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Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray wins five-set thriller, faces Tomas Berdych in semis; Roger Federer fights back

Wimbledon 2016: Roger Federer, Andy Murray hope to channel cru...

Home star Andy Murray and sentimental favourite Roger Federer will look to the Centre Court crowd to roar them into the Wimbledon final on Friday. The post Wimbledon 2016: Roger Federer, Andy Murray hope to channel crucial crowd support in semis appeared ... First, 2 weeks ago

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Milos Raonic Downs Federer in Wimbledon SF

"I hope to be back on Centre Court, to be very clear for you", said Federer, whose lengthy wave to all parts of the arena prompted speculation that it was indeed goodbye. "It's really inspiring to see Milos close up", Auger-Aliassime said. The ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago Raonic stuns Federer to make Wimbledon final  Equilibrio Informativo4 days ago Federer's tumble at Wimbledon reminds us we are all human  Gulf Times1 week ago Not my last Wimbledon: Federer  Prokerala2 weeks ago

Key takeaways from the Supreme Court order on drought

"Is this what federalism is about?" The Supreme Court posed this rhetorical question to Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and the centre in its judgement on drought relief, the second and third parts of which were pronounced on 13 May. Swaraj Abhiyan had filed a ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Court lacks jurisdiction where plaintiff has no locus standi  The Guardian Nigeria5 days ago Supreme Court slams Centre over drought, 33 crore hit  Asian Age2 months ago

PHOTOS: Beckham, Bradley Cooper on Wimbledon's celebrity court

IMAGE: Football legend David Beckham with his son Cruz in the stands on centre-court watch Switzerland's Roger Federer play Croatia's Marin Cilic. Photograph: Reuters. Like every year at Wimbledon, 2016 also witnessed several celebrities hog the limelight at the SW19 courts. Football icon David Beckham and Hollywood star Bradley Cooper were among those who watched Roger Federer rally from the brink of defeat to beat Croatia's Marin Cilic on Wednesday. Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Wimbledon: How did Federer get out of that? Unbelievable  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Wimbledon: Cilic 'regrets' defeat against Federer  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Wimbledon PHOTOS: Federer and Serena power into quarters, Nishikori retires with injury  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Marcus Willis Wimbledon Fairytale: This is how rank 772 felt playing against Roger Federer

Rank outsider Marcus Willis described the day he faced the greatest player of all time on Wimbledon's Centre Court as 'not my standard Wednesday'.
 DNA3 weeks ago Wimbledon: Serena Williams will not accept failure  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago End of a fairytale: Federer beats 772-ranked British qualifier Willis to reach 3rd round of Wimbledon  DNA3 weeks ago Federer plays cameo role to end Willis fairytale  Himalayan times3 weeks ago
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Wimbledon 2016: I hope to be back on Centre Court, vows Roger Federer after semi-final loss

Roger Federer insists he will be back at Wimbledon in 2017, when he will be pushing 36, despite his heartbreaking loss to Milos Raonic in Friday's semi-finals. The post Wimbledon 2016: I hope to be back on Centre Court, vows Roger Federer after semi-final ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago I hope to be back on Centre Court, vows Roger Federer  MSN India2 weeks ago WATCH: Adorable! Roger Federer's twin daughters steal limelight at Wimbledon centre court  Zee News3 weeks ago

Trial not mandatory for selection as per sports code: HC notes

Delhi High Court today said that as per the national sports code and the Centre, it is not mandatory for the Wresting Federation of India (WFI) to hold trials for selection of grapplers for Rio Olympics 2016. "Problem is that the sports code is nowhere ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Sushil Kumar row: HC says trial not mandatory for selection  Rediff.com1 month ago
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This loss hurts:Federer

Milos Raonic made Roger Federer feel his age on Friday as the Canadian sharp-shooter bombarded Centre Court with a succession of 140 mph missiles to flatten the seven-time champion and reach his first Grand Slam final in five gripping sets. Raonic appeared to ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Raonic ends Federer's run to reach first major final  Reuters2 weeks ago

Jamaican man sentenced to 68 months in prison for attacking officer at detention centre

A Jamaican man was sentenced Friday in a U.S. District Court to 68 months in federal prison for last year's attack and injuring of an officer at Buffalo Federal Detention Center in Batavia. Seymour Ellis, 43, of Queens in New York, had been ...
 RJR News Online5 days ago

Wimbledon 2016: Murray fends off Tsonga to win five set epic

Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had a almost impossible act to follow Wednesday on Centre Court: Roger Federer's improbable and electrifying comeback from two sets down to Marin Cilic. However, all those expectations appeared to be heading for ...
 Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago Murray survives five-set thriller to reach Wimbledon last four  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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