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Friday, July 04, 2003
You need three or four strong teams for the health of world cricket: Greg Chappell
One of the pre-eminent batsmen of all time, Greg Chappell is renowned not only for his magnificent Test record (7110 runs at an average of 53.86, including 24 centuries) but also for his elegance on and off the field. Chappell is also one of ...
Williams order restored in women's event
LONDON, JULY 3.Never make Serena Williams cry. If a smart coach were to write out a list of Top Ten `don'ts' for the world champion's chief rivals, the first one would be that. After the defending champion's awesome exhibition of aggressive ...
Bora to meet Dinesh in final
CHENNAI, JULY 3. Sweat dripping and the laboured movements mirrored the tight contest that went neck and neck before Bahniman Bora, the Assam lad who trains at the SAI Centre in Bangalore showed his ability to grab the final points to end the ...
Akut, Tilak and Ghate do India proud
MUMBAI, JULY 3. There are sportspersons who do not emote in victory and defeat, but there are many who wear their hearts on their sleeves. For example, Bhushan Akut, who has officially represented India in international badminton events from ...
Chetan ready to write a new script
HYDERABAD, JULY 3. For quite long, he has been tipped to be a potential champion at the highest level but never really scaling the summit when it mattered most. He has been rarely consistent in tune with his original, stylish game which could ...
Mamedyarov, Dzagnidze crowned champions
CHENNAI, JULY 2. Top-seeded Grandmaster Shakhriyaz Mamedyarov of Azerbaijan won the boys' title in the World junior chess championship, after accepting a five-move draw against Vitaly Bachin of Russia, in the thirteenth and final round at ...
Sandeep shocks Vivian
MUMBAI, JULY 3.Sandeep Jangra pulled the plug on third seed Vivian Rahmanan in the boys' under-19 pre-quarterfinals of the Rs 3.70 lakhs Herald Maritime Services All-India Squash Open on Thursday. The youngster used his wiles to good effect ...
Thailand's infrastructural richness compels attention
SUPHANBURI (THAILAND), JULY 3.This is a lovely tourist spot which is 169 kms away north from the bustling Bangkok, the most active sports centre in this part of the world. This town is hosting the World Youth boys' volleyball championship from ...
Pournima shoots best, but no medal, no quota
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. Pournima Gawhane, shot better than everybody else in a field of 70 competitors, but she could not stretch to get a medal or an Olympic quota, as she was shooting for the MQS in the air rifle event of the shooting World Cup in ...
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