23 November 2014

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Tennis: Murray keeps semi bid alive, Federer strolls

LONDON- Andy Murray kept alive his bid to reach the semi-finals of the ATP Tour Finals with a crucial 6-3, 7-5 victory in his shoot-out with Milos Raonic on Tuesday.Murray knew he would have been eliminated from the prestigious season-ending event at London’s O2 Arena if he lost to Canada’s Raonic, but the world number six produced a strong performance to secure his first Group B win and remain in the hunt for a last four berth.The former Wimbledon champion now has to beat

Badminton: Drugs-hit star Lee fears world, Olympic chance gone

KUALA LUMPUR  Malaysian badminton ace Lee Chong Wei fears he will never realise his dream of becoming world and Olympic champion after he was suspended for failing a drugs test, a report said Wednesday.The world number one is temporarily barred from competition after testing positive to the banned anti-inflammatory dexamethasone, for which he could face an eventual suspension of up to two years."If I am suspended for a long time, it will affect my chances of

Pakistan in form, likely to win 1st Test against NZ

Pakistan in form, likely to win 1st Test against NZABU DHABI: Pakistan produced another ruthless performance to move to the brink of victory in the first Test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.A ninth wicket stand of 36 in 14.5 overs between Mark Craig (27) and Ish Sodhi (27) delayed Pakistan´s victory on the fourth day at Sheikh Zayed Stadium but New Zealand were struggling on 174-8 after being set a daunting target of 408.Pakistan need just two wickets on the final day for a 1-0 lead in the three-match

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