Sep 27, 2014

Going? Going? not quite gone!

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have witnessed tough times but it’s hard to claim with conviction that they’re experiencing irreversible ...

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Going? Going? not quite gone!

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have witnessed tough times but it’s hard to claim with conviction that they’re experiencing irreversible ...

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Batting for women’s cricket

“The future of Indian women’s cricket looks great, but again, it all depends on how we come up with a plan of action that not only helps ...

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This trio has talent to make it big

Armaan Jaffer (15 years), Sarfaraz Khan (16) and Shreyas Iyer (19) are among the most talked-about junior cricketers from Mumbai. A deluge of ...

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Gerrard relishing a return

Having come so close to winning the Premier League last May, the Reds captain believes they have to start turning their promise into something ...

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Beefy’s IPL thoughts

As Ian Botham says, IPL is possibly the root of all cricket’s evil even if there is little corruption within that form of cricket; but there ...

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Marquee signing

Quality such as Angel Di Maria does not come cheap and Manchester United smashed the British transfer record when they paid GBP59.7 million to ...

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No absolutes in the game

Playing not on the right wing as he had done in Brazil but in a free floating role, Argentina’s Angel Di Maria simply took the German defence ...

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The Carlsen consent

After a period of suspense, World champion Magnus Carlsen has agreed to defend his crown against Viswanathan Anand in Sochi from November 5. By ...

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The issue of suspect actions

It is better for a cricketer to be told early in his career if he is guilty of doing something wrong. This will enable him to unlearn the wrong ...

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