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Murray rules the world after humbling of Djokovic
 
LONDON: His season had already provided several unforgettable chapters but Andy Murray saved the best to last as he eclipsed Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-4 to claim his first ATP World Tour Finals title and rubberstamp the year-end top ranking on Sunday. Against a man who has so often been his nemesis, Britain's golden boy Murray produced a relentless display to claim a ninth title of a year which included a second Wimbledon crown and Olympic gold in Rio.

S Africa win by 177 runs to extend Aussies' losing streak
 
PERTH: Emerging paceman Kagiso Rabada took five wickets as South Africa won by 177 runs here to hand Australia a rare defeat in the first home cricket Test of their season today. Set a huge victory target of 539, Australia were dismissed in their second innings for 361 on the final day as they succumbed to their fourth straight Test defeat.

S Africa win by 177 runs to extend Aussies' losing streak
 
PERTH: Emerging paceman Kagiso Rabada took five wickets as South Africa won by 177 runs here to hand Australia a rare defeat in the first home cricket Test of their season today. Set a huge victory target of 539, Australia were dismissed in their second innings for 361 on the final day as they succumbed to their fourth straight Test defeat.

Messi reaches 500-goal mark, Bale keeps Madrid top
 
MADRID: Lionel Messi, with his 500th Barcelona goal, and Luis Suarez saved the Spanish champions from a second defeat in six days as they came from behind to win 2-1 at Sevilla. Victory yesterday keeps Barca just two points adrift of Real Madrid, who were 3-0 victors over Leganes thanks to a double from Gareth Bale. Madrid also announced that Cristiano Ronaldo will extend his contract with the European champions until 2021 today.

NZ says business as usual despite India tour cancellation report
 
WELLINGTON: New Zealand are preparing for the third test against India as scheduled despite a local media report that the remainder of the tour has been cancelled by the Indian cricket board due to financial problems. The Indian Express newspaper quoted an unnamed official from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as saying the board's bank accounts had been frozen after a recommendation by the Lodha Committee, a court-appointed panel set up to look into its operations.

Disheartened at lack of support for Aditi Ashok: WGAI Chief
 
NEW DELHI: Disheartened by the lack of support for Aditi Ashok during the Rio Olympics, Women Golf Association of India (WGAI) president Kavita Singh today appealed to the central government to nurture talents from across the country keeping the Tokyo Olympics in mind. Aditi became the first Indian and youngest women golfer in the world to compete at the Rio Olympics.

Afridi, Ajmal call for bilateral cricket with India
 
LAHORE: Pakistan's cricketers have batted for peaceful relations and resumption of bilateral cricket ties with India despite the escalation of tensions between the two nations following the Uri terror attack. Shahid Afridi and Saeed Ajmal noted that in the past cricket had helped reduce tensions and normalise relations between the two countries.

Don't put India,Pak in same group of intl tournaments:BCCI to ICC
 
MUMBAI: With the bilateral relations deteriorating, BCCI today decided that India will avoid playing Pakistan even in the multi-nation tournaments and asked the ICC not to place the teams of the two countries in the same group in the future.

Ashwin takes six as India savour big win in 500th Test
 
KANPUR: India notched up a mammoth 197-run win in their historic 500th cricket Test to assert their supremacy in home conditions, bowling out New Zealand for 236 to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series here Monday. After setting the Kiwis a rather improbable target of 434, the Indian bowlers, especially senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (6/132), revelled in home conditions to rip through the visiting team's line-up with more than a session to spare.

Ashwin is a priceless cricketer: Kohli
 
KANPUR: Effusive in his praise for Ravinchandran Ashwin, Indian captain Virat Kohli today said the off-spinner is a "priceless" cricketer to have in the team having contributed with both bat and ball in the massive win over New Zealand in the opening Test here.


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