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TENNIS
Roger Federer marches on
London: In sport, beauty is mostly an illusion. And Roger Federer is the single most gifted active illusionist. He makes you believe that he is an artistic genius lost on his canvas, one with his art, oblivious to the surroundings, creating ...

CRICKET
Australia cruises to victory
MANCHESTER: : Just be warned. Australia is back on the warpath after a ten-wicket win against woeful Bangladesh and ready by next week-end to snatch the NatWest Trophy from England. It is the only side likely to qualify even if it is still ...

VOLLEYBALL
India enters final in style
Chennai: India downed Thailand 28-26, 25-21, 25-18 in 71 minutes in front of over 8,000 spectators in the World senior men's volleyball championship qualifier (phase one) at the SDAT multipurpose indoor stadium here on Saturday. In another ...

SQUASH
Ritwik takes the honours
CHENNAI: Experience helped Ritwik Bhattacharya defeat unseeded Siddharth Suchde and emerge a comfortable winner of the $6000 ICL-Chennai Open squash tournament here on Saturday. The forty-one minute title-clash, ending in straight games, was a ...

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Mexico to take on Argentina
HANOVER (GERMANY): The Aztecs stretched their unbeaten run to 20 games, goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez hasn't given up a goal in 258 minutes, and the route to Sunday's semifinal against Argentina included last weekend's 1-0 victory over Brazil. ...

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Swati, Supriya share lead
Sangli: Bengal's Swati Mohota and Supriya Maji were in joint lead after winning their fifth round matches in the 32nd women's National B chess tournament here on Saturday. Swati defeated overnight joint leader Kiran Manisha Mohanty in 54 moves ...

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Parthenon wins Karnataka Sub-Area Cup
BANGALORE: Mr. Atul N. Amersey & Mrs. Rashmee A. Amersey's Parthenon (Suraj Narredu up) won the Karnataka Sub-Area Cup the feature event of the races here on Saturday. The winner is trained by Byramji. The results: 1. NEW MARKET PLATE ...

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