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Devvarman close to his peak 2010 levels, says coach

Monday 26 August '13

Somdev Devvarman’s main draw spot in the United States Open has not come without some hiccups
I'm definitely looking for a good close to the season: Somdev Devvarman

Monday 26 August '13

Somdev hopes to bring his A game to the US Open, his third slam appearance of the year.
India 5, Indonesia 0

Monday 8 April '13

Having passed on the reverse singles duty to Sanam Singh, Somdev Devvarman was looking forward to a relaxed Sunday. His plan was to have a late breakfast
Leander Paes is the friend who you want to tear apart and kill every day: Somdev

Monday 8 April '13

Devvarman says he enjoys challenge and that it helps to have Paes, Bhupathi on same page as him.
India get the mix right

Sunday 7 April '13

Veteran Paes combines with Sanam Singh to win doubles as hosts take unassailable 3-0 lead
Opening day goes India's way

Saturday 6 April '13

Somdev, Yuki win in straight sets to give hosts a 2-0 lead over Indonesia
Somdev not to speak to AITA committee

Saturday 6 April '13

But Devvarman went ahead to establish a players’ body, Indian Tennis Players’ Association, which will also hear players out during its first general body meeting on Saturday.
Advantage India in draw

Friday 5 April '13

India No.1 Somdev to take on Indonesia's No.2 in the opening Davis Cup rubber
Old boys’ reunion

Thursday 4 April '13

Leander Paes and Somdev Devvarman will play a Cup tie together after 30 months
Bhullar’s late flourish falls three short

Monday 18 March '13

Kapurthala golfer totals 20-under 268 to finish second behind South African Aiken
Aiken’s ‘perfect 10’ puts him on top

Sunday 17 March '13

When Thomas Aiken took to the Jaypee Greens golf course on Saturday, he was lurking in the top-20, four shots off the lead.
Nirat, Wen-chong leave Euro stars in the shade

Saturday 16 March '13

That the two Asian Tour veterans have been waiting for a title for the last six years is one of these.
Phadungsil in five-stroke lead

Friday 15 March '13

When Chinnarat Phadungsil was born, his father nicknamed him Neung which means 'the No. 1' in Thai.
Anirban comes out smiling in photo-finish

Sunday 10 March '13

Anirban Lahiri seems to have a spring in his step every time he approaches the 18th green at the Delhi Golf Club.
Siddikur surges to sole lead

Saturday 9 March '13

After two days of having trouble reading the lines on the greens, Bangladesh’s Siddikur Rehman finally got his bread and butter shot, putting, going for him on Friday
Youngsters show how it’s done

Friday 8 March '13

For someone who got quite intimidated by the narrow fairways of the Delhi Golf Course, Chan (67-68) has been consistent
On first day, rookie Joshi is cut above the rest

Thursday 7 March '13

In his maiden Asian Tour event, Khalin shoots 6-under to grab a share of lead
Back on his home turf, Kapur hopes to end jinx

Wednesday 6 March '13

The $300,000 Asian Tour event is in it’s sixth consecutive edition and Kapur is hoping he can keep his good form going by picking the title here.
Full strength team for Davis Cup

Sunday 24 February '13

After missing out on top players for the last two ties, India is back with a full strength Davis Cup team for the home tie in Bangalore against Indonesia.
Squash’s 2020 bid gets Sachin’s support

Saturday 23 February '13

Squash’s bid to gain entry to the 2020 Olympics received a shot in the arm when Sachin Tendulkar joined the ‘Back The Bid 2020’ campaign on Friday.


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