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India looks like the champion side
SYDNEY, JAN. 4. India has looked like the champion team while Australia has struggled to get into the match over the first three days of the Sydney Test. If Australia doesn't reverse things over the final two days then India will pull off an ...
India has Australia on the mat
SYDNEY, JAN. 4. Pushed into a corner and faced with an unfamiliar situation, the Australians groped in the dark against veteran Anil Kumble and the young Irfan Pathan on another day of captivating cricket at the Sydney Cricket Ground here on ...
India to tour Pakistan in March
KOLKATA, JAN. 4.India will tour Pakistan from the first week of March to the middle of April and will be preferring to play the five one-dayers ahead of the three Test matches, revealed the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, ...
Superstars and passionate fans a heady mix
CHENNAI, JAN. 4.Seven years have gone by since the premier ATP tournament, the only one in India, came to Chennai. Known popularly as the Gold Flake Open initially and now the Tata Open, for tennis fans and the city has a legion ...
Roll of Honour
2003: Michael Kholmann & Julian Knowle bt F. Cernak & Z. Friedl 7-6, 7-6
CHENNAI, JAN. 4. With nearly half of the 25 direct entries being Spaniards, one really cannot be faulted in believing that an Armada from the land of the Costa del Sol and Malaga wine is laying siege at the Nungambakkan Tennis Stadium here this ...
CHENNAI, JAN. 4.Normally, any discussion before the championship would revolve around the game the likely winner and the darkhorse but for the past three years, it has been about whether the event will stay in Chennai. ...
CHENNAI, JAN. 4. Paradorn Srichaphan carries the mantle of being the top Asian in world tennis with ease. The last two seasons have seen the Thai improve from 120 to a year-end ranking of 11 in 2003. During the course of last year, the winner ...
NEW DELHI, JAN. 4. The All India Tennis Association (AITA) has drawn a long plan for 2004, in which it has promised to extend coaching and travel support to select players. As per the programme, players like Karan Rastogi, Somdev Dev Varman, ...
KOZHIKODE, JAN. 5. Mary Ann Gomes posted her seventh win in as many games to emerge the sole leader after the eighth round of the Kajah second National sub-junior chess super league at the Chess India Complex here on Sunday. She has seven points, ...
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