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Rafael-Nadal
Aus Open: Nadal crashes out in second round
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Nadal was trailing 4-6, 3-5 when he took a medical time-out after moving to his left to chase a forehand and pulled up in pain with an apparent upper left leg injury. The 36-year-old Spaniard returned to play out the match but he was clearly not 100 per cent physically fit for the rest of the match and McDonald wrapped up
Arjun-Tendulkar
I'm completely in favour of Mankading, it's in the Law: Arjun Tendulkar
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"I'm completely in favour of Mankading. It's in the Law. For the people who say it's against the spirit of the game, I disagree." Arjun told CricketNext. "I personally won't do it because I can't stop and remove the bails in my run up. It's too much effort and I won't waste my energy in it but if someone does it, I'm in favour of it."
Jannik-Sinner
'The level today was good': Sinner stays sharp to reach Australian Open third round
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While some first-round matches have yet to be completed due to rain, the 21-year-old Italian took full advantage of his opportunity on one of three roofed courts at Melbourne Park where he raced into the third round in one hour, 44 minutes.
Copa-del-Rey
Copa del Rey: Real Sociedad, Sevilla book quarterfinal places
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Roberto Navarro continued his goalscoring form in the Cup when he put Real Sociedad ahead in the fifth minute after a pass from Martin Zubimendi and the home side controlled the first half from start to finish, with a Mallorca side packed with fringe players
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Glenn-McGrath
McGrath warns Australia that England will be tough to beat in Ashes this summer
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Australia have won two of the last three Ashes series; thumping England 4-0 at home in 2017 and 2021 and drawing 2-2 in England in-between those two emphatic victories. But having done superbly in Test matches recently, England will attempt to win back the Ashes when Australia visit these shores for a five-match Test .
Kento-Momota
India Open: Momota oust in opener; Carolina Marin prevails in women's singles
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​​​​​​Two-time former world champion lost 15-21, 11-21 to Denmark's Rasmus Gemke, whom he had beaten in five out of six past meetings. Momota, who captured a record 11 titles in 2019, had a forgettable campaign last year as he lost in the first round of a tournament five times, and in the second round twice
Aus-Open
Aus Open: Tennis Australia bans Russian, Belarusian flags from tournament
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Ukraine's ambassador to Australia, Vasyl Myroshnychenko, demanded action from the organisers after fans displayed the Russian flag to support Kamilla Rakhimova in her first-round match against Ukraine's Kateryna Baindl.
ILT20-Match
ILT20: UAE stars Waseem, Sanchit produce blockbuster performances in opening weekend
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MI Emirates' Waseem played a whirlwind knock of 71 runs, from 39 balls, against Sharjah Warriors on Saturday, while Gulf Giants' Sharma rattled the Abu Dhabi Knight Riders' top-order with figures of 3 wickets for 9 runs on Sunday, both performances earned both the 'Player of the Match' award for their respective
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Aryna-Sabalenka
Aus Open: Sabalenka, Garcia and Pliskova cruise into second round
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Sabalenka defeated the 74th-ranked Czech player Martincova in straight sets 6-1, 6-4 in just 1 hour and 9 minutes. Garcia edged Canadian qualifier Katherine Sebov, who was making her Grand Slam main-draw debut, 6-3, 6-0 here at Rod Laver Arena.
Ian-Healy
Ian Healy predicts 2-1 victory for India over Australia for upcoming four-match Test series
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India and Australia will play four Tests in Nagpur, New Delhi, Dharamsala and Ahmedabad to decide the winner of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The series is of extreme importance for India, as a spot in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC), to be held in June 2023, is at stake.
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