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TENNIS
Safin shuts out a listless Djokovic
Ivanovic survives scare; Paes-Dlouhy take the tough route to advance

CRICKET
India mauls a hapless Hong Kong
Dhoni and Raina slam centuries

EURO 2008
Russia needs to cut down on simple errors
Spain to stick to strategy of quick, attacking play

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India takes on Pakistan
KARACHI: The irony cannot be missed. Shoaib Malik’s men recently won the Kitply Cup at Dhaka defeating archrival India. And yet, the Pakistan skipper looks as though he is shouldering a burden. It doesn’t help that his moves ...

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Cricket makes its mark in China
Karachi: China might conjure up visions of the Great Wall and lip smacking cuisine. How about China and cricket? Does the twain meet? Yes it does and according to Rashid Khan, former Pakistan fast bowler, cricket’s formative steps ...

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Sangakkara takes Lanka to big win
LAHORE: Kumar Sangakkara’s eighth limited-overs century powered defending champion Sri Lanka to a 131-run win against Bangladesh in a Group ‘A’ match of the Asia Cup here on Wednesday. Sangakkara hit 16 boundaries in ...

CRICKET
India looks the best of the lot in the fray
India is a young, fearless side that is led by a young fearless captain, writes Imran Khan

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Controversy spoils New Zealand’s win
LONDON: Controversy spoiled the end of the England-New Zealand fourth one-day international at the Oval when the all-rounder Grant Elliott, who was promising to win the game for the Kiwis, was knocked over by the bowler Ryan Sidebottom ...

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