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U19-T20-World-Cup
U19 Women's T20 World Cup an essential step in advancing the women's game: Amy Hunter
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The tournament is a significant leap in the development of the women's game, and the opportunity is not lost on the future stars, who have their eye on claiming their first-ever U19 Women's T20 World Cup. "It's great to see an Under-19 Women's World Cup finally get underway.
Shreyas-Iyer
1st ODI: Pressure is inevitable when you are playing for the Indian team, says Shreyas Iyer
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"I feel pressure is inevitable when you are playing for the Indian team, you can't control it. As much as I know I need to try to focus on myself and not think about the competition, I just turn a deaf ear to the outside noise and see to it that my routine and processes are right."
Dasun-Shanaka
1st ODI: Madushanka to debut as Sri Lanka win toss, elect to bowl first against India in series opener
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After winning the toss, Shanaka said left-arm pacer Dilshan Madushanka will make his ODI debut apart from Dunith Wellalage coming in for Maheesh Theekshana from the eleven which played in T20Is. We are going to bowl first, because of the dew at night. It was a good boost, the way we played in the T20Is
Hugo-Lloris
France captain Hugo Lloris announces retirement from international football
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Lloris made his international debut as a 21-year-old in a friendly against Uruguay in November 2008. The goalkeeper captained the French side on record 121 occasions since 2010. He also has a record of 145 appearances for France in 14 years of his career.
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Malaysia-Open
Malaysia Open: Kidambi Srikanth, Saina Nehwal suffer first-round exit
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Srikanth, who is struggling with his form, was handed a 19-21, 14-21 straight-game defeat at the hands of Nishimoto in 42 minutes of play while Nehwal lost 12-21, 21-17, 12-21 to the world no 13 Chinese Han Yue here at Axiata Arena.
FA-Cup
FA Cup: Arsenal fend off Oxford United to reach fourth round
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A tense first half at the Kassam Stadium saw both sides struggle to create chances, with neither team able to produce a moment of magic when it mattered, reports thefa.com. However, the second half showed renewed intent from the 14-time champions and Elneny's header and Nketiah's brace saw them seal a deserved victory
ICC-U19-Women's-T20-World-Cup
U19 Women's T20WC warm-ups: India, Pakistan claim confidence-boosting wins
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It might not have been the best day with the bat for Shafali Verma (run out for 10), though the 18-year-old with 72 senior white-ball appearances came through with her off-spin, reports icc-cricket.com. Verma has taken just seven senior international wickets across 24 overs
Kokkinakis-win
Adelaide International 2:: Kokkinakis starts new season with a win
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The Australian made more memories on his home court Monday evening when he battled past countryman Alexei Popyrin 6-0, 6-7(5), 7-5 in the first round after two hours and 45 minutes. In other matches on the first day, Mackenzie McDonald of the United /states player as he got the better of Briton Daniel Evans; Fellow Briton, Jack Draper advanced to the next round by beating Lorenzo Sonego of Italy 6-4,6-2 while Spain's Alejandro Davidovich Fokina defeated Brendon Nakashima of the United States 6-3, 7-5.
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Australian-open
Australian Open 2023: Players can compete if Covid-positive
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"We've made it clear to our players, as well as our over 12,000 staff. We ask ... if anyone is feeling unwell, stay home," Tournament Director Craig Tiley was quoted as saying by News.com.au on Monday. Tiley also pointed out Australian batter Matt Renshaw, who played in the final Test against South Africa after a positive test.
Sunil-Gavaskar
Cricket fitness should be the prime consideration, not yo yo or some other test: Sunil Gavaskar
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"The BCCI announced recently that they are bringing back the 'yo yo' test and some other tests for the fitness levels mainly for the emerging players. A player could be reeling off centuries and double centuries or picking five and ten wicket hauls while bowling heaps of overs
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