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KIWI CORNER
A dress rehearsal
I personally feel it would be better to rest Bond.

CRICKET
Kiwis plan `subtle changes'
HARARE: "It will be interesting to look at the team make-ups before the final," said New Zealand all-rounder Jacob Oram before the match against India in the Videocon tri-series at the Harare Sports Club on Friday. "Might be a chance to get a ...

TENNIS
Fortune favours the brave Sania
NEW YORK: It figures that Sania Mirza would find inspiration in the first-round upset of Andy Roddick by Luxembourg's Gilles Muller. Mirza, like Muller, knows how it feels to carry a racket bag sagging with the weight of a country's ...

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SPIC-TNCA wins
Chennai: SPIC-TNCA XI registered an emphatic nine-wicket victory over Maharashtra in the final of the Mindteck-Buchi Babu tournament here on Thursday. Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan sent off-spinner Nilesh Paradkar soaring over the wide long-on fence to ...

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Tennis
Youth is served, but Nadal serves a bit better
NEW YORK: If the teenagers had curfews, they would have broken them. Rafael Nadal, 19, and 18-year-old Scoville Jenkins played a second-round match at the U.S. Open on Wednesday night that was so chock full of drama, it could not be contained in ...

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Romantic Count bags main event
MYSORE: Mr. & Mrs. Shapoor P. Mistry and Mr. & Mrs. Cyrus P. Mistry representing Manjri Stud Farm Ltd.'s Romantic Count (Suraj Narredu up) bagged the Udhagamandalam Cup, the main event of the races here on Thursday. The winner is trained by .

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