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Coach coup no factor, says Andy

WHILE Scotsman Andy Murray and Czech Tomas Berdych are separated by just one place in the world rankings, the pair are drawn even closer by one common thread. Last November Murray parted ways with his friend and assistant coach Daniel Vallverdu ..., 1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Zimbabwe hope to trip up vulnerable West Indies

After tripping up against Ireland, West Indies picked themselves up with an emphatic win over Pakistan, but they will have to maintain that level of performance to make sure there are no more stumbling blocks in their path to the quarter-finals.
 Pakistan Today5 days ago World Cup: How West Indies beat Pakistan  BBC1 week ago West Indies: A team in disarray  MSN News2 weeks ago Windies in search of inspiration against Proteas as 3rd ODI today  Daily Times1 month ago

Mouratoglou explains Serena's mental strength

NEW YORK -- Let's put a bow (and curtsy) on the 2015 Australian Open with a quick Mailbag. But before we get going: a) Thanks to everyone who emailed, tweeted, interacted during the event. Sorry Icouldn't always get to all of yourquestions, but ...
 SI.com1 week ago

World Cup 2015: Scotland show associates are at World Cup to play

West Indies great Michael Holding has slammed the side's four-wicket loss to Ireland in their World Cup opener as a "little bit pathetic".... ...
 24Dunia1 week ago World Cup: New Zealand shoots out Scotland for 142  24Dunia1 week ago World Cup 2015: Michael Clarke's return has team's 'full support  24Dunia1 week ago

India played really well: Misbah-ul-Haq

' '... Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee ...
 24Dunia1 week ago

Imran Khan says Paks CWC opener defeat to India could be blessing in disguise

captain and veteran cricket Imran khan has backed the national team despite their 76-run loss to arch-rivals India in their World Cup opener in Adelaide, saying that it could be a blessing in disguise for... ...
 24Dunia1 week ago

Relive how Ireland beat West Indies

Key points - Ireland win Pool B match by four wickets - Ireland 307-6 won with 25 balls to spare - Stirling 92, Joyce 84 and Niall O'Brien 79* - Simmons 102 and Sammy 89 in WI's 304-7 - Dockrell 3-50 reduced Windies to 87-5 - ...
 BBC1 week ago
Oman Observer

How the biggies and minnows stack up

By Ray Petersen Woeful Windies look to fight It's 32 years since the Windies, in Calypso King mode competed in a CWC final, and on the basis of their having won the trophy twice, should be afforded a chance. The reality is that this team has ...
 Oman Observer2 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

World Cup 2015 Team Profile: Odds stacked against West Indies' revival

Winners of the first two World Cups, West Indies are struggling with problems on and off the field and are not in the best shape to win a big tournament. () West Indies cricket, in the past few years, has suffered a lot due to the tussle between ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago Pool B: West Indies need Gayle force to revive past glory  Emirates2473 weeks ago WC team preview WI have too much to overcome  Cricbuzz.com1 month ago

Focus on Red Force batting vs Volcanoes ยป

THE RECENTLY-CROWNED NAGICO Super50 champions Trinidad and Tobago Red Force will be looking to gain some much needed points when they meet hosts Windward Islands Volcanoes at the Beausejour Cricket Ground, Gros Islet, St Lucia today, as the West ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday3 weeks ago
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