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Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Tendulkar unlikely to play in Chennai as well
CHENNAI, OCT. 12. Sachin Tendulkar may not play in the second Test against Australia beginning at the Chidambaram Stadium here on Thursday. "It's very, very unlikely that he'll play. We've taken it day-by-day right from Bangalore. From what I ...
`Not easy to predict recovery time'
CHENNAI, OCT. 12. "With this type of injury, it is not easy to predict when he will be functional enough to return to international cricket," the Indian cricket team's physiotherapist, Andrew Leipus, said of Sachin Tendulkar's tennis elbow on ...
THE GREG CHAPPEL COLUMN
Indian line-up has to have a `mental download'
Australia was better than India in all departments in the first Test. They batted better, bowled better, fielded better and ran better between the wickets. They were also better organised and, most importantly, better prepared to win. It came as ...
It'd be nice to reach world record in India: Warne
CHENNAI, OCT. 12. Shane Warne got those leg-spinners humming at the nets, took a few swigs from his mineral water bottle, trotted up to have a chat with a mate, flashed a smile as he walked past the media, and appeared to be relishing the late ...
`A great character who lived life to the full'
MUMBAI, OCT. 12. Keith Miller was a vital component of the Australian team, as good as any all-rounder and a great character, said Bobby Simpson from his Sydney home on Tuesday morning. He added that Miller was responsible for his development as ...
INDIA-AUSTRALIA: CHEPAUK MEMORIES
Chance for Warne to redeem himself
CHENNAI, OCT. 12.Shane Warne is on the verge of overtaking Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan as the highest wicket taker in Tests; but it strikes you as somewhat ironic that the Aussie should finally have the opportunity to break the record in ...
A force of nature
Keith Miller, as vice-captain of the Australian Services team, played two matches in Madras in 1945. N.S. Ramaswami, who watched him in action, was hugely impressed by the all-rounder as was obvious from an article he wrote in 1980 ...
Kiwis arrive in Bangladesh
DHAKA, OCT. 12.New Zealand's cricket team arrived in Bangladesh on Tuesday for two Test matches and three one-day Internationals.
MOSCOW, OCT. 12.Sixth-seeded Vera Zvonareva of Russia breezed past Nathalie Dechy of France 6-0, 6-2 on Tuesday to advance to the second round of the $2.3 million Kremlin Cup. In the second round, Zvonareva will face Karolina Sprem of Croatia, ...
Karun upsets Debendra
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. Karun Uday Singh stroked with confidence to beat the third-seeded Debendra Das 7-5, 2-6, 6-2 in the boys' pre-quarterfinals of the DSCL National mini-junior tennis championship at the DLTA Complex here on Tuesday. It was a ...
India welcomes chance
CHENNAI, OCT. 12. It is official now, India will be the substitute team for Olympic hockey champion Australia in the Champions Trophy to be held in Lahore from December 4 to 12. Australia pulled out of the event citing security concerns after a ...
Santosh Trophy begins tomorrow
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12.Delhi will take on Gujarat in the inaugural match on Thursday when the National football tournament for the Santosh Trophy returns to the capital after 60 years.Addressing newsmen here on Monday, All India Football Federation ...
Billiards & Snooker
Anuja on target
INDORE, OCT. 12. Rifle shooter Anuja Jung secured her first individual National title beating Olympian Deepali Deshpande at the 48th National shooting championships at the Reoti Ranges here on Tuesday. Anuja shot 96.2 in the final, the second ...
Sports : General
Double delight for MGU
KOCHI, OCT. 12. The host, Mahatma Gandhi University, made it a merry double, winning both the men's and women's titles in the all-India inter-university softball championship which concluded at the St. Peter's College (Kolencherry) on ...
Peirsol makes a splash
INDIANAPOLIS, OCT. 12. Swimming bid goodbye to its greatest champion and heralded the arrival of another as Jenny Thompson swam into retirement on a record-breaking final night at the short course World championships on Monday. As Thompson was ...
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