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Defending champion Andy Murray crashed out of the US Open on Thursday as Stanislas Wawrinka pulled a shocker to reach his first Grand Slam semi-final, a matchup with world number one Novak Djokovic.

Serena serves double bagel


World number one Novak Djokovic raced into the US Open quarter-finals for the loss of just three games on Tuesday while defending champion Andy Murray was again involved in a four-set duel.

Unheralded Zimbabwe bowlers rattle pakistan on first day

Zimbabwe’s unheralded bowling attack plunged Pakistan into deep trouble on the first day of the first Test at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.

Board panel to meet on Sept. 1

Just under a month after its previous sitting in Delhi had to be adjourned on a technicality, the Cricket Board’s working committee is to meet in Kolkata on Sunday.

Rooney fails to lift Man U over Chelsea

Manchester, Aug. 27: Wayne Rooney returned to Manchester United’s starting line-up but failed to inconvenience his suitors Chelsea in a forgettable 0-0 Premier League draw at Old Trafford.

South Africa A in command on Day Three

India A lost opener Murali Vijay for a duck in pursuit of 307 against South Africa A at stumps on Day Three of the second unofficial Test on Monday. Cheteshwar Pujara and Shahbaz Nadeem were at the crease as India A ended the day at 3/1.

Indians struggle after Pujara’s knock

South Africa A reduced the visitors India A to 145/6 at stumps on the second day of the second and final unofficial Test on Sunday.

India in command


All-rounder Wayne Parnell and Simon Harmer put on an unbeaten 134-run stand for the seventh wicket to help South Africa A finish Day One at 231/6 in the second unofficial Test against India A on Satur

India off to rousing start in Ipoh


Young strikers Mandeep Singh and Ramandeep Singh netted two goals each as India blanked minnows Oman 8-0 to start their 9th Asia Cup hockey championship campaign on a strong note at the Sultan Azlan S

Test cricket under serious threat: Dravid


Making a clarion call to secure the future of Test cricket, former India captain Rahul Dravid has suggested the introduction of day-night matches using pink balls while comparing the game’s traditional format with the “trunk of a tree”.

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