Sep 10, 2005

A retreat from the past

TED CORBETT AUGUST 22. If you want your children to have job security, a practice net in the garden is probably a necessity. England are ...

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A retreat from the past

TED CORBETT AUGUST 22. If you want your children to have job security, a practice net in the garden is probably a necessity. England are ...

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The depth in men's tennis

ROHIT BRIJNATH EVERY now and then an old argument will be removed from the mothballs, dusted clean and debated anew. Tossed around will ...

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The modern reverse swing

IN the course of its recorded seven hundred-year history, cricket has developed its own mystique and invented a distinctive specialist ...

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Winning is all about using common sense

AUSTRALIA'S loss at Nottingham reinforces the need to carefully look at the structure of its team, coaching and management. No Australian side ...

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A retreat from the past

TED CORBETT AUGUST 22. If you want your children to have job security, a practice net in the garden is probably a necessity. England are ...

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The depth in men's tennis

ROHIT BRIJNATH EVERY now and then an old argument will be removed from the mothballs, dusted clean and debated anew. Tossed around will ...

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The modern reverse swing

IN the course of its recorded seven hundred-year history, cricket has developed its own mystique and invented a distinctive specialist ...

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Winning is all about using common sense

AUSTRALIA'S loss at Nottingham reinforces the need to carefully look at the structure of its team, coaching and management. No Australian side ...

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`Middlesex has given me back my rhythm'

"I am hoping to do well. Sportsmen can only try, the rest is in the hands of the Almighty. I want to be hundred percent fit. That is a primary ...

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When fast food was served

K. C. VIJAYA KUMAR CRICKET'S latest avatar — Twenty20 — made its long overdue debut in India. The Unibic ...

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Hurricane Vincent hits Bulawayo

S. RAM MAHESH WHEN one team makes close to 400 runs in 44 overs and the other struggles to score half that much, the question of how both ...

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The message is loud and clear

HOW does one describe Indian cricket? As of now, India seems to have a national team becoming steadily infamous for lack of performance, ...

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India and Ponting's `substitute' gripe

RAJU BHARATAN IT happened as England viewed Vijay Hazare's India, in the summer of 1952, as the near ...

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"We shared mutual respect"

"Greg was very aware of the mental aspect of the game from the beginning. It was an integral part of his cricket. He drew his strength from ...

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Waking up to the stars

Three successive heart-stopping Tests settled at the 11th hour; two great sides battling to finish on top. The Ashes series is set for a ...

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Asia's future is GREEN

S. THYAGARAJAN IF ever world hockey were to be a stage where Asia stages its resurgence, the protagonist ...

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Of Vaughan and his Valiants

Let's wait until after the Oval to discuss how good England are, how far Australia have slipped. They will still lead the world ratings if they ...

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Thank you, Australia

WHETHER it is the Indian subcontinent or Africa, the nationalist elite of the region followed a tried and tested policy to overthrow British ...

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The very first in an illustrious line

Jack Johnson not only fought his way out of misery, but was also a ruthless heavyweight boxing champion, who spent his entire life changing the ...

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Chinese stranglehold broken

TAUFIK HIDAYAT did a great service to badminton the other day at the Arrowhead Pond Arena in Anaheim in the US. The 24-year old Indonesian, the ...

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Shane Bond