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India's Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot during their ICC Cricket World Cup group B match against England in Bangalore. (Reuters)
BANGALORE: India and England set alight the World Cup on Sunday after a record-breaking run-feast ended with a dramatic tie off the last ball on Sunday.
BLACKSBURG, Virginia: Terrell Bell scored 12 points, including five straight to give Virginia Tech the lead for good, and the Hokies beat No. 1 Duke 64-60 on Saturday night.
AVONDALE, Arizona: Kyle Busch became the first driver in a national NASCAR race to win wire-to-wire in nearly eight years.
LONDON: Substitute Obafemi Martins pounced on an 89th-minute defensive blunder to give Birmingham City a 2-1 upset win over Arsenal in a dramatic League Cup final on Sunday.
MADRID: Real Madrid drew 0-0 at Deportivo La Coruna to slip seven points behind leader Barcelona, which shook off the absence of key players and a recent dip in form to beat Mallorca 3-0 and secure a firm grip on the Spanish league on Saturday.
Webb claims HSBC Women’s Champions
SINGAPORE: Australia’s Karrie Webb used four straight birdies on the back nine Sunday to surge past Japan’s Chie Arimura for a one-shot victory at the HSBC Women’s Champions.
Zimbabwe expects cakewalk against Canada
NEW DELHI: Zimbabwe will seek to cash in on Canada's inexperience in Monday's Group A battle featuring the whipping boys of the World Cup.
Hungry Dutch senses West Indian vulnerabilities
NEW DELHI: A depleted West Indies look vulnerable in Monday's match against the Netherlands, who will be hoping to create the first upset of the World Cup that they threatened to pull off against England on Tuesday.
Kaymer, Donald face off in Match Play final
MARANA, Arizona: Germany’s Martin Kaymer reached the final of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship on Saturday to ensure he will take over as world No. 1 when the new rankings are issued on Monday.
Udinese buries Palermo in 7-goal romp
ROME: Udinese moved within one point of a Champions League spot with a 7-0 rout of nine-man Palermo on Sunday in the Italian league.
Martin, Budinger fire Rockets past Nets
HOUSTON: Kevin Martin scored 30 points, Chase Budinger added 27 and Houston beat the New Jersey Nets 123-108 on Saturday night in the Rockets’ first game since trading away Shane Battier and Aaron Brooks.
Afridi wants favorite tag for Pakistan
COLOMBO: Buoyed by an 11-run victory over co-host Sri Lanka, Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi reckons his side are now firmly among the title contenders at the World Cup.
Painters stop Bolts for franchise-first 2-0 start
MANILA: Sol Mercado saw up close and personal how his former team Rain or Shine survived a close game against Derby Ace.
Pakistan suffers Misbah scare
COLOMBO: As his teammates rested after their morale-boosting World Cup triumph over Sri Lanka here at the R Premadasa Stadium on Saturday night, vice-captain Misbah-ul-Haq headed to a local hospital Sunday afternoon to undergo tests for a suspected hamstring injury.
India not likely to play 2 spinners vs. England
BANGALORE: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says he plans to unleash three pace bowlers against England in Sunday's World Cup clash, despite the temptation to use an extra spinner instead.
Martin Kaymer is a match away from No. 1 ranking
MARANA, Arizona: Martin Kaymer of Germany is one match from claiming the No. 1 ranking.
Zvonareva beats Wozniacki in Doha final
DOHA: Vera Zvonareva denied Caroline Wozniacki a Middle East double by winning their Qatar Ladies Open final 6-4, 6-4 on Saturday.
India coach Houghton denies making racist remark
NEW DELHI: India's national team coach Bob Houghton has denied reports that he made a racist remark to a match official after the country's soccer federation said it was seeking legal advice over the matter.
Hernandez double fires Man Utd four points clear
LONDON: Striker Javier Hernandez's double helped move Manchester United four points clear at the top of the Premier League with a 4-0 win at Wigan Athletic on Saturday.
