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Team India players in Chennai for training camp

July 16: Led by Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the Indian cricket team has begun assembling in Chennai for the two-day training camp prior to the tour of Sri Lanka. While Dhoni, the Team India captain reached early in the morning, five players Virender Sehwag, Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli, and Irfan Pathan together with Zaheer Khan were in the city on Sunday afternoon.

The other players are anticipated to reach the Tamil Nadu capital by Sunday night. The training camp which will cover a period of two days will commence from Monday at 2:30pm.

The Indian squad will take part in five One-day internationals and a one-off Twenty20 international all through the tour, commencing on 21st July. The Indian squad will play the T20 match on 7th August which will be the concluding game of the forthcoming Indian tour of Sri Lanka.

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Unbeaten double century by Tendulkar

February 24: Sachin Tendulkar, India’s most successful batsman in all versions of the game scored a historic two hundred in the second one day game of the ongoing series against South Africa that will feature three matches. Sachin Tendular became the first cricketer in the history of the one-day version of the game to score a double ton.

Sachin played some scintillating shots all over the ground at the Roop Chand Singh cricket arena at Gwalior where a jam packed stadium witnessed history being created in the one day format of cricket. Playing a stellar knock that was marked by some classic shots, the master blaster of Indian cricket scored an unbeaten 200.


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Paes-Dlouhy pair enters US Open second round

September 3: India's Leander Paes playing with his Czech team mate Lukas Dlouhy entered the second round of the US Open men's doubles contest with a victory over their rival pair of Victor Hanescue and Grabriel Trifu in the opening round of the US Open Tennis competition.

The fourth ranked Indo-Czech duo vanquished their opponents 7-6 (11), 7-6 (4).

Montreal Masters victors Mahesh Bhupathi along with Bahmaian Knowles are yet to commence their fight against the American-Croatian pair of James Cerretani and Lovro Zovko.


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Sania’s campaign ends in US Open singles

September 3: Sania Mirza's US Open singles challenge faded in the second round with Italian Flavia Pennetta ranked tenth easily beating the Indian tennis star 6-0, 6-0 in a totally one- sided contest at New York on Wednesday.

Sania could not match the power of her rival Pennetta as she registered an overwhelming triumph in the match that lasted for 50 minutes without any resistance from the Indian. Sania committed no less that 28 unforced mistakes in the match that extended to 12 games, in contrast to barely six winning shots, distributed uniformly in both the sets. In the opening game, Sania’s rival broke her service thrice while the Indian tennis celebrity failed to capitalize on the lone break point she got.

In the opening game that lasted for 22 minutes Sania committed 16 unforced mistakes, four times greater in comparison to Pennetta. In the second game, Sania committed 12 unforced mistakes, twice the number committed by Pennetta. Just on two occasions she had an opportunity to break the duck but Sania failed to utilize the game points that came her way in the first and fifth games. On the whole, Pennetta scored 20 winning shots with as many as 13 coming in the second set only.


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Bangladesh to stage 2011 World Cup opening ceremony

September 3: Bangladesh will host the inaugural event of the 2011 Cricket World Cup 17th February with the opening game being played on 19th February in the same nation, the ICC revealed this on Wednesday. The ICC had previously noted that the inaugural ceremony together with the first match of the competition would be played on February 19 in Bangladesh.

Nevertheless the complete match fixture with locations where the games would be staged would be revealed on November 9, it was resolved by the Central Organising Committee (COC) of the cricketing extravaganza that assembled in Mumbai on Wednesday to carry on with arrangements for the contest. The locations where the games would be staged in the three countries that would host the tournament India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka; would be scrutinized in October or November, the COC resolved.

The director of the grand event Ratnakar Shetty observed that the congregation was a fruitful one and the coordinators were functioning at a fast tempo to make it a grand triumph. "This was another productive meeting and we have continued to make real progress. We are operating at full steam ahead for what should be a great event in 2011 and there is a great spirit of cooperation among the hosts and the ICC," he affirmed.

The COC also sanctioned the arrangement strategy along with resources for the tournament. The Finance Committee together with the Board of the ICC would have to evaluate all these topics. The congregation which was presided over by ICC Vice-President Sharad Pawar was graced by the presence of ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat and participants of the three nations that would host the World Cup.



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