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Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Nadal quells the Hewitt challenge; in last eight
Novak Djokovic enters quarterfinals with a thumping win
Henin desperate to keep lucky charm
PARIS: As she eyes a fourth French Open crown, Justine Henin is keen to hang on to her lucky charm. The only problem is that her mascot is an eight-year-old boy who cannot keep playing hookey in Paris. The presence of Emmanuel Rodriguez, ...
Curtain set to go up on Afro-Asia Cup tournament
Bangalore: It was supposed to be a tournament rich with a liberal coating of `star dust'. However, with a slew of withdrawals ranging from Sachin Tendulkar to Shoaib Akhtar and a last-minute change in the official telecaster from Nimbus ...
No change in Ranji format
BCCI shortlists Ford, and `unnamed foreigner'
Overlooks Dav Whatmore
Need to dwell on the problems of fast bowlers
The ICC must review all recommendations of the Cricket Committee, writes Makarand Waingankar
Denesh Ramdin comes good
DURHAM: Denesh Ramdin made his highest first-class score of 131 as West Indies settled for a draw on the third and final day of its tour match against MCC at the Racecourse Ground here on Sunday. Wicketkeeper Ramdin's innings followed up ...
Easy for Vijay Kannan
DEHRADUN: Vijay Kannan raced past Stephen Amritraj 6-3, 6-4 in the first round of the ONGC ITF men's Futures tennis tournament at the Shanti Academy here on Monday. An early break set the tempo for Vijay. He broke Stephen again in the ninth ...
Houghton calls for major overhaul
NEW DELHI: National football coach Bob Houghton on Monday criticised the continuing persistence of the game's administrators to insist on playing senior team members at all levels of football in the country. Houghton, who will complete one year ...
Pratik beats Arun
KOCHI: With a brilliant display that proved that tall boys could be fast and flexible too, Gujarat's Pratik Patel jolted the under-19 top seed Arun Nandaluri in a three-game thriller and entered the quarterfinals of the seventh Indian Oil Servo ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Sharath Kamal enters semifinals
JAIPUR: Defending champion Sharath Kamal faces his toughest test yet in the singles semifinals against top-seed Gao Ning of Singapore in the 17th Commonwealth table tennis championships at the Sawai Mansingh Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday. ...
CTTF may become a limited company
Ransome feels this will help in dealing with legal cases
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