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Laxman and Bhajji hold the fort: First Test against Kiwis peters to a draw

The first Test match between the Black Caps and India petered out to a tame draw.The great escape was engineered by two intrepid saviours,VVS Laxman and Harbhajan Singh. The New Zealanders would surely have hoped to end the Indian innings

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Posted in cricket, India, sports

The IPL Mess: BCCI twists and turns its way out!

The twists and turns in the sordid IPL drama get hairier, by the day! BCCI’s Srinivasan has filed an FIR in Chennai against Lalit Modi accusing him of defrauding the BCCI to the tune of Rs. 470 crores. Readers might

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Posted in cricket, India, mumbai, News, politics, sports

2010 US Open:Captioning The Captured!

Highlights from the 2010 US Open. Some from the sidelines, some from the action. Capturing the moods , captioning the moods! The only time Nadal appears vulnerable on court is when he’s prone! Unfortunately, for his opponents, he’s prone after

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Posted in fun, humor, sports, Tennis

Mumbai First For Meter Jam

Image by john curley via Flickr In this age where dysfunctional behaviour is winked at, it is refreshing to note that the organizers of the Meter Jam campaign have taken another step forward by adding an offline component to their

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Posted in blogging, India, mumbai, Stories

Llodra slips a mickey to a doubting Tomas

Ha! Ha! Ha!

Serve and volley? Ha!Ha! Ha! Serve and volley is dead!

Net play? Ha!Ha!Ha!

Are you nuts?

A woman coach? Amelie Mauresmo? Ha! Ha! Ha! You must be crazy!

These are the kinds of barbs , taunts, scorn and scathing attack you would think that Michaël Llodra could have endured when he decided to makeover his game.

Changing your game plan is never easy. Remolding and remodeling it is even harder, especially late in your career.

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Posted in sports, Tennis

Four Reasons Why It Could Be Federer All The Way At Flushing Meadows

The Poached Egg
The hiring of Paul Annacone as coach appears a masterstroke in hindsight. Federer’s results since have taken an upward trajectory.

He has reached two consecutive finals: The Rogers Cup and Cincinatti Masters, winning one. A new resilience and a willingness to slug it out with the best of them exemplify Federer’s ascendant star. He expects no easy wins and is willing to stay the course. This was so not the case earlier when Federer’s opponents were overawed by his reputation and gifted away easy victories.

The mortality of Federer has unlocked a new stream of consciousness in his opponents that there is life in professional tennis despite his looming presence.

As to how Annacone has added luster to Federer’s glory, the answer is still in the realm of speculation.

Roger, what is it? Is it validation? Is it motivation? Is it technical? Or is he a trophy coach?

Either way, Annacone is there to egg Federer on to his sixth US Open title.

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Posted in fun, humor, satire, sports, Tennis

Yuvraj Singh: What a boy!

Yuvraj Singh now has a brand new sobriquet ‘ Water Boy’. No, it’s not a reference to the movie of the same name starring Adam Sandler.

A few inebriated fans at the 3rd Test Match between India and Sri Lanka decided that they were not quite ‘having a ball’ imbibing various liquors,the cricket was not entertaining enough and hence decided to vent their spleen on the players and cricketing officials.

Yuvraj Singh was the target of their ire; ‘water boy’ was the insult they came up with when he was doing 12th man duties for the Indian team.

Yuvraj Singh, however, was not one to take it lying down and decided to retaliate in kind.

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Posted in cricket, fun, humor, satire, sports
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