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From Sania-Hingis 'magic' at Australian Open to Virat Kohli's ...

1. 'Invincible' Sania-Hingis pair reaches Australian Open final by thrashing their opponents​ Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis stormed into the final of the women's doubles event of the Australian Open after ... DNA India, 2 weeks ago
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ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 set to become most watched event to date

Brought to you by 2 Min ago 0 0 Dubai, 26 January (CRICKETNMORE)- The future stars of international cricket are primed to become household names as the ICC is set to produce live coverage of a record 20 matches from the ICC U19 Cricket ...
 India Online.in2 weeks ago ICC U-19 World Cup set to become most watched event to date  DNA India2 weeks ago ICC U19 Cricket World Cup set to become most watched event  Voxy.co.nz2 weeks ago ICC to produce U19 Cricket World Cup 2016; ties-up with 15 broadcasters  Indian Television2 weeks ago
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Few New Names Amid Indian Bowling Blues

CHENNAI: Slotted in the middle of Ranji Trophy to enable selectors a look at resources ahead of World T20, this season's Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy had a sense of purpose about it. Next month's IPL auction was perhaps a bigger incentive, in an event ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Few New Names Amid Bowling Blues  New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Bring on the Djokovic Maxwell style

Provided by Wisden That's a Djokovic from Glenn Maxwell. Oh, and that's another Djokovic from Glenn Maxwell. I had a small book when I was a youngster, I forget the name, which was a sort of cricket primer. It had fielding positions, modes of ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago

The Wall that continues to be rebuilt

Andre Agassi, one of the most acclaimed tennis players of his generation, hated tennis. That's right - he hated the sport he excelled at. Why? Because of the pressure he felt from his father who had forced him to play a sport he never liked. That, ...
 Cricbuzz.com4 weeks ago

Farm to 22-yards

One reason for Karnataka's march to the quarterfinals — they take on Uttar Pradesh at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium today — is a shy 20-yearold medium pacer from Hosagavi. HS Sharath, only into his second first-class season, has bagged 31 wickets so ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

ICC World T20, Rio Olympics, Euro Soccer & more in 2016

Lodha report January 4 The buzz around this report from the Shakepeare-quoting Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha is that it's a potential game-changer in Indian cricket. The expectations are skyhigh — there is the talk of structural reforms ranging ...
 MSN News US1 month ago Rio Olympics and more in 2016: Mark yourdates  Yahoo! India1 month ago

The Curious Case of India's Test opener Kenia Jayantilal

Kenia Jayantilal, a forgotten Test opener who performed well when given his only chance for India It was a quiet Sunday morning at Bombay Gymkhana, the ground where India had played its first test match way back in 1933 under Col C K Nayudu. My ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
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Clayton Murzello Column: Our one-Test man from Dadar

By Clayton Murzello | Posted 1 hour Chatting up with former India opening batsman Kenia Jayantilal during a cab ride In this day and age, very few former Test players in Mumbai do not own a car. Kenia Jayantilal (67) is one. That's why we ...
 Mid Day2 months ago
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