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Stanislas Wawrinka, The Boss

Monday 6 January '14

Top seed pulls off seemingly impossible winners against Roger-Vasselin on way to title triumph.
Stanislas Wawrinka: Minus weapon, still an assasin

Sunday 5 January '14

Pospisil was happier counting his unforced errors than letting Wawrinka unleash his weapon.
Fast-mover's quick progress

Saturday 4 January '14

Pospisil, who had a breakout year in 2013, makes short work of Bhambri to make semis in Chennai.
All or nothing for Ramkumar Ramanathan

Friday 3 January '14

19-year-old qualifier shows guts, attitude and style even in 6-2 6-4 defeat to World No. 38.
Breaking bad for Benjamin Becker

Thursday 2 January '14

Rain interrupts play and German's form as top seed Wawrinka wins 6-3, 6-1.
Yuki Bhambri sails over high hurdle

Wednesday 1 January '14

Indian, ranked 195 in the world, beats world No 64 Spaniard in first round of Chennai Open.
A hard court lesson for Kyle Edmund

Tuesday 31 December '13

Kyle Edmund does not play like the 376th ranked tennis player in the world.
Lose-win scenario in Chennai

Monday 30 December '13

Early losers have gone on to have a good year; Will Wawrinka have his cake and eat it too?
Kirsten's template ignored

Thursday 26 December '13

Few doubt the first sentence. But few since Kirsten have done what it takes to ensure the second.
Draw? You must be joking

Tuesday 24 December '13

When the Kiwis went into the last over with 10 runs to get with four wickets in hand, the cricket world applauded.
Haddin makes his own luck

Saturday 7 December '13

For a man whose entire cricketing life has been a second chance, there couldn’t have been a better answer.
Sachin Tendulkar - The face that sold

Sunday 17 November '13

From showing him as a young icon to bidding him adieu, ads have charted his cricket life.
Ravichandran Ashwin's all-round promise

Monday 11 November '13

After 17 Tests, Ashwin's figures compare favourably with Botham, Kallis and Kapil.
Transition nearly complete

Sunday 10 November '13

Pujara, Dhawan, Vijay, Kohli and Rohit have shown that they have the temperament to replace greats.
At Eden Gardens, ‘Shami, Shami’ takes over from ‘Sachin, Sachin’

Saturday 9 November '13

Mohammed Shami’s 9/118 is best by Indian pacer on debut.
At Eden Gardens, 'Shami, Shami' takes over from 'Sachin, Sachin'

Saturday 9 November '13

Mohammed Shami’s 9/118 is best by Indian pacer on debut
A quick send-off

Saturday 9 November '13

Tendulkar's Eden parade, 1st Test over in three days Shami's 5/47 (9/118) register innings win.
At Eden Gardens, 'Shami, Shami' takes over from 'Sachin, Sachin'

Friday 8 November '13

With a breathtaking display of reverse swing bowling, Shami scissored through WI batting order.
The turning point: Rohit Sharma shines in his first Test innings

Friday 8 November '13

By stumps on Day Two, India not only had its hemorrhage clotted, but also flaunted a 120-run lead.
Farewell off to dream start

Thursday 7 November '13

India, led by debutant Mohammed Shami's 4 for 71, bowl out Windies for 234 on Day One.

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