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Mysore, President's XI well placed
BANGALORE, JULY 9.Mysore Zone and President's XI were well placed to enter the final of the KSCA inter-zone under-19 cricket tournament after the second day's play. President's XI had taken a 178-run lead over Dharwad and Mysore, after leading ...
Vaughan guides England to victory
BIRMINGHAM, JULY 9. The gods have turned away from South Africa in the last few days as it heads towards the final of the NatWest tri-series against England at Lord's and five Tests that will keep the team busy until mid-September. Its team of ...

A 'Juiliette' for Federer
GSTAAD (SWITZERLAND), JULY 9. Wimbledon winner Roger Federer won't be short of a few fondue (a dish of flavoured melted cheese) fixings after being presented with a personal cow at the 550,000-euro Swiss Open. Federer, who won Switzerland's ...
Federer doesn't let down his home fans
GSTAAD (SWITZERLAND), JULY 9. Newly-crowned Wimbledon champion Roger Federer overcame fatigue, high altitude, a change to clay and Spanish qualifier Marc Lopez to win 6-3, 6-7 (4-7), 6-3 in the Swiss Open on Tuesday. Federer had only three ...
Juniors have learnt a lot: Chandrasekaran
NEW DELHI, JULY 9. He was the guiding force through the six weeks of the arduous European junior tennis circuit. The seasoned coach T. Chandrasekaran played his role to the best of his abilities to ensure that all the four juniors returned home ...
Nitish and Kaushal shown the door
NELLORE, JULY 9. Seventh-seeded Nitish Raj and eighth-ranked Kaushal Mahale tumbled out of the All India Tennis Association (AITA) super series under-18 tennis tournament for the JSR Cup at the Nellore Club here on Wednesday. In the first ...

Tamil Nadu begins well
CHENNAI, JULY 9. Judged within the parameters of quality and content there was precious little to talk about in the twin contests that were featured on the opening day of the Madras Cricket Club-Murugappa Gold Cup hockey tournament at the Mayor ...
Sahara is India's new sponsor
NEW DELHI, JULY 9. Sahara is Indian hockey's new sponsor. The Sahara India Pariwar and the Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) struck the sponsorship deal in Lucknow on Wednesday by which the junior and senior Indian men's teams will be sponsored by ...

National circuit meet today
NAGERCOIL, JULY 9. The image of a forlorn figure trying hard to come to terms with reality still remains etched in memory. And as Sunita Rani gave the slip to the media at the Busan Asian Games village in early October last year, it marked the ...

India too good for Bangladesh
NEW DELHI, JULY 9. With expected ease, India pounded a hapless Bangladesh 109-53 to open its campaign in the Middle Asia Zone qualifying basketball championship at the NDMC Indoor Stadium here on Wednesday. India started slowly but picked up ...

Sasikiran dazzles, Humpy disappoints
ESBJERG (DENMARK), JULY 9. Grandmaster Krishnan Sasikiran scored yet another scintillating victory, outmanoeuvring GM Lenier Dominiguez of Cuba in the fifth round of the 18th North Sea Cup International chess tournament in progress here. ...
Shazuli wins tourney
CHENNAI, JULY 9. Y.S.A. Shazuli of ICF won the all-India inter-Railway chess individual championship with a tally of seven points here on Wednesday. Shazuli drew the final round against Preetham Sharma of Southern Railway. Final ...

Srinivasan triumphs
COIMBATORE, JULY 9. C.B. Srinivasan (plus five) emerged the winner in the Texvel Trophy golf tourney on a day of hectic activity at the Coimbatore Golf Club on Sunday. J. Sathish (plus three) was placed runner-up. The tournament was played on an ...

Racing : Horse
JAI-BTC stand-off: neither here nor there
BANGALORE, JULY 9. War of written words is apparently turning into one of attrition if the latest exchanges betweeen the Bangalore Turf Club (BTC) and the Jockeys Association of India (JAI) is any indication. An amicable settlement of the row ...

Sports : General
Mumbai to host World championship
MUMBAI, JULY 9. A world-class event that Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger has won many times will be held in Mumbai in November. The Indian Bodybuilding Federation (IBBF) and the sports event management company Procam International, which ...

It's third time lucky for Agaguloglu
BANGKOK, JULY 9. Cuban bantamweight boxer Guillermo Rigondeaux Ortiz, a top contender for the crown, was upset by Agasi Mehmet Agaguloglu of Azerbaijan on the third day of the 12th World amateur boxing championships at Bangkok's Nimibutr ...

India gets the better of Australia
SUPHANBURI, JULY 9. Two teams from two different continents asserted their superiority in the group toppers ranking for the quarterfinals and India and Russia walloped their opponents Australia and Iran respectively in the eighth World Youth ...

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