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Sunday, January 11, 2004
Zimbabwe game for a fight
SYDNEY, JAN. 10. Australia has no fears of being brought down by Zimbabwe at the SCG on Sunday. Leading 19-1 ahead of another clash against the African opponent in the VB Tri-series, Australia has proved to be masters against Zimbabwe. But ...
Lee sends SOS to Lillee
SYDNEY, JAN. 10. Australian fast bowler Brett Lee has sent an SOS to Dennis Lillee to fly over at his expense to Sydney and help him come out of his current bowling rut ahead of the Australia-Zimbabwe day-night tie of the triangular series here ...
Streak seeks changes
SYDNEY, JAN. 10. Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak has given plenty of food for thought for the International Cricket Council (ICC). Streak wants the ICC to introduce fresh ideas in One-Day Intenationals (ODIs). He placed a few points seeking ...
Srichaphan claws back from the brink
CHENNAI, JAN. 10. The `Tiger' showed his worth in a nail-biting semifinal contest of the Tata Open tennis championship at the Nungambakkam Stadium here on Saturday. Thailand's Paradorn Srichaphan, the defending champion and second seed, ...
Sheethal has it easy
HYDERABAD, JAN. 10. Sheethal Goutham faced few problems in subduing Farah Mahmood 6-1, 6-3 in the Soma-Seven Hills International Tennis Federation $10,000 women's tournament qualifiers at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh complex here on ...
Australia and Korea split points
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 10. In a match devoid of finesse, flair and aggression three vital ingredients in contemporary hockey Australia and South Korea shared points in the Sultan Azlan Shah Trophy here this evening. The Aussies ...
Anand-Leko game drawn
CHENNAI, JAN. 10. Title holder Viswanathan Anand started his campaign with a draw with the black pieces against Peter Leko of Hungary in the opening round of the Corus chess tournament in Wijk aan Zee in The Netherlands on Saturday. Anand and ...
Laxman nails Humpy
MUMBAI, JAN. 10.R.R. Laxman brought down a high-flying Koneru Humpy as the Commonwealth championship got off to a chaotic start at the Hotel Mirador here on Saturday. Once the action commenced an hour behind schedule, top seed Nigel Short, K. ...
Racing : Motor
A dream come true for rallyists
CHENNAI, JAN. 10. The 14 rally drivers couldn't have asked for anything better: a training camp with four-time World champion Juha Kankkunen, one of the most successful drivers in the history of the sport. The Finn, invited by the MRF Rally ...
Amit, Farokh hog the limelight
MUMBAI, JAN. 10.Indian sailors Amit Arvind and former World Enterprise champion Farokh Tarapore grabbed the spotlight with a fine exhibition of sailing skills on the second day of the 11th Asian Sailing Championships. The former won the third ...
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