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Pandey, Shami set up India A win

India A crushed hosts South Africa A by an innings and 13 runs on the fourth and final day of the opening unofficial Test to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series, here on Tuesday.

Test cricket under serious threat: Dravid

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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”.

Giant Isner ousts Djokovic

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Rafael Nadal advanced to the semi-finals of the Western & Southern Open with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 win over long-time foe Roger Federer on Friday, in a vintage match that will give both players encouragemen

Nadal downs Djokovic in semis

Rafael Nadal defeated two-time defending champion Novak Djokovic 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (2) in a thrilling, two-hour match on Saturday to reach the final of the Rogers Cup.

All-round Theron stars for Proteas A

Pretoria, Aug. 10: South Africa A defeated Australia A by 19 runs in the tri-series at the LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria, on Saturday. Aaron Finch’s hundred went in vain for the Australia A team.

Sindhu’s dream run ends in semis

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P.V. Sindhu on Saturday settled for a bronze medal at the World Championships after suffering a straight-sets defeat against Thai world number three Ratchanok Inthanon in the semi-finals of the prestigious event.

Sindhu stands tall at Worlds

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Rising shuttler P.V. Sindhu on Friday became the first Indian women’s singles player to ensure a medal at the world championships after scoring an upset win over local favourite Wang Shixian of China to enter the semi-finals here.

Sindhu stuns world champ

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India’s rising shuttler P.V.

‘Will accept DRS if it’s foolproof’

India will accept the Decision Review System only when it becomes “foolproof,” the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s interim president said in an interview .

Spirited start by Saina

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Saina Nehwal on Wednesday began her campaign for an elusive medal at the world championships with a crushing straight-games victory over lower-ranked Olga Golovanova of Russia in the women’s singles.

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