Tampa Bay stops New Jersey's win streak
TAMPA, Florida: Martin St. Louis and Simon Gagne scored early second-period goals as Tampa Bay beat New Jersey 2-1 in the NHL on Friday, ending the Devils' eight-game winning streak.
Anthony scores 27 but Knicks lose to Cavs
CLEVELAND: Carmelo Anthony scored 27 points but missed a key free throw late in the game as the New York Knicks were beaten 115-109 by the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA on Friday.
Pakistan faces crunch game against Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: As Pakistan prepared for their crunch Group A game against Sri Lanka here at the R Premadasa Stadium on Friday, questions were being asked whether they will be able to tackle the ‘M-factor’ to keep intact their unblemished World Cup record against the co-hosts.
Pakistan's Hameed banned and fined
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Cricket Board has banned and fined batsman Yasir Hameed for his comments on match fixing. PCB spokesman Nadeem Sarwar says Hameed has been banned from playing in the ongoing domestic first class Pentangular Cup and the Twenty20 tournament to be played after the World Cup.
Dwayne Bravo ruled out of World Cup
NEW DELHI: A West Indies team spokesman says all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has been ruled out of the World Cup by the left knee injury he sustained in his side's seven-wicket loss to South Africa.
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Everything's looking rosy thanks to Flower, says Broad
BANGALORE: England have been playing a new brand of cricket under coach Andy Flower which has put them on course to win their first ever World Cup, according to pace bowler Stuart Broad.
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Douthit dazzles in Smart-Gilas’ PBA debut
MANILA: Marcus Douthit’s first-ever PBA game turned out to be a big bang.
Either Man United or Arsenal for the title: Ferguson
LONDON: Only Manchester United or Arsenal can win this season's Premier League title, United manager Alex Ferguson said on Friday, four days before his side face champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
No blockbusters but plenty of deals as trade window closes
NEW YORK: The NBA’s trade window closed with a flurry of activity on Thursday, with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder and Charlotte Bobcats all swinging a pair of deals. The trade deadline did not produce the type of blockbuster deal that generated the massive buzz Carmelo Anthony did with his move from Denver to the New York Knicks or Deron Williams’ jump from Utah to New Jersey on Wednesday.
Douthit dazzles in Smart-Gilas’ PBA debut
MANILA: Marcus Douthit’s first-ever PBA game turned out to be a big bang.
Either Man United or Arsenal for the title: Ferguson
LONDON: Only Manchester United or Arsenal can win this season's Premier League title, United manager Alex Ferguson said on Friday, four days before his side face champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Lessons for India from the first win
MUMBAI: The competition in the 2011 World Cup is hotting up, with the minnows playing their they-also-serve role quite significantly. The tournament could not have got off to a better start than with the co-hosts India and Bangladesh clashing at the jam-packed stadium at Mirpur in Dhaka.
Arsenal beats Stoke 1-0 in Premier League
LONDON: Sebastien Squillaci's early goal gave Arsenal a 1-0 win over Stoke to move within one point of Premier League leader Manchester United on Wednesday.
Marleau lifts Sharks to 3-2 OT win over Penguins
PITTSBURGH: Patrick Marleau scored his second goal of the game at 4:56 of overtime to extend the San Jose Sharks' winning streak to five games with a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday.
Woods, Poulter and Stricker go out on wild day
MARANA, Arizona: Tiger Woods, Steve Stricker and holder Ian Poulter made early exits as the opening round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship lived up to its reputation of wild unpredictability on Wednesday.
Anthony has 27, Knicks beat Bucks in his NY debut
NEW YORK: Carmelo Anthony had 27 points and 10 rebounds, hitting a pair of vital baskets in front of a crowd that cheered his every move as New York beat the Milwaukee Bucks 114-108 on Wednesday in his Knicks debut.
Box hit television not my bat, explains Ponting
NAGPUR: Ricky Ponting was still amused on Thursday at the furor he caused after his flying groin protector damaged a television in the Australian team's dressing room during a World Cup match.
Aces come up trumps against Powerade
MANILA: The final score implied Alaska had an easy time. Coach Tim Cone felt no part of the game against Powerade was effortless.
