bridge as it made a statement about its World Cup intentions two years hence. It is also the highest total Bangladesh has conceded. Andrew ...
R.K. Khanna passes away
NEW DELHI: The former president of the All India Tennis Association (AITA), R.K. Khanna, passed away on Tuesday morning following complications from pneumonic fever. He has been ailing for about a month. He was 81. Mr. Khanna is survived by his ...
Salifu sends Bopanna packing
DEHRADUN: Rohan Bopanna was not ready for the final stretch and bowed out in the pre-quarterfinals of the ONGC ITF Satellite tennis circuit Masters event at the Doon School courts here on Tuesday. On a day when a spell of rain and hailstorm ...
Sania takes centre-stage
London: It will be another feather in Sania Mirza's cap when she takes on Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia in the second round in Wimbledon on Wednesday as the match is scheduled to be played on the Centre Court, the most famous tennis court in the ...
Bengal clinches Dutta Roy Trophy
Tiruchi: Last year's runner-up, Bengal staved off a stiff challenge from host Tamil Nadu to lift the Dutta Roy Trophy in the 14th National under-21 (inter-zone) football championship here on Tuesday. In a pulsating final, the visitor tamed the ...
Harwant, Maha, Anil bag gold medals
SINGAPORE: Maha Singh was just a centimetre short of the magical eight-metre mark in long jump as Indian athletes continued their medal-winning spree in the Asian Grand Prix circuit on Tuesday. In the second meet of the circuit, the Indians, ...
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