17 April 2014

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India captain Dhoni defends struggling Yuvraj

MIRPUR, Bangladesh: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni sprang to team mate Yuvraj Singh’s defence after the left-hander’s struggle with the bat in the World Twenty20 final loss to Sri Lanka on Sunday.Struggling to hit or rotate strike, Yuvraj looked a shadow of the player who was the architect of India’s 20-over World Cup victory in 2007 and the 50 overs World Cup in 2011.The lefthander, who hit England’s Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over in the 2007 World Twenty20, used up

Formula One: Rosberg takes pole for Bahrain Grand Prix

MANAMA Nico Rosberg took pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix on Saturday with teammate Lewis Hamilton ensuring a Mercedes front row lockout, further loosening struggling Sebastien Vettel's grip on his world title.Rosberg, the world championship leader after two races, clocked 1min 33.185sec to edge Hamilton by 0.279sec as Mercedes stayed on course for a third win in three races this season.It was German driver Rosberg's fifth career pole and first of this season after Hamilton

Tennis: Petkovic holds off Bouchard, reaches Charleston final

CHARLESTON  Germany's Andrea Petkovic rallied for a 1-6, 6-3, 7-5 upset of sixth-seeded Eugenie Bouchard on Saturday to reach the final of the WTA Family Circle Cup.Petkovic, seeded 14th and ranked 40th in the world, withstood the big baseline game of the rising Canadian star, who impressed with her run to the Australian Open semi-finals in January.In fact, Bouchard controlled much of the match, needing just 29 minutes to lock up the first set.She had three break chances in the sixth game of the

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