Ecclesstone waives Bahrain’s cancelation fees
LONDON: Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone will not charge organizers of the Bahrain Grand Prix cancelation fees for calling off the season-opening event.
Coyotes outlast Flyers in OT
PHILADELPHIA: Shane Doan scored an overtime power-play goal as the Phoenix Coyotes won their eighth straight game by beating the Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Tuesday.
Berdych clips Davydenko in Dubai
DUBAI:  Third-seeded Tomas Berdych reached the quarterfinals of the Dubai Championships on Wednesday, overcoming a gritty challenge from former No. 3-ranked Nikolay Davydenko 6-3, 7-6 (5).
Win or go home in fickle Match Play
MARANA, Arizona: Nestled in rugged mountain foothills heavily dotted by saguaro cactus, The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club could double as a Western movie set.
Real left frustrated by draw at Lyon
MADRID: Real Madrid’s 1-1 Champions League draw at Olympique Lyon on Tuesday went some way toward ending their jinx against the French club but the players were frustrated at their failure to secure a decisive victory.
Indian state to charge ICC for players' security
NEW DELHI: The government of the western Indian state of Maharashtra has asked the International Cricket Council to pay for the extra security it has requested for players at World Cup matches in Mumbai and Nagpur, a top official said Tuesday.
Pakistan fielding topside against Kenya
HAMBANTOTA, Sri Lanka: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi is determined to avoid any early upsets in the World Cup and will field his strongest team in its opening Group A match against Kenya.
West Ham routs Burnley to reach FA Cup quarters
LONDON: Carlton Cole scored twice in three minutes Monday to help West Ham rout Burnley 5-1 and reach the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.
Toews, Kane help Blackhawks beat Blues
ST. LOUIS: Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane led a four-goal second period with a goal and assist each, and goalie Corey Crawford had a strong game for the second straight day as the Chicago Blackhawks beat the St. Louis Blues 5-3 on Monday.
Federer, Djokovic advance to 2nd round in Dubai
DUBAI: Roger Federer won his first match since losing in the Australian Open semifinals by comfortably beating Indian wild card Somdev Devvarman 6-3, 6-3 in the first round of the Dubai Championships on Tuesday.
Isner makes early exit at Delray Beach
DELRAY BEACH, Florida: Fourth-seeded John Isner was bundled out of the Delray Beach Tennis Championships in the first round Monday after a 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (13) loss to 76th-ranked Teymuraz Gabashvili of Russia.
Reliving the Cricket World Cups (1975-2007)
With the cricketing extravaganza in the air and to reach where it is now, it had to pass through various phases. From its nascent stage, in 1975, when critics and pessimists were still debating its viability, to 1992, when the event donned a new colourful look, the World Cup has developed at a rapid pace. Number of teams increased and with every passing edition, there were more stories to tell: of failures, of successes, trials and tribulations… But, if you haven’t followed it all, or would like to relive these moments, just read on…for we bring you the past here in a nutshell.
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 Steelers QB Batch: Labor negotiations going well
WASHINGTON: At least one person participating in the federally mediated NFL labor negotiations was willing to say something — anything — about how he felt after more than 25 hours of meetings over four days.
Jayhawks romp past Cowboys 92-65
LAWRENCE, Kansas: Marcus Morris had 27 points and No. 3 Kansas brushed off the suspension of point guard Tyshawn Taylor, romping past Oklahoma State 92-65 on Monday night.
Spot fixing affair behind us, says Pakistan
HAMBANTOTA, Sri Lanka: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis dismissed any idea on Monday that his team would let the recent spot-fixing case affect its World Cup campaign when it opens against Kenya this week.
England gambles on Pietersen for opener
NAGPUR: England takes on the Netherlands in the teams' World Cup opener on Tuesday with a bold selection suggesting it may finally be getting to grips with the demands of one-day cricket.
UEFA bans Milan's Gattuso 4 matches for headbutt
NYON: AC Milan midfielder Gennaro Gattuso was banned by UEFA for four matches on Monday after he headbutted a Tottenham coach at a Champions League match.
