23 May 2015

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Pakistan to play Zimbabwe in first T20 today

LAHORE: Pakistan and Zimbabwe will play the first T20 at Gaddafi Stadium today at 7 pm local time, Qaddafi Stadium is all set to host its first ever T20 match. Mamnoon Hussain, President of Pakistan will be the respectable guest of honor.After almost six years, international cricket revived in Pakistan. Both teams are ready for the show down.The green team led by Shahid Afridi will play Zimbabwe  after two years.Team green will be desperate to save their current T20 international position which is fifth. Another loss will bring

Nadal could face Djokovic in French Open quarterfinals

PARIS  Rafael Nadal could face top-ranked Novak Djokovic in the French Open quarterfinals, the toughest draw the nine-time champion has faced since becoming the "King of Clay."Nadal has fallen to No. 7 in the ATP rankings since coming back from injuries, making him the sixth-seeded player at Roland Garros. He has lost five times on clay this season.At the French Open, the Spaniard is 66-1 with his only loss coming in the fourth round in 2009.Nadal s half of the draw also includes third-seeded Andy Murray

International cricket returns to Pakistan

International cricket returns to PakistanAHORE: International cricket returned to Pakistan after a six-year absence on Friday amidst exhilarating scenes at a sold-out Gaddafi Stadium for the first Twenty20 international between the hosts and Zimbabwe.The match, taking place with a huge security presence of 4,000 policemen, is the first in Pakistan since gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore on March 3, 2009, killing eight people and injuring seven visiting players.Pakistan president Mamnoon Hussain opened the match by

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