Apr 11, 2009

He has a special mind

Tiger Woods’ game is presently not yet sandpapered to the point of optimum efficiency, but he will be a factor at the Masters because putting ...

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He has a special mind

Tiger Woods’ game is presently not yet sandpapered to the point of optimum efficiency, but he will be a factor at the Masters because putting ...

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Glorious Gautam

Since last summer, Gautam Gambhir, the diminutive left-hander, has been steadily etching a place for himself and after his centuries against ...

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Cult figure

Jesse Ryder, who always has time for kids, is a potentially great batsman, freak athlete and is capable of incredible things for a man of his ...

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Kellner makes amends

The 22-year-old Hungarian was very much at home on the clay courts of the Jaidip Mukerjea Tennis Academy, as he lifted his second ITF title of ...

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Andy Murray mows down Novak Djokovic

A Masters Series event, it is considered the biggest title outside the four Grand Slams, and Murray's calm and carefully constructed ...

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A victory in the end

This was the first authentic challenge Fabio Capello’s England had experienced at Wembley in a competitive match. For a spell, that was ...

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Taufik Hidayat proves his class

With his title triumph, the 29-year-old Indonesian served a reminder to all that he is still a force in the highly competitive men’s circuit.

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England’s worries

Fabio Capello and England have to make do as best they can with centre-backs not really up to the task. Ledley King was not, to the wrath ...

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United’s rock

Known for his versatility, John O’Shea has played all across the back for Manchester United, in central midfield and even enjoyed a brief stint ...

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Macheda comes off the bench to rescue United

The contemporary United pride themselves on control more than daredevil football, yet improvisation had been essential on this occasion. With ...

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It’s Button again

The Brawn GP driver’s success was rewarded with only half the customary allocation of points as the race was stopped by torrential rain before ...

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It’s not over yet for McLaren

All the signs are that the FIA has accepted that Lewis Hamilton was put in a very difficult position by his team and this may mean that McLaren ...