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Wednesday, May 28, 2003
Kirmani stumped by selectors' decision
CHENNAI, MAY 27. Syed Kirmani is an angry man these days and with good reasons too. The India `A' side to tour England from June, rather shockingly, contains just one specialist wicketkeeper. And Kirmani simply cannot understand the logic behind ...
Well done Australia, well done Windies
Australia's victorious blitz had to end some time and it did so after 21 one-dayers. Full marks to the Aussies for their stupendous run which significantly included the World Cup. My congratulations to the West Indians too for being the team ...
Costa survives a Roitman scare
PARIS, MAY 27. Defending French Open champion Albert Costa was one game from a straight-set defeat in the opening round on Tuesday before he rallied to beat an exhausted Sergio Roitman 6-7(3), 2-6, 7-5, 6-2, 6-2. Roitman has won just one match ...
Sweet revenge for Archana
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. Archana Venkataraman literally broke the back of Sheethal Goutham in recording a 7-5, 6-0 victory in the pre-quarterfinals of the $5000 ITF women's circuit Masters tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Tuesday. It was ...
Sania struggles past Sarah
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. Second-seeded Sania Mirza got off to a tough start before taming Sarah Raab of Germany 7-5, 4-6, 7-5 in the second round of the grade `I' Astrid Bowl ITF junior tennis tournament in Belgium on Tuesday. Despite running ...
For India it's a voyage of hope
PERTH, MAY 27. Competitive hockey is encased in a mystique that fascinates everyone. So structured, stylised and systematised is the system today that any endeavour to visualising what lies ahead turns futile. This is especially true when elite ...
$1m Nike deal for 13-year-old
WASHINGTON, May 27. Thirteen-year-old soccer prodigy Freddy Adu agreed to a $1 million contract with Nike, The Washington Post reported on Monday. Adu, already an offensive star on the U.S. under-17 national team, also has agreed to be ...
Indians may perform fairly well
HYDERABAD, MAY 27. Considering the various constraints such as the level of preparedness of the participating athletes, the timing of the meet and the heat and humidity prevailing in Hyderabad at this time of the year, it is unlikely that many ...
World and Reunification meets in jeopardy
CHENNAI, MAY 27. The World chess championship and Reunification series, scheduled for this year, came under a cloud when the Einstein Group admitted in a press release its failure to raise the required one million dollars for the classical World ...
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