French Open 2019 Draw: Rafael Nadal opens bid for 12th Roland Garros title against qualifier
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French Open 2019 Draw: Rafael Nadal opens bid for 12th Roland Garros title against qualifier

Related News Defending French Open champions Rafael Nadal (L) and Simona Halep (R) at the draw ceremony. (Source: AP) Rafael Nadal will start his campaign for a record-extending…

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French Open 2019: Where are they now? Jelena Ostapenko’s back with hope but high hurdles
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French Open 2019: Where are they now? Jelena Ostapenko’s back with hope but high hurdles

Related News Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko celebrates with the French Open trophy in 2017. (Source: Reuters) When Jelena Ostapenko cracked a backhand down the line to win the French…

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Virat Kohli Is Not Human, He’s A Machine, Says Brian Lara
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Virat Kohli Is Not Human, He’s A Machine, Says Brian Lara

“He is a machine. He has brought a different cricketer to the table than what we were accustomed to back in the 80s and 90s. Fitness was always…

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Team Profile, Windies: Last Hurrah For Many Caribbean Giants
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Team Profile, Windies: Last Hurrah For Many Caribbean Giants

Jason Holder (captain): The bowling all-rounder has been very good with the ball, with 51 wickets in the 41 ODIs that he’s played in the last three years,…

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Rafael Nadal And Roger Federer In Same Half Of French Open Draw
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Rafael Nadal And Roger Federer In Same Half Of French Open Draw

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer were placed in the same half of the draw for the French Open on Thursday meaning the two longtime rivals could meet in…

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World Cup: Meet Dinesh Karthik, a player you can never write off!
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World Cup: Meet Dinesh Karthik, a player you can never write off!

For Dinesh Karthik, it was competition that made him mentally tough. The constant need to stay ahead of his game, made him tougher. Overcoming odds and disappointments made…

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World Cup story in numbers: Ties and one that hurt South Africa
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World Cup story in numbers: Ties and one that hurt South Africa

As the teams gear up for the 2019 World Cup, here is a throwback to the numbers when one team trooped out winner, even if it was a tie! Two…

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World Cup story in numbers: The highs and lows Part I
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World Cup story in numbers: The highs and lows Part I

Ahead of World Cup 2019, here is a look at the statistics that cricket fans pore over and debate. Let’s start. The highest team total batting second, and…

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Hampshire seem set fair for honours after big win over Nottinghamshire
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Hampshire seem set fair for honours after big win over Nottinghamshire

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print Hampshire 310 (Weatherley 66, Fletcher 4-79) and 367 for 5 declared (Northeast 133, Rahane 119, Alsop 51*) beat Nottinghamshire 239 (Mullaney…

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PCB bans wives and family from travelling with team
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PCB bans wives and family from travelling with team

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print Wives and family members of Pakistan’s players at the World Cup will not be permitted to stay with them for the…

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