Duke routs Georgia Tech, boosts likely return to No. 1
DURHAM, North Carolina: Nolan Smith scored 28 points and No. 5 Duke made its case to return to the top of the national rankings by routing Georgia Tech 79-57 on Sunday night.
Baddeley ends title drought with Riviera victory
PACIFIC PALISADES, California: Australian Aaron Baddeley ended a four-year title drought on the PGA Tour with a gritty two-shot victory at the Northern Trust Open on Sunday.
Real look to Mourinho magic to end Lyon jinx
LYON: Jose Mourinho ended Chelsea's half a century wait for an English title, he brought European Cup glory back to Inter Milan after 45 years and now he battles Olympique Lyon's mesmeric hold over mighty Real Madrid.
Faltering Chelsea in need of lift in Copenhagen
COPENHAGEN: The one positive from Chelsea's FA Cup defeat by Everton on penalties is that Carlo Ancelotti's faltering side can now focus solely on the trophy that has proved agonizingly elusive in recent years.
New Zealand crushes hapless Kenya
CHENNAI: New Zealand thumped Kenya by 10 wickets in a lop-sided Group A match of the World Cup on Sunday that appears to justify bids to trim the 2015 edition of the showpiece event by leaving out the whipping boys. The sparse crowd at the MA Chidambaram Stadium witnessed a total mis-match as New Zealand.
Fast bowlers ready to outwit batsmen with reverse swing
MUMBAI: The mystifying art of swinging the ball in an unconventional way to bamboozle batsmen will be in huge demand on the placid pitches of the subcontinent during the Cricket World Cup.
Man City romps to 5-0 FA Cup victory
LONDON: Manchester City scored three times in the closing minutes as England’s richest club beat the country’s oldest league club Notts County 5-0 in an FA Cup fourth-round replay on Sunday.
Wozniacki wraps up 13th title in Dubai
DUBAI: Caroline Wozniacki took just 75 minutes to defeat 16th seeded Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-1, 6-3 in the final of the Dubai Championships on Sunday.
Baddeley grabs Northern Trust Open lead
LOS ANGELES: Aaron Baddeley played with composure through the rain and cold Saturday to post a 4-under 67 at the Northern Trust Open, taking a one-shot lead over Fred Couples and Kevin Na going into the final round.
Aussies look to raw pace to rise from Ashes
MUMBAI: Australia will unleash their hungry pacemen against Zimbabwe in their World Cup opener on Monday in the first step to re-establish themselves as the undisputed dominant force in the one-day game.
Chowrasia claims Avantha Masters
NEW DELHI: Shiv Shankar Prasad Chowrasia of India endured a nervous one-hour wait to win his second professional tournament after setting the clubhouse target of 15-under 273 at the Avantha Masters at the DLF Golf and Country Club Sunday.
Sri Lanka taking World Cup step by step
HAMBANTOTA, Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka will take its World Cup campaign step by step as it tries to cope with the weight of expectation as co-host, according to captain Kumar Sangakkara. Sri Lanka's bid to win the world title for a second time starts on Sunday against Canada in Group A, which also features three-time reigning champion Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Zimbabwe and Kenya.
Larrazabal clubhouse leader in Avantha Masters
NEW DELHI: Pablo Larrazabal of Spain eagled the 18th hole in fading light to take the clubhouse lead of the third round in the Avantha Masters on Saturday.
Target Guys lifts TCF Shifa Champions Trophy
JEDDAH: Target Guys defeated Al Jazeera Ford by seven wickets to lift the TCF Champions Trophy for the first time at Baghdadiya grounds here recently.
Everton ends Chelsea's dreams of FA Cup treble
LONDON: Phil Neville scored the decisive spot kick to give Everton a 4-3 penalty shootout win over holders Chelsea after their FA Cup fourth-round replay ended in a 1-1 draw after extra time at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Wozniacki to play Kuznetsova in Dubai final
DUBAI: Caroline Wozniacki reached the final of the Dubai tennis championships by beating Serbian sixth seed Jelena Jankovic 7-5, 6-3 on Saturday.
