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Australian tennis great Mervyn Rose passes away aged 87

Mervyn Rose Australian tennis great Mervyn Rose, who went on to coach greats Margaret Court and Billie Jean King, has passed away, tennis officials announced on Tuesday. He was 87. Rose won the Australian Open and French Open along with five Grand Slam doubles titles in his illustrious career. “The …

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HS Prannoy beats Parupalli Kashyap to win US Open title

HS Prannoy HS Prannoy notched up a thrilling three-game win over Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap in an all-Indian final to clinch the USD 120,000 US Open Grand Prix Gold here. Prannoy, who lost a fair amount of his time to nagging injuries in his career, dished out a gritty performance …

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MSSA: Number nine is not fine for St Joseph's, Malad

St Joseph’s coach Arthur Pereira with Tanishq Nath (left) and Lavin Lexkher (right) at Azad Maidan yesterday. PIC/SURESH KARKERA The Mumbai Schools Sports Association authorities, referees and even coaches of the participating schools – St Joseph’s High School (Malad) and St Xavier’s High School (Borivli) – were oblivious to a …

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India's Ramkumar Ramanathan storms into ATP final

PrevNext Ramkumar Ramanathan India’s Ramkumar Ramanathan, who is turning around his season in a brilliant fashion, reached his second ATP Challenger level final of the year with a hard-earned three-set win over Tommy Paul in the Winnetka event in the USA. The fifth seeded Indian overcame the challenge of the …

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Will learn a lot from Sherringham, says Eugeneson Lyngdoh

Prev Ashley Westwood Former Bengaluru FC coach Ashley Westwood left an indelible mark on the club since he took over in 2013. Having taken up the responsibility of developing Indian football, the Englishman raised the playing standard of and won I-League in the club’s very first year in existence. He …

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