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         Bhupathi out of mixed doubles in Australian Open    
MELBOURNE: Veteran Mahesh Bhupathi went out of the mixed doubles competition following a first-round loss, even as India's junior tennis players began their campaign on a positive note in the Australian Open here today.

         Australian Open: Serena, Venus record comeback wins    
MELBOURNE: World No.1 Serena Williams overcame a first-set scare from a plucky Elina Svitolina to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open tennis tournament Saturday.

         Saina, Srikanth reach finals at Syed Modi GPG    
LUCKNOW: Defending champion Saina Nehwal is just one step away from retaining her women's singles title, while world No. 5 Indian K Srikanth too reached the finals of the USD 120,000 Syed Modi International Badminton tournament, here today.

         Paes, Bopanna, Sania crash out in Australian Open doubles    
MELBOURNE: On a largely disappointing day for Indian tennis players, Leander Paes, Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza lost their respective doubles matches in the second round of the Australian Open leaving the country's challenge restricted to the mixed doubles competition.

         Australia restrict England to 303 after Bell ton    
MELBOURNE: England opener Ian Bell hit a strokeful hundred only to see the the visitors lose momentum at the end of their innings to finish on 303 for eight against Australia in the fourth ODI of the ongoing tri-series at the Bellerive Oval, here today.

         Federer knocked out of Australian Open    
MELBOURNE: Italian Andreas Seppi caused the biggest upset of the 2015 Australian Open Friday when he defeated World No.2 Roger Federer 6-4, 7-6(5), 4-6, 7-6(5) in the third round of the Australian Open.

         Serena wakes up to join Djokovic in Australian Open third round    
MELBOURNE: Serena Williams was slow to get going before finding her groove to bulldoze Vera Zvonareva and join rampant fellow world number one Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open third round Thursday.

         Nadal pulls off a great escape    
MELBOURNE: An ailing Rafael Nadal dug deep into his vast reservoir of grit to stave off American qualifier Tim Smyczek and stagger into the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday on a day of great escapes.

         Sania, Paes make it all-win day for India at Oz Open    
MELBOURNE: India enjoyed an all-win day at the Australian Open tennis Grand Slam after Leander Paes and Sania Mirza sailed into the second round of their respective men's and women's doubles events here today.

         Flustered Sharapova survives scare as Murray cruises    
MELBOURNE: A flustered Maria Sharapova survived a huge scare to advance at the Australian Open today with Andy Murray making lighter work of the gruelling Melbourne conditions to keep his Grand Slam dreams alive.

         3 Russian Olympic champion race walkers banned for doping    
MOSCOW: Five Russian race-walkers, including three Olympic gold medalists, were banned by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency. Bans of three years, two months were handed to Olympic champion Sergei Kirdyapkin and Olga Kaniskina, as well as 2011 world champ Sergei Bakulin yesterday. All three doping cases backdated to late 2012.

         England outplay India to claim bonus point    
BRISBANE: A brilliant all-round performance by England helped them thrash India by nine wickets and in the process gain a bonus point in the third match of the One-Day International (ODI) tri-series, also involving Australia, at the Gabba here Tuesday.

         Smith to captain Australia in next tri-series match    
MELBOURNE: Steven Smith will captain Australia in Friday's Carlton Mid ODI Tri-Series match against England in Hobart in the absence of suspended George Bailey, Cricket Australia said today.

         I don't think we batted well: Dhoni    
BRISBANE: His decision to bat first backfired today as India were dismissed for a paltry 153 against England and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni put the blame on his batsmen for their nine-wicket loss in their second ODI of the cricket tri-series here.

         Warner fined for spat with Rohit but defends choice of words    
MELBOURNE: Australian opener David Warner has been fined 50 per cent of his match fee for a verbal spat with Indian batsman Rohit Sharma during an ODI tri-series cricket match here but defended himself by insisting that he was merely asking his rival to "speak English".

