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Wednesday, January 05, 2005
Moya survives Knowle scare
CHENNAI, JAN. 4. Carlos Moya of Spain survived anxious moments before downing qualifier Julian Knowle of Austria, ranked 141 in the ATP Entry list, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) in the first round of the Chennai Open tennis championship at the Nungambakkam ...
Bjorkman swats Karan Rastogi
CHENNAI, JAN. 4. To your left, ladies and gentlemen, you see Jonas Bjorkman, a former world number four who has reached the semifinal of the US Open once, and is also a multiple Grand Slam winner in doubles. On the right, we have 18-year-old ...
Gilchrist at his marauding best
SYDNEY, JAN. 4.Ricky Ponting scored 207 before his dismissal triggered a lower-order collapse on Tuesday, with Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria snaring seven wickets as Australia was bowled out for 568 in the third cricket Test. By stumps ...
Miserable day for England
CAPE TOWN, JAN. 4. Charl Langeveldt, a bowler in pain from a broken hand and Jacques Kallis, aiming to be batting king of the world, reduced the all-conquering England team to inevitable defeat at Newlands on Tuesday. Rain could save it but even ...
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