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Smith vows no let-up on bouncers

Australia captain Steve Smith says his fast bowlers will continue to bombard Englands tail-enders with short-pitched deliveries despite claims their beleaguered batsmen deserve more protection from the umpires. Smiths uncompromising stance comes after former ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

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Broad not up to it, Cook has 'scars': Johnson

Nathan Lyons wish to see the end of some England careers after another Ashes whitewash could easily come true if the tourists struggling senior players fail to lift quickly, former Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson has said. Johnson captured 37 wickets in ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Ashes: 'Broad not up to it, Cook has scars'  Sify2 months ago
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Sports Shorts: Saina meets Tai Tzu in All England opener

A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Thursday. IMAGE: Saina Nehwal has a chance to improve her dismal record against defending champion Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan. Photograph: PTI India’s shuttlers were handed a tricky draw at next month's US $1000,000 All-England Badminton Championships. Saina Nehwal will meet her nemesis Tai Tzu Ying in the first round while P V Sindhu has an easy opener against Thailand's Pornpawee Chochuwong.   World No. 11 Saina, who had made the ...
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Raonic has unfinished business in Delray Beach

Former world No.3 Milos Raonic got his 2018 off to a roaring start with a 6-1, 7-5 rout of Taro Daniel in the first round of the Delray Beach Open on Tuesday. Raonic is ranked 32nd in the world which is vastly different from last year when he came into Delray ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
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What's going wrong for ODI world champions Australia?

Australia's struggles in the 50-over format has not gone un-noticed in the cricketing world, with the New Zealand Herald newspaper asking if the side are "the worst world champions?". IMAGE: Australia have won just 26 of their 50 completed matches since winning the ODI World Cup in 2015. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Australia's world champion one-day team could face a major overhaul after they slumped to a 10th loss in 11 games, according to chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns.Steve ...
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Aus Open Diary: Vandeweghe hit with $10k fine for obscene outburst

IMAGE:  USA's CoCo Vandeweghe shows her frustration during her first round match against Hungary's Timea Babos on Monday. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images CoCo Vandeweghe was fined $10,000 for shouting an obscenity at her opponent in her first round match at the Australian Open on Monday, organisers revealed on Friday.   The fine, the highest levied at the tournament so far, was for unsportsmanlike conduct during the American 10th seed's loss to Hungarian Timea Babos.
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What to expect from Sport in 2018

Can 2018 top its predecessor in Sporting Glory?Dhruv Munjal looks at the year ahead. IMAGE: Usain Bolt, centre, pulls up with an injury during the final race of his career. Photograph: John Sibley/Reuters Sport in 2017 was a playground of absurdities. Freakishly good athletes pulled off feats the commonsensical mind dismissed as impossible, football clubs purchased relatively middling players for preposterous amounts that could once buy entire teams, Sergio Garcia finally won a major, Usain ...
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Bayliss angry over Anderson ball tampering charge

England coach Trevor Bayliss on Friday strongly condemned the ball tampering charge against fast bowler James Anderson. Footage on channel Nine showing Anderson running his thumb-nail along the seam of the ball on Friday drew fierce criticism from several ...
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'Cook thinking about retirement; Broad not up to it'

'I don’t like seeing close games when it’s against England, I just want to see them get thumped.' IMAGE: Stuart Broad, left, with Alastair Cook. Photograph: Lee Warren/Gallo Images/Getty Images Nathan Lyon's wish to see the end of some England careers after another Ashes whitewash could easily come true if the tourists' struggling senior players fail to lift quickly, former Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson said.Johnson captured 37 wickets in the 5-0 sweep of Alastair Cook's ...
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England up against another WACA ordeal

Two-nil down and with a harried captain insisting his team was neither dead nor buried, there was an unnerving sense of deja vu at the WACA as England made their final preparations on the eve of the third Ashes Test on Wednesday. Four years on from the last ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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