         Bailey gets one-match suspension; to miss England ODI    
MELBOURNE: Australia will miss George Bailey in the next tri-series match against England as the skipper was today handed a one-match suspension for maintaining slow over-rate during Sunday four-wicket win over India, here.

         National School Athletic Meet: Gold, silver for Kerala    
RANCHI: Kerala is trying to retain the overall championship title for a record 18th year in a row at the National School Athletic Meet. They have started their pace for gold. Aleesha bagged gold in girls 3000 metres and Vasha won silver in the same item.

         Rohit's century goes in vain as Australia beat India    
MELBOURNE: India's Patel dives to stop the ball as Australia's Haddin tries to avoid him during their one day international tri-series cricket match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Rohit Sharma's rollicking century went in vain as Australia survived a few anxious moments before pulling off a tense four-wicket win over India in a cricket Tri-series ODI match, here today.

         New rules will make World Cup exciting: Dravid    
NEW DELHI: Former India captain Rahul Dravid is expecting next month's cricket World Cup to be an aggressive affair as he feels the revamped ODI rules will push teams into selecting attacking bowlers over part-timers.

         India set for tri-series with one eye on World Cup    
MELBOURNE: All set to defend their cricket World Cup crown in less than a month, India will get their preparations underway with the aim of finding the right combination for the marquee event when they take on Australia in their opening match of the ongoing ODI tri-series here tomorrow.

         Murray confident despite tough Open draw    
MELBOURNE: Andy Murray faces a horror draw at the Australian Open, needing to overcome Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to make the final, but the British number one says he is feeling good about his game.

         Steyn strike ends Gayle rampage as South Africa win    
DURBAN: Dale Steyn ended a short but brutal rampage by Chris Gayle to open the way for South Africa to beat the West Indies in a rain-affected first one-day international at Kingsmead.

         Sreesanth Maintains Innocence, Vows to Return to International Cricket    
NEW DELHI: Former India fast bowler S. Sreesanth, who is currently facing trial for spot fixing in a Delhi court, is certain that he will return to full-fledged cricket.

         No change in Kerala National Games schedule: IOA    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 35th National Games will be held in Kerala as scheduled from January 31 to February 14, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) announced on Friday, putting to rest speculations about postponement.

         Sarita's Asiad incident brought bad name to country: Milkha    
NEW DELHI: Legendary sprinter Milkha Singh today criticised boxer Sarita Devi for refusing to accept the bronze medal during the Asian Games victory ceremony last year, saying that her act had brought bad name to the country.

         Clarke determined to play 2019 World Cup    
SYDNEY: Injury-plagued Australian skipper Michael Clarke believes he can continue playing cricket as far as the 2019 World Cup. Clarke has been plagued with injuries over the past year and has battled to overcome chronic back and hamstring troubles, but insists that he still has a long way to go in international cricket.

         Fletcher defends bowlers, blames inexperience for poor show    
MELBOURNE: Indian bowlers might have come under severe criticism for their below-par show in the recent Test series in Australia but head coach Duncan Fletcher has defended them, saying that the thrashing they got from the home side batsmen was due to inexperience of some of them.

         Brett Lee to retire from all forms of cricket after BBL season    
SYDNEY: Former Australia Test fast bowler Brett Lee today announced that he will retire from all forms of cricket following the conclusion of the Big Bash League (BBL), thereby drawing curtains to his illustrious 20-year career.

         Sri Lanka sink bumbling Black Caps    
HAMILTON: Sri Lanka ruised to a six-wicket win in the second one-day international against New Zealand today, thanks to a masterful century from Tillakaratne Dilshan and a comedy of errors from the Black Caps.

         South Africa beats West Indies by 69 runs in 3rd ODI    
DURBAN: Wicketkeeper-batsman Morne van Wyk hit an unbeaten century and allrounder David Wiese took a five-wicket haul as South Africa crushed the West Indies by 69 runs in the third Twenty20 international at Kingsmead today.

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