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Friday, August 05, 2005
Sania stuns Petrova
NEW DELHI: Sania Mirza overpowered the ninth-ranked fourth seed, Nadia Petrova of Russia 6-2, 6-1 in 54 minutes to move into the third round of the Acura Classic WTA tennis tournament in San Diego. The victory, her second over a top-10 player, ...
A pleasure watching ageing gladiators
Leaps in sports science have meant that bodies are being listened to more closely, writes Rohit Brijnath
ALL IN THE GAME
Playing five bowlers will benefit India
Dravid will have to try a different combination in the coming encounters
England off to a blistering start
BIRMINGHAM: : A collective madness overtook England and Australia at the start of the second Test; perhaps it had something to do with the nervy state of these troubled times. Whatever the cause, the result was the most unfamiliar sight in ...
The weak link in Indian attack
COLOMBO: The lack of a fifth regular bowler has stood out like a sore thumb in India's campaign in the IndianOil Cup tri-series so far. For the second time in the competition, host Sri Lanka took advantage of this weak link in the Indian attack ...
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