1. Wimbledon 2010 Finals: A Preview

    So, it’s final! The last men and women standing at Wimbledon are Serena and Vera, Tomas and Rafael. Eleven days of tennis and the draw has whittled down to these four contenders for the throne at the green lawns at SW18...

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  2. 2010 Wimbledon Women: The Final Four

    The women's lib continues at Wimbledon with surprises galore! Of the remaining four semifinalists, two are first-timers to the semis at any Grand Slam event, and the only Amazonian warrior still left standing is the Serene Serena...

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  3. Saina, Technology and Ultra Marathons

    Saina Nehwal completed a treble of wins last Sunday at the Indonesian Open . It was her third consecutive tournament triumph, and an unbroken streak of 15 games without a loss...

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  4. Saina Nehwal: Shining Light,Shining Bright

    After a famous victory over Pakistan in the Asia Cup, Indian sport has another reason to celebrate with Saina Nehwal crowning herself with back-to-back victories at the Grand Prix India Open and the Super-Series Singapore Open...

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  5. Anna Kournikova: A Marketer's Dream, Tennis Nightmare?

    She was the young nymphet, the minx on court who seduced the fans with her dazzling blonde beauty. She was the Lolita, the male spectator’s fantasy, who seemed to sound the ...

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  6. A Soccer ThreeSum!

    Three days into the 2010 World Cup and it’s time to pen a few random thoughts: 1. The vuvuzelas (pronounced vu-vu-ZAY-las) have become synonymous with the South African edition of the soccer World Cup...

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  7. Jennifer Capriati: Capping It All

    If you were a newbie following women’s tennis when Jennifer Capriati won the Australian and French Opens in 2001, and followed those up with the Australian Open again the following ...

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  8. Kings of Wimbledon: Borg Onwards

    Wimbledon is about tradition, guts, and glory...and strawberries and cream! It's also about the unpredictable English weather...

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  9. Indian Cricket: Asia Cup Team Selection

    The Indian cricket team for the Asia Cup in Dambulla from June 15 to June 28 has been announced. There are no real surprises in the team selection bar the much expected(?) dropping ...

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  10. India At The Asian Games: Asian Cricket Blues!

    The inability or unwillingness of the BCCI to field an Indian cricket team for the Chinese Asian Games has been greeted with widespread consternation by the Indian public or so the media channels would have us believe...

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  11. Francesca Hews Samantha!

    “And the mighty oak came crashing down, not with a single wield of the ax, but with multiple incisions made by a crafty little customer...

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  12. Nadal, The Ferocious!

    There’s nothing more dangerous than a wounded or cornered tiger and Nadal was a wounded tiger who had been licking his wounds ever since he was diagnosed with acute tendinitis in his knees in 2009...

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  13. Women's Lib!

    It has been a women’s lib , of sorts, at the French Open this year with Samantha Stosur and Francesca Schiavone bulldozing all in their path on their way to the final at Roland Garros...

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