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Hamilton beats Rosberg to U.S. Grand Prix pole

Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won a qualifying battle with Mercedes team mate and title rival Nico Rosberg on Saturday to seize pole position for the U.S. Grand Prix. Hamilton, 33 points behind the German with four rounds remaining, has won three of the past four races in Austin but had never before managed to seize the top ...

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Pakistan take control of second test v West Indies

Pakistan piled up 452 runs and reduced West Indies to 106 for four to take control of the second test in Abu Dhabi on the second day on Saturday. Captain Misbah-ul-Haq made 96 and Sarfraz Ahmed 56 to lift the hosts to an imposing first-innings total as they bid for a victory that would give them an unassailable 2-0 lead ...

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Kuznetsova wins in Moscow to claim last WTA Finals berth

Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova raced to a 6-2 6-1 victory over Australian Daria Gavrilova to defend her Kremlin Cup title in Moscow on Saturday and secure a place at the season-ending WTA Finals. Kuznetsova was broken in her first service game to fall 2-0 behind but the 31-year-old broke back immediately to claim the first of 10 straight games as she ...

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Younus returns with century as Pakistan dominate West Indies

Younis khan scored 127 as pakistan were 304 for 4 at stumps against west indies on the opening day of second cricket test in abu dhabi. Misbah ul haq was unbeaten on 90 when the stumps were drawn. Earlier, pakistan captain won the toss and elected to bat first. Pakistan lost both openers on 42, azhar ali was bowled out ...

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Pakistan Beat South Korea 1-0 In Their Second Match

Pakistan beat South Korea 1-nil in their second match of ongoing 4th Asian champions trophy hockey tournament at the Malaysian city of Kuantan.   Pakistan played aggressively and continued attacking on korean team and made its maiden goal in last fifteen seconds of the game on a plenty corner. The goal was scored by abdul haseem khan. Pakistan will take ...

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India to trial review system in England tests

India will use the Decision Review System (DRS) on a trial basis in the upcoming five-test series against England to assess improvements made to the technology, the country’s cricket board said on Friday. The influential Indian board (BCCI) has long been a staunch opponent of the DRS system, which aims at reducing umpiring howlers by detecting edges and predicting the ...

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Nadal ends season to recover from left wrist injury

Former world number one Rafael Nadal ended his 2016 early on Thursday in a bid to fully recover from the left wrist injury that has plagued him this year. In a statement the Spanish 14-times gram slam champion said he would play no more tournaments and would instead begin “preparing intensively” for the 2017 season.

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2nd Cricket Test At Abu Dhabi

The Second Cricket Test between Pakistan and West Indies will begins Tomorrow at Sheikh Zaid Stadium in Abu Dhabi. PTV Sports will telecast the match live from 11:00 am. Pakistan Lead the three match series 1-nil. The green shirts won the first test by 56 runs. The Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi is a welcome one for batsmen if ...

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Malaysia Beat Pakistan 4-2 In The Opening Match

Faizal Saari scored twice as host Malaysia stun defending Champions Pakistan 4-2 in the opening match of fourth Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament. Malaysia took the initial lead in the 13th minute of play from their first penalty corner. Pakistan equalised five minutes later as Muhammad Aleem Bilal stunned the Malaysian Goalkeeper with a Stining shot. Bilal was on target ...

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Paralympics chief apologizes to IOC’s Bach over prank call

International Paralympic Committee chief Phil Craven has apologized in a letter to the International Olympic Committee for comments he made about IOC President Thomas Bach during a prank call, a source said on Wednesday. Craven made disparaging comments about Bach and two IOC members this month in a call he thought was with former Olympic track and field champion Edwin ...

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