Rodgers blazes to 60m victory in Birmingham
BIRMINGHAM: American sprinter Michael Rodgers ran a personal best to win the 60 meters and Britain's Mo Farah broke the European 5000 record at the Birmingham Indoors on Saturday.
Kenya warns of more upsets
CHENNAI: Kenya coach Eldine Baptiste has warned the likes of defending champion Australia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka that the African nation is ready to spring a few upsets at the World Cup.
Nasr, Hilal to clash in Crown Prince Cup semifinal
JEDDAH: Al- Nasr and Al-Hilal set up a semifinal clash after beating their quarterfinal opponents in the Crown Prince Cup football tournament. The big match is set for March 10 in Riyadh.
Vettel tops Alonso in F1 testing at Barcelona
BARCELONA: Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull was quickest on the first day of Formula One's penultimate testing session before the start of the new season.
Keitany smashes world half marathon record
DUBAI: Kenyan Mary Keitany smashed the women's world half marathon record by 35 seconds in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, on Friday.
Tendulkar gears up at a shot for elusive World Cup
DHAKA: India's star batsman Sachin Tendulkar is heading into a record sixth World Cup, still looking for an elusive title victory to cap his outstanding career.
Cabrera-Bello sets pace at Avantha Masters
NEW DELHI: Rafael Cabrera-Bello was glad he had kept a spare driver handy when he carded a three-under-par 69 in the second round to take the clubhouse lead at the Avantha Masters on Friday.
Afridi wants improvement from his team
COLOMBO: Under normal circumstances, Shahid Afridi would have been elated over the fact that his under-rated team has begun the World Cup with two impressive wins including an 11-run victory over co-hosts Sri Lanka.
Bologna beats Juventus 2-0 in Serie A
ROME: Bologna continued its rise up the Serie A table with a 2-0 win away against Juventus on Saturday.
Afridi, Misbah guide Pakistan to thrilling win
COLOMBO: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi grabbed 4-34 as Pakistan recorded a nervy 11-run win over co-host and favorite Sri Lanka in the World Cup on Saturday. Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan scored successive World Cup half centuries in a challenging Pakistan total of 277-7 in the Group A match.
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Arimura leads Webb by 1 stroke after 3rd round
SINGAPORE: Japan's Chie Arimura shot a 1-under 71 to maintain a one-stroke lead over Australia's Karrie Webb after the third round of the HSBC Women's Champions on Saturday.
Wales beats Italy 24-16 in Six Nations
ROME: Wales made it two wins from three in Six Nations rugby by holding off Italy 24-16 in an error-strewn match at Stadio Flaminio on Saturday. Wales was matched by Italy in the try count with two each, and recalled flyhalf Stephen Jones made the difference with his boot, kicking over four of five attempts.
Djokovic beats Federer for Dubai title
DUBAI: Defending champion Novak Djokovic won his third consecutive title at the Dubai championships when he defeated top seed Roger Federer 6-3 6-3 in just 71 minutes on Saturday.
Australia eases to 7-wicket World Cup win over NZ
NAGPUR: Openers Shane Watson and Brad Haddin hit half centuries to take World Cup holder Australia to a resounding seven-wicket win over New Zealand on Friday.
Bangladesh beats Ireland by 27 runs
MIRPUR, Bangladesh: Pace bowler Shafiul Islam claimed four wickets while skipper Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Ashraful took two apiece to steer Bangladesh to a 27-run win over Ireland in their World Cup match in Group B on Friday.
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Beckham returns to LA Galaxy
CARSON, California: David Beckham said he was in great shape after reporting to the Los Angeles Galaxy's training camp on Thursday, two weeks late following an extended stay to train with Tottenham.
Federer, Djokovic set up Dubai showdown
DUBAI: Roger Federer will face Novak Djokovic in the final of the Dubai Championships after continuing his dominance over Richard Gasquet with a 6-2, 7-5 victory Friday. Djokovic earlier beat a hobbling Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic, who retired with the score 6-7 (5), 6-2, 4-2.
