23 October 2014

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Miandad says Misbah not be blamed for loss against Australia

ISLAMABAD: Legendary Batsman Javed Miandad feels Misbah-ul-Haq should not be criticized and blamed for loss against Australia due to his own form saying the simple fact is that we are unable to produce quality players which is the main concern.Miandad said Misbah is not the problem in the current situation. “Our players are able to play well in one game and then flop in the next three games.Misbah used to score and bring Pakistan out of trouble in the past but

Nadal recovering satisfactorily from appendicitis

Rafa Nadal is recovering satisfactorily from appendicitis and will continue a course of antibiotics in a bid to be fit for the remainder of the 2014 season, the world number two s spokesman said on Thursday.Nadal returned to the court for the first time since Wimbledon last week in Beijing before he was diagnosed with appendicitis ahead of the Shanghai Masters.He was able to play his second-round opening match against Spanish compatriot Feliciano Lopez on Wednesday but lost 6-3 7-6 before returning to Spain for

Athletics: Pearson wins ‘The Don’ award in Australia

MELBOURNE: Olympic hurdles champion Sally Pearson has been crowned Australia’s most inspirational athlete of the past 12 months.Pearson, 28, claimed her second “The Don” award at a function in Melbourne late Thursday, a prize named in honour of the Australia Hall of Fame’s inaugural inductee and cricket immortal Don Bradman.She beat a shortlist of stars that included Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo, tennis teenager Nick Kyrgios and Test fast bowler Mitchell Johnson.“I couldn’t even believe I was

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