New-look Nuggets down Celtics
DENVER: Integrating five new players offensively will take time for the Denver Nuggets. Defense? That came right away.
Liverpool, Rangers make Europa League's last 16
LONDON: British sides Liverpool and Rangers grabbed late goals to sneak into the last 16 of the Europa League on Thursday, while Villarreal eliminated Napoli to end Italian representation in the competition.
Seeds Westwood, Mickelson, McIlroy get door
MARANA, Arizona: Upsets and heavy defeats dominated the menu as top seed Lee Westwood, fourth seed Phil Mickelson and seventh-ranked Rory McIlroy tumbled out of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship on Thursday.
De Villiers ton leads SAfrica to easy win
NEW DELHI: AB de Villiers hit a rapid century to back up a promising performance from South Africa's spinners as the Proteas cruised to a seven-wicket win over West Indies at the World Cup on Thursday. De Villiers' lifted his team from 20-2 with his unbeaten 107 from 105 balls, sharing a 119-run partnership with skipper Graeme Smith (45).
Marseille draws with Man United
MARSEILLE: Marseille and Manchester United canceled each out in a closely contested match of few chances on Wednesday, drawing 0-0 in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Federer, Berdych, Djokovic in Dubai semifinals
DUBAI: Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, winners of six of the previous eight Dubai Championships, remained on course to meet in the final with straight-sets quarterfinal wins on Thursday.
Australia with most on the line ahead of New Zealand match
NAGPUR: Australia has more to lose than New Zealand when it plays its near rival in the World Cup on Friday.
Afridi throttles Kenya as Pakistan romps home
HAMBANTOTA, Sri Lanka: Shahid Afridi took his maiden five-wicket World Cup haul as Pakistan crushed sloppy Kenya by 205 runs in a one-sided Group A match played on Wednesday.
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No Melo, no problem as Nuggets thump Grizzlies
DENVER: For one night, the Denver Nuggets didn’t need Carmelo Anthony , Chauncey Billups or any of their new acquisitions. J.R. Smith’s 26 points helped short-handed Denver beat the Memphis Grizzlies 120-107 on Tuesday, only hours after the Nuggets finalized a blockbuster deal that sent Anthony and Billups to the New York Knicks.
England squeezes past Netherlands in opener
NAGPUR: England's batsmen kept their nerve to take their team to a six-wicket win over the Netherlands on Tuesday and narrowly avoid a major humiliation at the World Cup. Ryan ten Doeschate had hit a career-high 119 to lead the unfavored Dutch to 292-6 but opener Andrew Strauss gave his team a platform with 88 from 83 balls, equaling the highest score by an England captain at a World Cup.
Done deal: Anthony to join Knicks
NEW YORK: The New York Knicks beat out the rival New Jersey Nets to win the Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes by agreeing to a trade with the Denver Nuggets on Monday, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.
Messi strikes late to rescue nervous Barcelona
MADRID: Lionel Messi settled Barcelona nerves with a late goal to earn a thrilling 2-1 home victory over Athletic Bilbao in La Liga on Sunday, ending a turbulent week for the Catalans on a positive note.
Kobe Bryant wins 4th MVP in West’s NBA All-Star win
LOS ANGELES: Kobe Bryant scored 37 points and equaled a record with his fourth All-Star game Most Valuable Player award, leading the Western Conference to a 148-143 victory over the East on Sunday.
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Australian pace trio crushes Zimbabwe
AHMEDABAD: Champions Australia softened up a resolute Zimbabwe with fiery pace and bounce to kick start their World Cup campaign with a resounding 91-run victory on Monday.
Roddick beats Raonic for 30th career title
MEMPHIS, Tennessee: Andy Roddick won the 30th title of his career in his 50th final Sunday, finishing off a thrilling 7-6 (7), 6-7 (11), 7-5 victory over Canadian Milos Raonic in the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships.
Flames blank Canadiens 4-0
CALGARY, Alberta: Rene Bourque scored two goals and Miikka Kiprusoff stopped 39 shots as the Calgary Flames beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-0 Sunday in the Heritage Classic outdoors game at McMahon Stadium.
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